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GardeD GityflgsteessSoUege. 



HOBBS, WALL & CO. 



It&iftetaNn •[ 




OXES 



AUi KSCDS oy Booas «h HAjm abd tuMw <»psb with rsoMnsoBS. 



314 ^SM^ Sjie ar St., Sun Francisoo. 

I^^HA^ STEMMEfia GUSOENT eiTY and DEL WRTE M Crvsoent GHy 




UMAN, HOOKEB & OO, 

4%1"427 MABBBT ST., San Francisco. 

RICULTURAL IMPLEMEWTS 

R Oim No. 15, 1390 CATALOSUE, (HAILED FREE TO ANY ADDRESS, 



a Ass^iranc e Corporation. 

1 1 Assura nce Co. 
:iaui'aace Co. 



ut Fire Insurance Co. 

IPaciflc Coast firr»ccU» 
%>iit^oiaefy and JSacraniento Sts«« San Frandisco 

«Og£^r DIGK30N, Hffanager. 



iNCORPORATeD 1886. 

can Bridge and Building Co. 

JOHN F. SH5Z.20:sr a HAVdOOjSX 

F<lM-PrA»<^l#»f i^eo'y «eiMi 2W<t<A, 

IMAS THOMSON JOHN P. SHEtDON JNC 0« HAN^M 
OFFICE, — 

No. 9 Mission Street, 

No. 1605. SjAlIST SP£^.&JNrOZSC!0. 



750,C0O 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 

^ riOEWHALL & CO., 

ShippingaiidCommission 

No«. 309-311 SANSOME STREET, 

i.^o\^^3 Sj^nsr CISCO. 



SOLE AGEIVTS 

GUINNESS' EXTRA STOUT, Bull Dog Brand, 

BASS' ALE, Bull Dog Brand, both in Stone and Glass, Robert Por- 
ter & Go's Bottling, 

JOHNSON & GO'S ELEPHANT BRAND ENGLISH 
PORTLAND GEMENT, 

ROHE & BRO, NEW YORK, LARD and LARD OIL, 

NEW LAMBTON GOALS, NEWGASTLE, N. S. W., 

KORNAFUL INDIA TEA, CALGUTTA. 



General Agents for the Pacific Coast of 

NATIONAL ASSURANGE GOMPANY OF IRELAND, 
ATLAS ASSURANGE GOMPANY OF LONDON, 

BOYLSTON INSURANGE GOMPANY OF BOSTON. 




ESS DIRECTORY 



625-631 SIXTH STREET, - - SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 




REFERENCE BOOK 
Not to be taken from the Library 



AGENT FOR THE 

CHAIiMERS-SPENCE CO. 

AXD THE 

UNIVERSAL WIRE - BOUND ASBESTOS 

Boiler-Covering and ^latrrialn. 

ALSO 



IPS, WINDMILLS, 

Horse Powers. 

r PURPOSE, 

IOI\, San Francisco, Cal. 

I. L. MERRELL, 

AGENT FOR 

EED'S ELASTIC 

SECTIONAL 

Non-Conducting Covering 

FOR — 

STEAM SURFACES. 

WIRE BOUND 




BOILER CQVERINQ^ 

l»A'rE.liXKl> KOII.KK-Cl.KA.^'I.^Ci i.iqi 11> € O.m'OI .-^lK 

For the Prevention and Removal of Scale in Steam BoUera and AhIm>mIoh, Htratlfc. 
SO%rSTONE MA»TI€ ltOOFI!VG nnd PAIXT8. 
Office, 789 BKANNAN ST. Branch Office, 6 CALIFORNIA ST 



CALIFOllNlA GAZETTEER 



H. M. NEWHALL & CO., 

ShippingandCommission 



Nas, 309-311 SANSOM 




CALIFORNIANA 
Cl27g 

California. 



Direct 



California state ^ 
and business dii 



SOLE AGEIVTt 

GUINNESS' EXTRA STOUT, Bui 

BASS' ALE, Bull Dog Brand, both in Stone i 

ter & Go's Bottling, 

JOHNSON Sl GO'S ELEPHANT BRA 
PORTLAND CEMENT 

ROHE & BRO, NEW YORK, LARD arid LA 
NEW LAMBTON GOALS, NEWCAt 

KORNAFUL INDIA T^JA, GALCUTTA. 




General Agents for the Pacific Coast of 

NATIONAL ASSURANCE GOMIJANY OF IRELAND, 
ATLAS assurance company of LONDON, 

BOYLSTON INSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON. 



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t-Sdl SIXTH SlIlEET, - - SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




122 
lies, 
ietteen 

'^°'^'|ngines, boilers, pumps, windmills, 

Combined Harvesters, Horse Powers. 

PXniPS FOB. EVEBY PURPOSE, 
Write for Catalogue. BYROIl^ JT ACKSOilf, San Francii^co, Cal. 




I. L MERRELL, 

AGENT FOR 

REED'S ELASTIC 

SECTIONAL 

Non-Conducting Covering 

FOR 

STEAM SURFACES. 

AGENT FOR THE VVIRE BOUND 

CHALMERS-SPENCE CO. 

AND THE 

UNIVERSAL WIRE • BOUND ASBESTOS 
B»ller.€overlns and Materials. 

— — BOILER CQVERIN^ 

l»A'rEJ«TKl> »OII.ER.ei.KAIVir^O I.I<|1^11> < o:viHoi .>1K 

For the I'revention and Removal of Scale in Bteam Boilers ami itHlM>MtOH, Sl«>alit«>. 
SOtPSTONE IHAHTIC KOOFlXCi aiul PAI.NTS. 

Office, 799^ BBANNAN ST. Branch Offlse, 6 CALIFORNIA ST 




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CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC 

R^IL^VAY OO. 




The Only Direct and the Shortest, Quickest and Best Equipped Broad-Gauge 

Road to the Immense 



REDWOOD FORESTS OF SONOMA COUNTY 



And the Beautiful Scenery of the 

RUSSIAN RIVER. 



The Grandeur and Variety of the Views on the Line of this Road are Unsurpa^ 
Every Facihty will he Offered to the 

Invalid, Tourist, Merchant and Sportsman 

IN SEARCH OF HEALTH, PLEASURE OR GAME. 



CAMPING PARTIES 



Will find it to their advantage to select their ground on the line of this road; and 



PICNIC PARTIES 



Ylie Accommodatiouf^ it OflTers Ca,niiot be Surpassed. 



STAGE CONNECTIONS. 



This is the Only Direct Line to SKAGGS' SPRINGS. 
This is the New Line to EUREKA, Humboldt Bay. 
This is the Shortest Line to MENDOCINO CITY. 

This is the Best Equipped and most Comfortable Line to LAKEPORT, BARTLETT SPRINGS and HIGH- 
LAND SPRINGS. 

This is the most Picturesque Line to the WONDERFUL GEYSERS. 
Round-trip Tickets are sold via Cloverdale and Calistoga at Reduced Rates. 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. 

For a pleasant day and a good time in the woods, the fields or on the mountains, go by this route. 



General Office: 410 MISSION STREET. 



— --CEieiAL REFEagNCE' 

NORTH PACIFIC CW RAILlIM 



The Lake Shore Route of California. 



MOST DIRECT ROUTE 



TO 



ALL POINTS ON THE NORTH COAST. 



Stages Leave Ckzadero Daily (Mondays Excepted) for Stewart's 
Point, Gualala, Point Arena, GufFey's Cove, Navaxro, 
Mendocino City and All Points on the North Coast. 



TUe Only Route to the KtMlwoo«l Forests, on the Russian River, where Hunting and Fishing can lit- 
f ound, to the full enjoymentof the most dcToted sportsman. 

Thirty-day Excursion Tickets sold at a reduction of 25 per cent on the regular single fare tariff rates. 
Excursion Round Trip Ticlcets sold on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, good to return on following Mondays. Tu 

€anii> Taylor $1 15 Tomules : ^2 S.'i 

Point Reyes OO How ards 3 50 

t axadero $4 00. 

Excursion Round Trip Tickets sold on Sundays 

€aiui» Taylor $1 50 Toiiiale^s 

Folut Reyes 75 Howards 

Cazadero $3 00. 

Tourists visiting this State cannot find a more beautiful and diversified trip. The steamers leave the ferry slip at 
tiie foot of Market street for Kaiisalito, the only Resort on t'le Bay where good bathing, boating and fishing can 
found. The route from here runs along Richardson's Bay to the base of Mount Tamalpais, one of the most strik- 
. f itures of the Bay of San Francisco. Stopping a^. thd station named after the mountain, the traveler will find 
1 1 ady to take him up to the top of this giant, from which a magnificent view of the Farallone Islands and the 
I < )ce&.n can be had. One mile from this < ou reach Ross ^^tatioii, the starting point for IKoliiias, the most 
i ic little watering place on the Coast. Three miles further you commence to climb White s Hill, and before 
i.; its summit you will have witnessed two such perfect " Horseshoe Bends " that almost convince the traveler 
IS viewing another road than that over which he has just passed. Almost immediately after the descent of 
untain commences, views of the picturesque valley of the Lagunitas greet the eye, and in a few minutes the 
I ■; anxious for the train to stop so that he can throw his line in the rippling waters of the l*ai»er Hill <'reek, 
lie filled with trout. At thirtymiles, or only two hours from the city, you reach i ailip 'I'aylor. where thi- 
. -; > sportsman or city traveler can find rest and refreshment. Three miles from this you reacli Tomloiiia 
"liilioii, where stages are ready to drive you to Oleilia Town, or through Rear Valley, one of the most 
"l autiful in the world, to the Ocean, a distance of six miU-s; five miles from this you reacli l*oiut Reyes .Station, 
where again teams are found waiting to convey you to the site of the New Ht)tel " Inverness, ' whicli will vie with afiy 
ii the Pacific Coast. Almost immediately fronting this hotel is one of tiie finest beaches in the State. .\ short 
1 'Stance from this station the route skirts the Bay of Toiiiiilrs for nearly sixteen miles, whose waters are filled 
V. ith fish and covered with wild fowl. Reaching the top of Tomales Hill y(jn enter the town of that name, the center 
if a prosperous agricultural region. From this station to Valley Foril. distant six and one half miles, the country 
iH entirely devoted to potatoes and grain; thence to Fre<'stone, four and onc-<|uarter miles, where the aroma from 
f he far-famed Redwoods is first detected, but upon arriving at Howards (or Occidentjil, as the Postotfice is still 
r-iUed), distance only three and three-quarter miles, you nre fully impressed witli the wonderful appearance of these 
ht-alth-giving " Giants of the Forests 1" From this station large ijuantities of lumber, bark and wood are shippetl; 
trom this p(9int to Huncan's Hills .Station, a distance of ten miles, splendid salmon and trout fishing, ))oatiug 
I ml bathing are to be had along the banks of the Riissim River; thence along Austin Creek for a distance of seven 
lud a half miles to €a%adero, the present terminus of the road, and one of the loveliest spots in the State, the 
4-liinate being; as soft and mild as that of Southern Franee. ^ 
The Hotels and adjoining cottages all along the route have been thoroughly renovated and fitted up with all mod- 
• : I iin|irovements, and are now being kept by experienced men, who know the vakie and importance of a gt>od table. 



Ticket Office, - SAUSALITO FERRY, Market Street. 
General Office, - 331 PINE STREET, San Francisco. 



!H *> 00 

. *; .")0 



JNO. W. ^V. F. RIFSSELL, F. K. LATHAH, F. U. SHOKHAKER. 

General Manager. Trtiffic Manag^er. Gen. P;i^s. Tkt. A-t. Sii|i. tint. ii(lent. 



4 CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER. 



TRUMAN, HOOKER &. CO. 

421-427 MARKET ST., San Francisco. 




Pia^no Box Brewster Windsor Waggon. 

Our Stock of Vehicles is Second to N^one. We ha e the Largest and Finest Carriage 
Kep sitory on the Pacific. Coast- 




Panel-Back Slat-Se«it Canopy Snrrey. 
CAKTS IN GREAT VARIETY. RANGING in PRICE from $25 to $260. 
AgriciiltiirnI IiiipIeniriitK of Every DeHrripliini. 

Send for our new Illustrated Catalogue Nn. lo. and Prices. Sent Free to any in i - 



AND BUSINESS pjRFCT< 


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PAGIFIG COAST STEAMSHIP GO. 



Steamers of this Company Sail from Broadway Wharf, San Francisco, 



FOR PORTS IN 



California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho Territory, British Ck>lumbia 
and Alaska, as follows: 



California Sonthern Coai^t Ronte.-The Steamers Corona and Bit£Xioo sail for San Luis Obispo, Santa 
I ' • r i I .< .« Angeles and San Diego, every four days. 

' amers Los Anoeles and Eureka sail for Santa Cniz, Monterey^ San Simeon, Cameos, Graviota, Santa 

I . >.tu Buenaventura, Hueneme and San Pedro, every four days. 
llaMkai K«>nte.— Steamship Umatilla sails from Broadvray Wharf No. 1 at 9 a. M., every fifteen days, 
-fer to Alaska Steamer G. W. Elder or City of Topeka at Port Townsend or Victoria. 

Virforia and Pnfset Sounil Kont«.— Steamships carrying Her Britannic Majesty's Mails will leave Broad- 
\'> No. 1, San Francisco, ever>- five days at 9 a. M., for Victoria (Port Mootly, connecting with Canadian 
I ' I way) Port Townsend. Seattle and Tacoma, arriving at Victoria every Monday at 6 a. m., Port Townsend 

every Monday p. m., and Tacoma every Tuesday a. m., connecting with steamers for Alaska, as above, 
' • amboats, etc. , f or Skagit River and Cassiar Mines, Nauaimo, New Westminster, Yale and all other 
l oints. Returning leave Seattle every Friday, at 1 p. M., Port Townsend every Friday p. M., and Victoria 
iir> >-it unlay at 1 p. m. for San Francisco. 

Portland. Oregon, JKonfe.— Steamships of the O. R. & N. Co. & P. C. S. Co. will saU as foUows : Leave 
Spear Street Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 a. m., for Astoria and Portland, Oregon, State of Californla.. Oregon* 
and Columbia every four days., 

Leftre Portland. Or^on, at lU night, for Astoria aiMl San Francisco, Colujubia, State of California and 
OasGON, every four days. 

Enreka and Humboldt Bay Route. — Steamship Pomona sails from Broadway Wharf No. 1, San 
Francisco, every Wednesday at 9 A. M., for Eureka. Areata and Field's Landing (Humboldt Bay). Retmning, leaves 
Eoreka Saturdays at high tide. Due in San Francisco Sunday, in forenoon. 

Point Arena and Mendociuo Route.— Steamship Yaquixa sails from Broadway Wharf, No. 1, San 
Francisco, at 3 p. M., every Monday and Thursday, for Point Arena, Ciiffey's Cove, Little River, Mendocino, Whites- 
boro and Noyo. Returning, arrives at San Francisco, Saturdays and Thiu^days. 

Mexican Ronte.— Steamer Newbern sails from Broadway Wharf, No. 2, at 10 A. m., for Ensenada, Mazatlan, 
lAPaz and Guaxnias. Mexico. 



tm" Poar MoTeqients of I^^t Boats, see the San Frandsco Alta or Guide. 



.1 great demand for laborers to work on th^ Railroads in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. 
1 rich Gold and Coal Mines in Sitka and British Columbia are attracting thousands of people there. 
' ruz is a lovely town and popular watering place. It is only about eiglit hours' ride from San Francisco. 
! the old capital of the State, and is celebrated for its old adobe buildings, the Mission, the Methodists' 

Hinds, and many other noted things and places. 

- in search of pleasure, and invalids in search of health, will find no country that can supply their wants 
• tiem California. The medicinal virtues of the Paso Robles Hot Springs are universally acknowledged, 
it ism, gout, nemulgia, liver complaint,' impure blood, etc, they have no rival in the world. 
>.>iit,» ISarbara and Santa Monica are celebrated watering places. The fame of the orange groves of Los Angeles 
IS world-wide. The consumptive who sojoimis in San Diego takes a new lease of life. 

RateA of Fare, which include meals and sleeping accommodations, are lower by this than by any other route. 
Thmut'li tickets Bold to all the principal places on the coast. Stages and railroads th^Im rli.^, c itin.rti.in witli 
• ■ , ■ ' r all the principal places in the interior. 



tS' For further information in regard to Tickets, call at 

TICKET OFFICE, 214 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

(OPPOSITE THE RUSS HOUSE). 

D. B. JACKSON, General Passenger and Ticket Agt^it. 
QOODALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents, 10 Market St., San Francisco. 




R. S. MOORE, Superintendent. 



RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. 

S. E. COR. BEALE AND HOWARD STS., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

MANUFACTURERS AND SOLE AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

Tube Boiler 

HAS TIIK l OLLOWlNG ADVANTA0K8 : 

SAFETY, 

DURABILITY, 
ECONOMY 

And Facility of Inspection and Repalirs. 



60,000 HORSE-POWER NOW IN USE. 



Boilers can be seen xwnking iii huu 
Francisco, at Palace Hotel, Spring Valley 
Water Works, Hueter Bros. & Co., Cali- 
fornia Jute Mills and other plai < 

4;Haraiit<'e«i More EfHeiout 
any other Bailer Made. 

WrongM Iron Bydranlic Riyetei Water Pipe a Spscialiy. 

Our Pipe is in use in various parts of the State for raining, irrigation and town supply. Have manufac- 
tured over seventy miles for the Spring Valley Water Works of San Fi-anciseo; five miles of thirty-si.x inch pipe 
for Portland, Oregon, and several miles for National City (California) Water Works. Send for our Si)ecial 
Pipe Catalogue. 

OBTJIXilDElItS OIF 

Quartz Mir.Ls— Gold and Silver, Copper and Lead Smelting Works, Roasting Furnaces of all kinds. 
Air Compressors— Rope Power Transmission. ' 
Hydraulic, Pumping and Hoisting Machinery. 
Saw-Mill Machiskrv of all kinds. 

Steam-Engines— Corliss, Side- Valve, Poppet Valve Automatic, Single and Compound. 

Sole Manufacturers for the Pacific Coast for the Celebrated " Heine " Patent Safety Boiler (Water Tube); 

50,000 horse-power now in use. 
Macbeth Patent Steel-Rim Pulleys— Fifty per cent lighter and twenty -five per cent cheaper than past iron 

pulleys; will not break in transportation. 
Refrigerating Machi'nery for Steamships, Breweries and (Sellars. 
Wilson's Patent Gas Producer. 
Steam Boilers of all descriptions. 

Sugar Machinery— Sugar Mills, Vacuum Pans, Clarifiers, Double Effects, ett. 

Steamships— Steam Yachts, Marine Engines and Boilers, Screw Propellers, Ctntrifugal i'unii)a, ateaniship 
Pumps, Steam Capstans, Cargo Winches, etc. 
Builders of 240-stamp Gold Mill for the Alaska Mill and Mining Company; 60-8tamp Mill for Quartz Moun- 
tain Mining Comj)any. Send for Circular and Price Lists. 



Heine Safety Water 




AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




PERRIER- JOUET & Co., 



EPEimiiy, 




CHAMPAGNE, 




W. B. CHAP.1IA:\, A^eiit and Importer, 

123 California Street, - . . . _ San Francisco. Cal 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 




WALES L. PALMER, President. 



H. B. ANGELL, VicE-PREsroENT. 



GOLDEN S TATE'j MINERS' IRO N WORKS 

3Xiseel]a,iieou^s Macliiiier^' 

Oastiiigss of ^11 Kinds. 

MINING, PUMPING, HOISTING, MILLING AND 
DREDGING MACHINERY SPECIALTIES. 

Sole Makers of the |. F. THOMPSON 

AUTOMATIC, INSTANTANEOUS 

Cut ofF Slide Valve Engines. 



l>e»»Jfni an«l iiierhanisni entirely new. Conceded by all experto to be the best ever l>iillt. 
A iM'lter ent-utr en«ine thsm the best C'orlfNK, wilh all the Kluiiillclty ahd 
duralilllty of the couiniou slide valve engine. 

yiEVr CYLIXDEKS CAN BE gUB-STlTUT^D 0.\ CORLISS OK BOX FRAMRM. 

The Committee of Awards, Mechanics' Institute Industrial Exposition, S 

1889, says: 

"This engine, which is of the Automatic. Independent Cut-oflF class, presents many radical IniimtvementH 
upon those which have hitherto iM'en eonnldered the hitfhoi^t type of itieani enRineerlnjc pracliee, 

inasmuch as the same results are obtained with a great reduction in the number of working parts .nvl joints. The 
engine is compact, strong and symmetrical in design and presents a handsome appearance. It • • Mi four plain 
.slide valves, working entirely independently of each other in separate chambers, all four » it-off being 

■'Perate<l with oii«* eecentrle. It is a remarkable featiu-e of this engine that all four \ al » < « .1 ihI ent-olf 
:i r<- o|M-r;i(«-il \Uni but one Joint or Morklne part between them and the eccentne. i 't «i ,1, 

i.s operated by steam pressure. Owing to its simplicity, repairs would be rt 

i i.H -cit^riiur us very sensitive, a movement of one quarter of an inch of the balls making all the variain ai ir- iu i 
closed Ui a full oiwn port. Typical tests of its thorough control by the governor is shown in the following engines 
now working. 

A 14- inch bore, 30-inch stroke, running our works. 

A lt>-inch bore, 30-inch stroke, running 8t. Helena Electric Light Plant, St. Helena, Cal. 

A 28-inch bore. 4S-inch stroke, running Mendocino Saw MUl, Mendocino, OaL 

A 16-inch bore, 30-inch stroke, running New London Quartz Mill, Plymouth, Amador Co , ' ■ 

A 24-inch bore, 42-ipch stroke, running Korbel Bros'. Box Factory, ^n Francisco. 

AH sizes built. Examine before buying any other kind. 

Sole makers of Hercnlen and AtlaM Dredsing UfachineA. Sole Mahem of Roller Ore Feeders, 

the be*tt and rheapent oflTered. 

FIRST i^XRKKX, - S41f rRA:^nSCO, 4'4I« 



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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



PACIFIC »mPlTAl, 

STOCKTON, CAL. 




Private Hospital for the. Care and Treatment of 
Mental and Neruous Diseases. 



i I'n.prietory Institution known as the PACIFIC HOSPITAL is esi)ecially (lcvot. 'l i . 
and Treatment of Mental and Nervous Diseases. The buildings are capacious and 
iturtable, having been constructed for the accommodation of over 200 patients, and they are 
isantly situated in the suburbs of Stockton, and siurounded by attractive grounds of forty 
. s in extent, with cultivated gardens and pleasant walks. Its atlvantages over Public Insti 
ions in facility of admission, and procuring extra accommodation if required, are obxious. 

For terms and other particidars, apply to the Proprietor and Superintendent, 



DR. ASA CLARK, 



Stock:ton, Cal 



\ N'E, San Franciaco; Dr. W. H. Mays, San Francisco, Late Superintendent of the 
ton Insane Asylum; Dr. Robt. A. McLean, San Francisco; Dr. I. S. Tixi s, San 
iincisco; Dr. R. H. Plummer, San Francisco; Dr. E. H. Woolsey, Surgeon S. P. 
< '<».. and Oakland Hospital; Dr. John E. Kunkler, San Francisco; Dr. W. S. 
Thorne, San Jose; Dr. G. A. Shurtleff, Napa, Late Superin- 
tendent of the State Insane Asylum. 



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CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



OREOON STEAMERS 

YAQUINA BAY ROUTE 



FOR 



Albany, 
Portland, 




— AND 

» All Points 

IN 



Salem, . ^M^ ^ ^^IjE^^^B Oregon, 
Eugene 



VIA 



OREGON DEVELOPMENT COMPANY'S STEAMERS 



TO 

YA<^UI1V^ CITY, OR^EGOTS. 

From which point passengers and cargo are transported by a special train of the 

'I'o All Points in the Oreat Willamette Valley. 

For further information apply to 

J. R. PUCKERING, C. H. HASWELL, Jr., 

AGENT, Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agt. 

Yaquina, Oregon. 34 Montgomery St., San Francisco. 



OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. 

^^^^^^ 

First - Class ]^^^^^X2^H^^^^^H|HHBHV Broad Gauge 




I*as!*seng'er and I^^reigflit I^ine. 

This Company runs Regular Passenger and Freight Trains from 

CORVALLIS, ALBANY, GATES and INTERMEDIATE POINTS, 

Connecting at Corvallis and Albany with the Southern Pacific Company for 
Portland, Salem, Eugene, Roseburg and all Points in the Willamette Valley. 

PASSENGERS FROM SAN FRANCISCO BY THE 

OREGON DEVELOPMENT GO'S STEAMERS 

ire foiiveyed frnm Yaiqiiiiia to Destination by tipeclal !meanier TrainH. 
t , 

In connection with tlie Train Service, the Oregon Pacific RaiI/ROad Company runs a regular Line of Steam- 
ers on the Willamette River from Portland to Harrisburg, offering special induceniehts to travelers to view 
the entire Willamette Valley. 

Ass't «en*l Frelgrlit and Pai^senger Agent* 



AND BUSINESS DIRMIWIV.^.. « ^ 11 



the: SANTA re: route 



Atlantic and Pacific 
ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROADS 



THE FASTEST TIME,^ 

\ inm San Francisco to KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS for First-Class and Tourist Pa^ 
sengers, and to CHICAGO for Tourist Passengers, is now made via this route. 



Time to KANSAS CITY, 3| Days. 

ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, 4 Days. 

NEW YORK and BOSTON, Sj^Days. 



This is the OZVl.Y ROUXE Running :i 

Dailr Line of FolMan Tonrisl Sleeprs to Chicap 

And wliich Carries them Through on Express Train. 



1^ NO EXTRA CHARGE for Tourist Passengers for being Carried on 
thiB Fast Train. 



For further information call or address 

a S. SPEERS, or W. A. BISSELL, 

Asst. GenH Passenger Agent, Oen'l Passenger Agent, 

91. Chronicle Ruilding:, San Francisco, Cat. 



■■■■■ • ■: '■^'r■'.V:;■;^*-^^y!pW^f^»^■ 
12 CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



THE SANTA FE ROUTE. 



ATLmiTIC miD PACIFIC UMW. 

mm, mm m sahta fe raiiiioad 



TO 



DENVEE, KANSAS CITY, OMAHA, 

CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, 

NEW ORLEANS, GALVESTON, 

EL PASO, CITY OF MEXICO 
And A.11 Points !Ba.sit. 



THE ONLY LINE RUNNING 

PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING CARS DAILY 

THROUGH TO 

CHIQAGO 

WITHOUT CHANGE. 



Fast Time. Lowest Rates. 



a H. SPJEURS, W. A. BISSELL, . 

Asst. OAieral Passenger Agent, General Passenfj> 

Room 01, Chronicle Building:, San Franclscoy Cat. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 13 

UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM. 

(PACIFIC DIVISION.) 

Passenger Department. 



INIQN 
ACIFIC 




' PIONEER 

Overland Route 



TO TH£ 



Through Pulknan Drawing-room Sleepers to Chicago. 

Through Pullman Tourist Sleepers to Chicago. 

Through Pullman Dining Cars, Ogden to Chicago. 
Through Reclining Chair Cars, Ogden to Kansas City and Omaha. 



1 reservations in sleeping cars, thi'ough tickets and general information, 
or call on 

W. H. HUKLBUKT, 

Ass't General Passenger Agent, 

No. I MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAX FRAXCI8VO. CAL. 



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UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM. 

(PACIFIC DIVISION.) 

JPassenger I>epartment. 



UNION 
PACIFIC 




"\T7ITH its Steamer Line to Portland, connecting at that 
' ^ point with its Rail Line to the North, and equipped with 
the latest modern appliances and through car service, commends 
itself alike to the traveler and shipper. 

From San Francisco it is the Short Line to Denver, 
Omaha, Kansas City and all Eastern Cities. 

The line via Ogden offers to the Traveling Public superior 
FACILITIES in through car service to all Missouri River Points, 
Chicago and St. Louis. 

W. H. HURLBURT, 

Ass't General Passenger Agent, 

No. I MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAi^^ FRAMCISCO,! CAI.. 



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[AOT JpAIUQ with Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep- 
— — — ers, Dining Cars and Coaches ot latest design, 
between Chicago and Milwaukee, and St. Paul and Min- 
neapolis. 

[AOT TDUIUQ with Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep- 
— 1— ers, Dining Cars and Coaches of latest design, 
between Chicago and Milwaukee, and Ashland and Duluth. 

Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist 
Sleepers via the Northern Pacific Railroad be- 
tween Chicago and Portland, Or. 

rflNl/FNIFMT TRUING ^^^^^^ Eastern, Western, Northern 

UUIHCniCni \mm central Wisconsin points, affording 
unequaled service to and from Waukesha, Fond du Lac, Osh- 
KOSH, Neenah, Menasha, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Hurley, 
Wis., and Ironwood and Bessemer, Mich. 



For tickets, sleeping car reservations, time tables and other 
information, apply to Agents of the line, or to Ticket Agents 
anywhere in the United States or Canada. 



S. R. AINSLIE, Gan. Manager, Milwaukee, Wis. 

J. M. HANNAFOKD, Gen. Traffic Mngr., St. Paul, Minn. 

H. H. BARIiOW, Gen. Traffic Mngr., Milwaukee, Wis. 
liOXnS ECKSTEIN, Ass't Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. 



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PALACE AND DINING GAR 

L 1 TV E 

-IN CONNECTION WITH- 



C hicago 
Grand 

Trunk R) 



Great Western Division 
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY, 

Is a Favorite Route East, 

Via Niagara Falls. 



CANADIAN BAGGAGE. 

Passengers for Canada can now have their Baggage examined, and passed 
customs and checked to destination at our depot in Chicago, thereby avoiding 
annoyance and delay at the Canadian frontier. 



Hummer 'X'oiii^i^t 'TFieket^ 

Via NIAGARA FALLS or RAPIDS OF THE ST. LAW- 
RENCE, to the principal Mountain, Seaside and Pleasure 
Resorts in the EAST, are on sale during the summer months. 
For description and particulars, address 

E. H. HUGHES, 

GenM Western Pass. Agent, 103 Clark St., CHICAGO. 



W. J. SPICER, GEO. B. REEVE, W. E. DAVIS, 

General Manager. Traffic Manager. Gen' I Passenger Agent. 



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A GREAT RAILWAY. 

THIE 

CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL 

Now Owns and Operates 5,670 Miles of Thoroughly Equipped Road in 

ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, 

IOWA, MISSOURI AND DAKOTA. 

Each recurring y ar its lines are extended in all directions to meet the necessities of the 
rapidlv populating sections of country West, Northwest and Southwest of Chicago, and to 
furnish a market for the products of the Greatest Agricultural and Stock Eaising Districts of 
the World. 

In Illinois it operates 316 Miles of Track, in Wisconsin 1,304 Miles, 
In Iowa 1,572 Miles, in Minnesota 1,122 Miles, 

In Dakota 1,216 Miles, in Missouri 140 Miles, 



And the end is not yet. It has terminals in such large cities as 



Chicago, Milwaukee, La Crosse, 



St. Paul, Minneapolis, Fargo, 

Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Omaha, 



Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo. 

And along its lines ai-e himdreds of large and small thriving cities, towns and villages. Manu- 
facturing interests are cultivated, and all branches of trade find encouragement. The Railway 
Company has a just apjjreciation of the value of its patrons, and its magnificent earnings are 
the result of the good business tact which characterizes the management of its affairs. 

The popularity of the line is attested by the fact that notwithstanding the strongest kind <if 
competition of old and new lines, the ijHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY 
continues to carry the greater portion of all tbe business between CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, 
ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. It is the best patronized route between CHICAGO, 
COUNCIL BLUFFS and OMAHA, and to and from all points in WISCONSIN. AflNNE- 
SOTA, DAKOTA and IOWA, and its KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPH LINE will 
undoubtedly take equal rank with the older lines leading to and from the Southwest. 

On all its through lines of travel the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAl^. HAIL- 
WAY runs the most perfectly equipped trains of 

SIEEPIHG, PAIILOfI AND DIHIHG CARS AHD mtm. 

The through trains on all its lines are systematically heated by steam. No eflfort is spared 
to furnish the best accommodations for the least money, and, in aildition patrons t)f the ro&d 
are sure of courteous treatment from its employes. 

A. V. H. CARPENTER, G. H. HE AFFORD, 

Gen. Pass and Ticket Agent. First Asst. Gen. I'a^- m.l Ti. k. t \-,.| - 



CHICAGO, ILL. 



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TM P MAD ^^^^^ '^^^ Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway as the Shortest Line 

I nU ItlHr toPaLrgo,]fIooi*liea>dL,Ca>s$$eltoii,Wa.lipetoii,Winiiipes9 
€rra,iid Forks, Fergus Fa^lls, ^wrafton, Peril's ]Lia.ke and Butte City. 



It gives 



the beKst ser- x v 
vice, time and \ (X 
equipment to the 
principal cities and 
towns of MINNE 
SOTA, NORTH and 
SOUTH DAKOTA and 
MONTANA. 

It offers a choice of TH REE 
routes to the PACIFIC COAST, 
and is the only line to Great Falls 
and the fertile free lands of the 
MILK RIVER VALLEY. 

F. I. ^WHITIVJEY, 

Gen'l Fa^s. and Ticket Agent, ST. P.iUL, MI.VX. 

If you want to know of the Free Farms, Pastures 
and Mines reached by the 

St. Pail, Minneapolis & Manitoli] Railway. 



This is what the Traveler desires, when on business 
or pleasure he seeks a given point. Before you 
decide upon your route to any part of the North- 
west consider the advantages of 

T HIE 

M 
A 
N 




MONTANA 
O 
B 
A 

PACIFIC ROUTE. 

3,000 miles of steel track. 
Palace Dining and Sleep- 
ing Cars, Free Tourist 
Sleepers. E very 
known device for 
comfort, speed 
, and safety. 

Ask for Map 
\ and Rates. 



TRAUPI PR^ Q AY racmc Co^^st and all North- 

I nflVLLLnO OH I western Points, as its Scenery is the Grandest, its Equipment 
Most Perfect, its arrangements every way best calculated to meet their wants. It is 

TUCT ONIY IIMET its own Pa^laee l>iniii^ ancl 

IML UllLI LI If la Sleeping Cars to Montana and the Pacific Coast. 

General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 



A. L. MOHLER, P. P. SHELBY, W. S. ALEXANDER, 

General Manager. Asst. Gen'l Traffic Manager. General Traffic Manager. 



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SPECIAL DEPARTMENT 



DEVOTED TO THE 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



OF THE LEADING 



Colleges and Schools 



OF 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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COLLEGE CITY, Colusa Co., CAUEFORNIA. 



A First-Class School for Ladies and Gentlemen. 



n^HE Session begins about September 1st and closes May 1st. 

The location is pleasant, healthy and easily accessible; 
the faculty able, experienced and enthusiastic; the town quiet, 
peaceable and moral; the buildings new, commodious and con- 
venient; the apparatus new, extensive and complete. 

The Institution is chartered by the State, and there are 
several complete courses of study leading to corresponding 
degrees and diplomas. The teaching is thorough, the charges 
very moderate and boarding cheap. Students for the ministry 
receive tuition free 

College City is o. I'emperance Town, and there is no saloon 
or drinking -placa ivithin three miles of thi College. 

For catalogue or particulars, address 

J. C. KEITH, President, 

. College City, California. 



CALTFOENIA GAZETTEER 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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MADISON AND ELEVENTH STREETS, 
OAKLAND, CAL. 



Regular and Special Courses. 

Studies can he selected according to individual 
needs and- aims. 

Lessons, Private and in Classes. 

Prominence is given to Languages, Music, 
Drawing, Painting and Physical Culture. 

Terms begin July and January and end in 
December and May. 

Address, personally or by letter, 

MISS L. TRACY, 

Oakland, Cat. 



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1825 Telegraph Avenue, - - - OAKLAND, CAL. 

SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES. 



This School was founded in the Autumn of 1872 by Miss Harriet N. Field. It was intended to meet the 
demand for a School whi( h should give its pupils, while acquiring a thorough education, the advantages of a 
highly cultured Ch istian home. Jt is Christian, but not sectarian. Its aim has always been to combine with 
careful mental training, the best physical, social and religious development. 

The School, on the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Knox Place, is beautifully located, commanding an 
extended view of the f>)Ot-hills and the surrounding country. There is a fine lawn in front, and a large play- 
ground in the rear of the building. The main building, three stories hi<h, contains the parlors, reception 
room, a well-furnished library (to which the pupils have free access), the music rooms, young ladies' room, 
dining-room and kitchen. The school building contain i the assembly room and the recitation rooms of the 
academic department. 

The two cottages contain, beside family rooms, the pi'eparatory rooms, the laboratory, and the classroom 
for the sciences. From the main building to the first cottage extends a long, covered walk whicli furnishes a 
good jjlace for a promenade in rainy weather. 

The gymnasium is of good size and has sufficient apparatus to make physical exercise a pleasure. Partic- 
ular attention is given to the preservation of health and to physical training. 

The studio, which is in the main building, contains a goodly number of casts and other aids to art study. 

The seminai y has a large collection of minei-als and zoological specimens. 

The school is well equipped in every department. The corps of sixteen teachers is of the ablest. The 
course of studj' is that of the best seminaries of the East. Special attention is paid to English throughout the 
entire course, by studying, reading the best auth trs, and by composition. Even the advanced classes devote 
much time to these branches. The school prepares for the University of California and for Eastern Colleges. 
There is no extra charge for Latin. The best instructors give lessons in French, German, Spanish, Painting, 
Drawing, Instrumental and V'ocal Music. 

The School has a large patronage, and has won, by its thorou.'hness and good work in all departments, a 
high reputation. 

For any information address 

FIELD SEMIIVA^RY. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

UNIVERSITYofCALIFORNIA 

TOLAIVD HALL, 
STOCKTON ST., below Chestnut, - SAN FRANCISCO. 



FACULTY. 

HORACE DAVIS, A. M,, President of the University. 

G. A. SHURTLEFF, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Men- 
tal Diseases and Medical Jurisprudence. 

M. W. FISH. M. D., Emeriius Professor of Physiology 
and Microscopy. 

R. BEVERLY COLE, A. M , M. D., M. R. C. S., Eng., 
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

W. F. McNUTT, M. D.. M. R. C. P. Edin.. etc., Pro- 
fessor of Principles and Practice of Medicine. 

ROBERT A. McLEAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical 
and Operative Surgery, Dean. 

W. E. TAYLOR. M. D., Professor of Principles and 
Practice of Surgery. 

A. L. LENGFELD, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica 
and Medical Chemistry. 

WILLIAM B. LEWITT. M. D., Professor of Anatomj^ 

BENJAMIN R. SWAN, M. D., Professor of Diseases 
of Children. 

W. H. MAYS, M. D., Professor of Mental Diseases and 

Medical Jurisprudence, 
WASHINGTON AYER, M. D.. Professor of Hygiene. 
GEORGE H. POWERS, A. M., M. D., Professor of 

Ophthalmologj' and Otology. 
WM. WATT KERR, M. D., Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. 

ARNOLD A. D'ANCONA, A. B., M. D., Professor of 

Physiology and Microscopy. 
D. W. MONTGOMERY, M. D., Professor of Pathology 

and Histology. 



The College Year is divided into two terms; the 
Preliminary or Spring Term and the Regular or Summer 
Term. The Preliminary Term commences March 3rd 
and ends May 10th, the Regular Term begins June 4th 
and terminates October 31st. During these terms all 
the branches of medicine and surgery will be taught, 
didactically and clinically. Regular clinics are held 
three days in the week at the City and County Hospital, 
where the Professors of the practical chairs have charge 
of wards, and possess every facility for the instruction of 
students. Lectures are given daily by the Professors, 
and evening recitations are held three times a week. 

FEES. 

Matriculation Fee (paid but onpe) $ 5 00 

Demonstrator's Ticket 10 00 

Fee for the First Course of Lectures 130 00 

Fee for, the Second Course of Lectiures 130 00 

(No f e is required for the Third Course of 
Lectures.) 

G/^duating Fee 40 00 

For further information, address the Dean, 
KOBKKT A. McLKAN, 91. D., 
60.3 Mei'cliaiit St««'et, corner lllontgomer.v, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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CONVil OF OUR LAOy OF THE SACRED HEART, 



rpHIS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION is situated in the City of Oakland, 
which is noted for the number and high standing of its schools, and is justly 
considered one of the most delightful localities on the Pacihc Coast. It was 
founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, from 
Montreal, P. Q. This religious order, so well known in the Dominion of Canada, 
the Eastern States and Oregon, is chiefly devoted to teaching, and the members 
are specially trained and educated for that most important office. 

The Convent, on Webster street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
streets,stands on the shores of Lake Merritt,in the midst of a charming landscape. 
Both art and nature have vied with each other in beautifying the spot. With 
most complete accommodations in every department, this school offers uncommon 
advantages for the moral, mental and physical training of young girls. 

TEE.3yi:S: 

Payable half-yearly in advance. 
Board and Tuition in English, French, Spanish and German, per quarter . . . ^65 00 

Washing : . . 10 00 

Piano, Harp, Guitar, Vocal Music, Drawing and Painting form extra charges. 
For further particulars apply to 

MOTHER SUPERIOR. 




SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE, 



CONDUCTED BY THE 



Brothers of the Christian Schools 



FOUNDED AT SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., 1863. 
TRANSFERRED TO OAKLAND, CAL., 1889. 



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California College, 

At HIGHLAND PARK, OAKLAND, CAL 



OFH]]><r IFOFL BOTH SEIXI BS 
"With a Full Corps of Teaclioirs. 



THE FALL TERM 
Opens August 6, 1890, and Closes May 21, 1891 



EXPENSES FOR TERM OF HALF YEAR : 

Boartling Pupils, including Tuition, Board, Fuel, Lights and Washing. .$155 00 

Day Pupils' Tuition, Preparatory Department 25 00 

Day Pupils' Tuition, Academic 30 00 

Day Pupils' Tuition, Collegiate Department 35 (^0 



This institution has both Academic and Collegiate De- 
partments. 

The Academic embraces three years and the Collegiate four, 
with three regular courses of study in each, viz : Classical, 
Scientific and English. 

Students also, who prefer, may take a Select Course. 

For full* particulars or catalogue, address 

SAM'L B. MORSE, D. D., President. 



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Orange Couiity Collegiate Institute, 

BUSINESS COLLEGE aM ENGLISH M CLASSICAL SCHOOL 

A School for the People, with the Lowest Terms and 
the Best Advantages. 

Board, Room, Lights and Fuel, only $ 4.00 per Week. 

Tuition in AJl Branches, only 10.00 per Term, 



ORANGE is a beautiful town of 1,200 inhabitants, which, by vote of the people and the 
City Council, has excluded all saloons from its borders. It is also one of the 
healthiest points in Southern California. Its climate is matchless, the town being only ten 
miles from the sea. It is located on the Santa Fe Railway, at the junction of the main line 
and the Riverside branch; also, near the Southern Pacific Railroad. 

The College building is a fine three-story brick structure, with over eighty finely 
finished rooms. 

REV. J. H. HARWOOD, D. D President, and Teacher of Greek. 

PROF. I. N. INSKEEP Principal Business College. 

MISS ALICE E. HARWOOD Teacher of Mathematics. 

MISS HELEN L. HARWOOD... Teacher of Latin. 

MRS. ANNIE L. McINTOSH Vocal Music. 

MRS. EMMA L. GIFFORD Teachei; of Piano. 

MRS. LOUISE M. EVANS Guitar and Art. 

REV. J. B. FRENCH Teacher of Spanish. 

Correspondence Solicited. Inducements offered for families with students. 

WOODLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Cox-. Tliircl and Main Sts., 

woor>LA^i>r>, - OALiFonTvi.4v. 



T) OOK-KEEPING in all its forms, Mathematics, Commercial Law, Business 
Forms, Business Correspondence, Plain and Ornamental Penmanship,. 
Short-hand, Typewriting, Orthography and English Grammar. 

Thorough Instruction, Experienced Teachers in all Departments, Desirable 
Location, Pleasant Booms, supplied with everything necessary for the con- 
venience and comfort of the student. A Model Institution, Systematic, Thorough, 
Practical. Young Ladies and Gentlemen desiring to prepare themselves for 
positions of trust and profit may obtain the desired qualifications at this College 
Students admitted at any time. Terms liberal. 

Agency for Yost Writing Machines. 

For particulai-s apply to 

N. B. OSBORNE, Principal. 

N. B. — Send for College Journal. 



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BELLEVUE ACADEMY, 

A Boarding and Day Schoo! for Stnden's of Both Sexes. 



Is LOCATED INT REDLANDS, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, eight 
miles from the ( ity of Saii Bernardino. Its elevation (1,500 feet) and 
comparative freedom from fogs and strong winds render the town especially 
healthful, while the surrounding mountains, with snow-clad peaks, from 9,000 to 
11,000 feet high, enclosing a fertile valley of many miles in extent, filled with 
orange orchards and vineyards, presents a landscape of rarely equaled beauty. 

Instruction is Given in All Branches Preparatory for 
College and Business. 

Special Attention Given to EJVGLISH Throughout 

the Course. 

Correspondence Solicited from all who intend sending children away from 
home to School. 

HORACE A. BROWN, L. L B., 

Principal. 

LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN, 

''ThelRamona," Third and Spring Streets, - LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF 

Propi*. or Art Chautauquc Ai^j^enibly of Southern California. 

A graduate of South Kensington School of Art, London, a pupil of N. E.' Green, Instructor 
in Landscape Painting to the Queen and Royal Family, also of G. D. Leslie, Royal 
Academician, London, figure painter, and of Richard Eschke, Berlin. 



This Academy is Modeled after the Best European Schools, and offers 
unusual advantages for a thorough art education, from the very- 
commencement to the Higher Branches of Art. 

COURSE OF STUDY: 

Model and Freehand Drawing, Perspective and Anatomy. 

Antique, Still Life, Landscape, Life Classes. 

Charcoal, Crayon, Pastel, Water. Color and Oil Painting. 

Free Scholarship Offered. 

Students from a Distance can be Comfortably Provided for. 



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MllFOIililll SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND OMIOm 

(CHARTERED OCTOBER, 1881.) 

W. .11. ESliXABROOK, Principal, Graduate of "National School of Elocution," 
Philadelphia. 

E.TIII^Y CURTIS, As^sociate i»rfncipal, of the N. S. of E. and O. 

jflrs. I^EIILiA EIL.I4IS, Graduate of the New York School of Acting. 

Farmers' Union Building, - - SAN JOSE. 

STOCKTON BOSINLSS COLLEGE AND NORMAL INSTITOIE, 




BI'.SIXESS <'OI'KSR. Tliis course embraces Penmanship, Business Correspondence, Commercial Arithmetic, 
Compo ition of Business Papers, Commercial Calculations, Mercantile Law with Lectures, Ortliograjihy, Cramiuar, 
Letter Writing, Debating, Book Keeping in all its forms. Actual Practice in Wholesale and Retail Merchandising'. 
Jobbing, Commission, Real Estate, Insurance and Banking. 

C'OIIRSES TAIICiHT. Full Business Course, Teacher's Course. Short-Hand and Typewriting. Preparatory 
Course, Review Course, Special Courses, 

MU.SICAL DEPARTMENT. Well Fitted with a corps of Artists in their profession. 

Modern and Ancient Languages, Ten Regular Teachers, 
Good Board, $10 per Month, 

Good Boom, Everything Furnished $3.00 per Month, 
A Perfect Home for Students. 

TRASK & RAMSEY, 

^Catalo^e and Specimen of Penmanship Free. STOOZECTOHST, 0-A.I_i. 



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PREFACE. 



THIS the second volume of the California Gazetteer and Business 
Directory, is presented to the public, with the assurance of the publishers 
that no pains or expense have been spared in the endeavor to make it the 
most complete and reliable work of the kind ever issued in this State. 
Among its contents will be found carefully prepared lists of all persons 
engaged in business, alphabetically arranged under towns, and classified under 
their respective business headings ; also, descriptive sketches of the State, 
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fact, that a comparison of our estimates of population with the returns 
of the United States Census of the present year will show that in the main 
our figures are higher, but we believe it will be generally conceded that 
they are not exaggerated. 

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an asterisk (*) the names of reliable parties in many localities who will 
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GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE 

Banks and Bankers 97 — 101 

Classified Business Directory (California) 1105—1540 

Classified Business Directory (Foreign).., 1541 — 1542 

County Seats and Officers , 92 — 95 

Courts of California 86 — 87 

Descriptive Sketch of State , 61—71 

Descriptive Sketch of Counties 72 — 84 

Gazetteer and Alphabetical Directory ; 113 — 1103 

Index to Advertisements, arranged by Towns 35 — 42 

Index to Advertisements, classified according to Business 43 — 58 

Names Received too Late for Regular Insertion 103 — 105 

Patrons Outside of State 1541—1542 

State Government. 85 — 91 

State Institutions and Officers 85 — 91 



Tor all places not fonnd in the Alphabetical I^ist, 
• see pages 103 — 105* 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWNS 



Page 

ALAMEDA. 

Bilty Theo. G 121 

ANAHEIM. 

Carroll Tim opp. 128 

Owen & Becher. 129 

Pierce J. B 129 

ARCATA. 

Harpst Geo. W 135 

Pouleur J. B. & Co 135 

ARROYO GRANDE. 

Beckett J. F 137 

Newsom D. F 137 

AUBURN. 

Freeman's Hotel 139 

Richmond & Gibbs. 139 

BAKERSFIELD. 

Haggin J. B 84 

Kern County Californian 143 

Kern Valley Bank 143 

BERKELEY. 

Schmidt George 1 55 

Taylor Henry W 155 

BIGGS. 

Coffman J. M 159 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Baines A. B. & H. S 1543 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Abbott Machine Co 30 

American Tube Works.. 11 56, 1195 and 1435 
Chicago Bldg and Theatre Supply Co. .1486 
Chicago and Grand Trunk Railway .... 16 

Chicago, Minn, and St. Paul R. R 17 

Moore E. B. & Co 30 

The Albert Dickinson Co 1488 

Vogeler Bros 1226 

CHICO. 

Chalmers Watson 189 

Chico Publishing Co 187 

Finnicum J. D 187 



Page 

ReichlingP 189 

VealeJohnT 189 

CLOVERDALE. 

Holloway L. & J 197 

COLLEGE CITY. 

Pierce Christian College , . 21 and 22 

COLTON. 

Marlborough House 203 

COLUSA. 

Bond A 205 

FuUer E. 1 207 

Love Pallas 207 

Sullivan Tim 207 

Willis & Potter 205 

CORNING. 

Dawson Thomas H 211 

CORONADO. 

American Ostrich Co 1 127 

Kimball F. E. A 213 

CRESCENT CITY. 

Cooper L. F 217 

DUNSMUIR. 

McCloud George 231 

ELSINORE. 

Ellsworth H. L 239 

[ENGLEWOOD, ILL. 

National Union Vaccine Co. ..1213 and 1414 

EUREKA. 

Ay res & Jones 251 

Bonstell W T 251 

Cutten & Rideout 251 

Hodgson J. H 245 

Humboldt Standard Publ'g Co 245 

Kramer George 249 

LentellJ. N 251 

St. Joseph's Institute 249 

Times Publishing Co 247 



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Page 

FRESNO. 

Arlington House 281 

Baron G. A 281 

Buker & Colson 279 

Cureton Wm. H 277 

Dunlap F. R. & Co 273 

Evening Expositor 275 

Fancher Creek Nursery 271 

First National Bank 269 

Freeman George E 279 

Grand Central Hotel 272 

Grangers' Business Association 273 

Hogue S. L 281 

Hotel Pleasanton 270 

Kellogg & Anderson 279 

Kohler House 277 

Leaoh B. K 277 

Moodey & Bretzner. .right side lines and 275 

Ogle House 272 

Porteous James 270 

Schweizer Cha?. A 1455 

Seropian Bros 277 

Smith George A , 279 

Straube S. N opp. 284 

Tadlock & Shepherd left side lines 

Tadloek Frank E Jr left side lines 

The Republican 273 

GRASS VALLEY. 

Mount St. Mary's Academy 303 

HIGHLAND SPRINGS. 

Noble E. T opp. 316 

HOLLISTER. 

Montgomery & Bradly 317 

JACKSON. 

Richtmyer B. F 329 

KELSEYVILLE. 

Hess J. C 333 

Stanley 0. L 333 

Thompson R. L 333 

KING CITY. 

Besse & Sill 335 

Schroeder F. W 335 

KINGSBURG. 

Smith A. A. ..: 337 

LAKEPORT. 

Baker Mrs. J 341 

Bartlett Springs and Clear Lake Steam- 
er Co opp. 340 

Bray Mrs. K 341 

Eachus & Tucker 341 

Hunnewell Mrs. M. J 343 

Lee Mrs. B ....343 

McDonald M. A 343 



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Maybee H. N 34a 

Morby P. J 343 

Bobbins Tom opp. 340 

Wray E. P 341 

LOS ANGELES. 

Abel P. L 365 

Anderson Mrs. S. T 361 

Austin & Reichard 363 

Baker Iron Works opp. 372 

Bear Ben L 358 

Bell Charles A 361 

El Monitor Mexicano 385 

Entenmann Carl 365 

Evening Express 377 

Fidelity Abstract Co. Plant 1106 

GalerVVm 365 

German Conservatory of Music 379 

Gutierrez Francisco De P 379 

Hanly G. T. & Co 1508 

Hollenbeck Hotel : opp. 373 

Hunter & Meadows 385 

Johnson Mrs. W 38a 

La Cronica 361 

Lacy Mannufacturing Co 389 

Le Frogres 387 

Los Angeles Business College 391 

Los Angeles School of Art and Design . 28 

McCarthy Thomas 391 

McKinlay Samuel 395 

National Bank of California (L. A.) . . . .1120 

National BWg and Loan Ass'n 399 

New Zealand Insurance Co . . 399^ 

Palm Chas. W. & Co 397 

RappTheo.... 40a 

Richards, Brown & Co 401 

Schumacher F. G 407 

Singer & Kuhl 1157 

Smith Don C 409 

Strassburger N 411 

Swanton E. E 385- 

Thomas W. B. & Co 4ia 

Times- Mirror Co 393 

Tribune Publishing Co opp. 373 

U. S. Mercantile Agency 393 

Viole Felix 1508 

Vuich & Siglie 405 

Willsoa W. H 397 

LOS GATOS. 

Berry man A. & Co. 419 

Bullard & Hunter 419 

LOWER LAKE, 

Nielson A. M 423 

Raycraft George S 42a 

Walls B 42a 



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MADERA. 

Madera Mercury 437 

MABYSVILLE. 

Appeal Publishing Co 431 

Democrat Publishing Co 433 

New Western Hotel 435 

Rusby J. O 433 

Swain & Hudson 435 

United States Hotel 435 

MAXWELL. 

Overshiner J. G , 437 

MERCED. 

Blackburn J. 441 

Elliott John G 441 

Ostrander & Sons 443 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Graham & Read 447 

LhuilHerA 447 

Lobree David 447 

Lynn J. B 449 

Munz Marcus 449 

Quigley H. T 449 

Ransdell J. W 449 

Tally C. H 449 

Young Bros 451 

MITTNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

McMillan James & Co 1507 

MODESTO. 

Ross House 453 

MONROVIA. 

Monrovia Messenger 457 

MONTEREY. 

Manuel A. A 459 

Mauldin Bros 459 

NAPA CITY. 

Clark George P 467 

Gardner Bros 467 

Napa Hotel opp. 468 

Napa Journal 469 

Sawyer Tanning Co 469 

NEVADA CITY. 

City Hotel 475 

Daily Transcript 475 

Nevada Daily Herald 475 

OAKLAND. 

Bisbpe S. B 1187 

Bluett W. H 491 and 913 

California College 26 

Casey M 491 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart 25 



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Dingee W. J. 

comer cards in classified and 1442 



Field Seminary 24 

Knowland J. K. Electrical Co 

left side lines and 501 

Mitchels & Garner 1533 

Morning Times Co 507 

Oakland Enquirer 507 

Oakland Home Insurance Co 505 

Oakland Hospital and Hotel for InvalidslSOO 

Reed Robert 509 

St. Mary's College 25 

The Oaks School 23 

Tribune Publishing Co 501 

Webster F. A 513 

OCEAN SIDE. 

Maxson C. W 517 

Smiths. F 517 

ONTAUIO. 

Horsley, Easton & Co 1400 

Ontario Hotel opp. 1308 

ORANGE. 

Orange County Collegiate Institute 27 

ORLAND. 

Brown David 325 

OROVILLE. 

Ludlum T. B. & Co 527 

Oroville Mercury 527 

Thermalito Colony Co 527 

United States Hotel 1308 

PASADENA. 

Frost Charles S 535 

Ganong & Foster 535 

St. Nicholas Hotel 535 

Muuger & Griffith 537 

Park Nursery Co . right bottom lines and 1401 

Richardson George A 539 

Star Publishing Co 537 

Webster E. C. & Co .opp. 532 

Webster Hotel opp. 532 

PASO ROBLES. 

Stowell & Booth 541 

The Moon r)41 

PLACERVILLE. 

Lowry A. J 553 

POMONA. 

Bassett R. S 559 

Brown's Hotel 561 

Burdick & Edwards 559 

Newton W. S 561 

Pomona Daily Times 561 

Smith Cassius M opp. 560 



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Page 

Strong W. R. & Co . : 563 

Woody W. M 563 

PORT HARFORD. 

Hotel Marre 1308 

QUINCY. 

Schneider B 569 

RED BLUFF. 

Dodson W. B. H. & Sons 573 

Lennon E. F 573 

REDDING. 

Bank of Shasta Co 820o 

Brackins Sam E 575 

Hewitt J. B 575 

Honn Land Co 820o 

Wiley & Dozier 575 

REDLANDS. 

Bellevue Academy 28 

Bishop C. B 581 

Boley E. M 579 

First National Bank of Redlands 579 

Glover J. B 581 

Newcomer E 581 

Schneider R. E 583 

Shorey F. A 581 

The Citrograph 579 

REDWOOD CITY. 

Chamberlain P. - P 583 

RIVERSIDE. 

Conyers W. C 589 

Helmer W. F 593 

Hooper Robert 1131 

Merrill J. W 591 

Mills & Overshiner 591 

Parr J. F. & Bro 587 

Potter Harvey 591 

Riverside Daily Press 591 

Rowell Hotel 589 

Shiels John & Sons opp. 592 

Slosson C. H 593 

The Phoenix 589 

Walker & Banta 593 

Ward George F 593 

Wilkinson CP 593 

SACRAMENTO. 

Clayton Dr. M. F. 603 

ConeW. W 603 

Coolot A , 603 

Nord California Herald 613 

Palm Bros 613 

Weber & Co. 617 

SAINT HELENA. 

KohlerWm 621 



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ST. PAUL, MINN, 

St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba R. 



R. Co 18 

SALINAS. 

Abbott House 623 

Jenkins L. B 623 

Salinas Democrat 625 

Salinas Index 625 



SALT LAKE. 

Blackburn J. S. & Co. 

back cover and 915 



SAN ANDREAS. 

Whitlock CM , 627 

SAN BERNARDINO. 

Abstract and Title Co. of San Bernar- 
dino opp. 1106 

Nisbet H. W 631 

Peck Zue G 631 

St. Charles Hotel opp. 1308 

San Bernardino Publishing Co 629 

Shedd & Henderson Ore Milling and 

Stamping Co 631 

Times-Index Co 633 

Wozencraft Abstract Co 633 

SAN DIEGO, 

Abstract & Title Insurance Co 634 

Armstrong T.J 637 

Benson & Rief 637 

Brobeck & Co 637 

Burnett I. G 639 

California National Bank 820m 

Capps Thomas J 639 

Golden Era 643 

Hartwell F. S 643 

Hubbard Charles G 645 

Johnstone & Patterson 643 

Neiman J. H 655 

Phillips N. I 651 

Russell James 651 

San Diego Sun opp. 644 

Selwyn & Allison 653 

Stannard J. B 653 

Wheeler & Wheeler 1315 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Mtnsi Insurance Co. 

opposite inside back cover. 

Allen Charles R 667 

'American Bridge and Building Co. 

front cover and opp. 692 

American Tool Works 1524 

Ames, Parker & Co inside back cover 

Anglo-Calif ornian Bank 820e 



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Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation, 

front ed^e and 820n 

Armes & Dallam 1536 

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Co. .11 and 12 

Avy Eugene 677 

Bacon & Co opp. 932 

Bank of California 820c 

Beckel & Buchner 679 

Becker 0. W. & Co 1444 

Belmor George E 681 

Bemmerer A 1124 

Bernstein & Co 1493 

Bigelow J. K 683 

Boedewig George 685 

Bolander L. Philip 687 

Bridges Lyman 689 

Britton & Rey opp. 756 

Bruce Donald ^ 691 

Brunswick-Balke Collender Co. . . .opp. 693 

Buchanan & Co 1155 

Buckingham & Co... 693 

Butterworth Thomas C , 695 

Cadenau J. M 1175 

Cahill & HaU 697 

California Dry Dock Co 817 

California Electrical Works 

comer cards in classified 

California Fruit Grower 657 

California Insurance Co ..... right top lines 
California, Oregon and Idaho Stage Co. 699 

California Sheep Casings Co 1162 

California Title Insurance and Trust Co, 

corner cards in classified 

Carson & Fear 1270 

Chapin George W . . . right side lines and 705 
Chapman Wilfrid B. .left side lines and 707 

Chase R. P 1146 

Chatain & Giletti 1368 

Chicago and Northwestern Railway opp. 996 

Clark N. & Sons right bottom lines 

Colton Dental Association 1204 

Commercial Hotel bottom edge and 711 

Coon M. F 1225 

Cronan Wm 1256 

Cunningham A. C 719 

Curtin John 717 

Daniel John & Co opp. 805 

Dewey Engraving Co 723 

Dewing J. Co left bottom lines 

Dickman- Jones Co opp. 724 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co 725 

Dickson Robert front cover 

Diers P. M. & Co 660 

Dietle Charles. , opp. 693 



Page 

Dingley C. L. & Co. ..... . left bottom lines 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co. 

left bottom lines and 1492 

Donohoe, Kelly & Co 820f 

Dow Steam Pump Works 1 436 

Dumoutelle E 1368 

Duncomhe Wm. S. & Co 1420 

Dundon P. F 1143 

Equity Benefit Association, .right side lines 

EulerH. & Co 1255 

Ev'^ning Bulletin 735 and 737 

Fidelity and Casualty Co. of New York 820o 
Filmer-Rollins Electrotype Co. 775 and 1223 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 
i corner cards and opp. 788 

Fischer & Cantelow 1225 

Fisher Charles C 739 and 1029 

Francis, Valentine & Co. 

corner cards in classified 

Frank H. W. & Co 1254 

Fuji Co The right side lines 

German Savings and Loan Society 820i 

Golden State and Miners' Iron Works, 

right side lines and 8 

Goodall, Perkins & Co 5 

Goodman George. .1112, 1191 1411 and 1491 

Granolithic Paving Co 1411 

Grave B. & Co left side lines 

Gray Matthias Co corner cards 

Gruenhagen C. H left side lines 

Harris Charles J 1324 

Harris & Jones 1360 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co . . right top lines 

Heald's Busmess College opp. 596 

Herald of Trade Publishing Co 657 

Herrmann C. & Co 1295 

Hicks-Judd Co opp. 708 

Hirsch, Kahn & Co 767 

Hobbs, Wall & Co front cover and 1 156 

Holstein R. 773 

Hopper <fe Schroeder 1269 

Howe & Kimball 771 

Hueter Bros & Co 770 

Hughes E. C 771 

Huntington F. A.... corner cards in classified 

Ichi Ban corner cards in classified 

Italian Publishing Co 658 

Jackson Byron 1 

Jackson P. H. & Co 1110 

Jackson T. W. & Co 1238 

Jones H. Isaac 1421 

Jones & O'Donnell 779 

Kafka Bros corner cards in classified 

Kaulfuss F. C 1269 



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Keystone Boiler Works 757 

Kirby Charles K. Jr 785 

Klinkner C. A. & Co opp. 741 

Koster John A 751 

Kragen S. & Co 1254 

Lacam Henry 1502 

Langland N. P 789 

Larcher E 789 

La Voce del Popolo 703 

Lawson F. A. & Co 916 

Lee John & Co 791 

Lietz A. & Co 1501 

Lin forth James 797 

Lipman & Co 1210 

Lorenzi Egidio 797 

Loryea A. M 799 

Luckhardt C. A. & Co 1114 

McCormick J. T 1532 

McCullough Ernest 1182 

McDearmon & Co 1142 

McDougall B. & Son . .corner cards and 909 

McKay & Co 803 

McMahon B. & Son opp. 804 and 1158 

McNicoll A. J. & Co 1224 

McPhun Wm 1527 

MacCabe & Co 805 

Mailer John opp. 901 

Mallon John 807 

Mathews H. Allen 811 

Medical Dept. of the University of Cal. 24 

Melde Henry 1230 

Merrelll. L : 1 

Mighell & Richards 1459 

Miller W. A. L 1324 

Mission Rock Grain Dock and Ware- 
house 817 

Montague W. W. & Co corner cards 

Montealegre & Co 817 

Moraghan M. B 1405 

Morning Call 861 

Murphey Wm. L 821 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y. 

right side lines 

Mutual Savings Bank 820j 

Myer A. W • right bottom lines 

Naber, Alfs & Brune backbone 

National Brewing Co 823 

National Fertilizer Co opp. 804 

National Surgical Institute 1501 

Nelson S. P. & Co 825* 

Neuberg Ad. & Co 1491 

Neustadter Bros . 1251 

Nevada Bank of S. F 820d 

New Western Hotel opp. 740 



Page 

Newhall H. M. & Co 

inside front cover and bottom lines. 

Niles A. P 827 

Nishimura & Co opp. inside back cover 

Nolte C. A 829- 

North Pacific Coast Railroad Co 3 

Norton-Cook-Pratt Co 828- 

Oakley A. D 831 

Oregon Development Co 10 

Ott A. L 1325 

Overland Monthly 659 

Pacific Bank right top lines and 820b 

Pacific Coast Literary bureau 658 

Pacific Coast Steamship Co 5 

Pacific Manufacturing Co. 

left bottom lines and 1525- 

Paiific Medical Journal 820p 

Pacific Union 657 

Palmer & Rey left top lines 

Panorama Battle of Gettysburg 

corner cards in classified and opp. 676 
Pardee E. H. & Geo. C. 

corner cards in classified 

Partridge Sam C opp. 836 

Pasquale B 913 

Pelton Water Wheel Co . back cover and 

opp. 852 

People's Home Savings Bank, 

corner cards in classified and 820k 

Periam C. J. & Co 841 

Plonsky Henry 1291 

Pope John F 845^ 

Porterfield & Losey 1422 

Priest Dan H 847 

Reiss Brothers & Co 1184 

Ridley A. E. & Co .1155 and 149» 

Risdc n Iron and Locomotive Works, 

left top lines and 6- 

Rosseter J. H 857 

Rothschild & Shoenberg 1506 

Rufiino & Bianchi 1368. 

Russell E. T 857 

St. Ignatius College opp. 86S 

Samuel Brothers 1432- 

San Francisco and North Pacific R R . . 2 
San Francisco Chronicle. . .left bottom lines 

San Francisco Contracting Co 85^ 

San Francisco Novelty & Plating W'ks. 863: 

San Francisco Savings Union 820h 

Sanborn A. W. & Co : opp. 884 

Sather Banking Co 820m 

Savings and Loan Society 820g 

SchindlerH. B 865 

Schmidt Label and Lithogra|>hic Co opp. 484 



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Schoenstein F. B 1366 

Shand David C. & Co 1367 

Sierra Lumber Co 873 

Simpson & Millar 875 

Sloane W. & J. & Co. .corner cards and 1171 

Smith Alice E 875 

Smith Francis & Co left top lines 

Smith S. P. & W. H 1294 

Southern Pacific Co opp. 324 and 356 

Spring Menzo 1112 

Sresovich L. G. & Co 879 

Stallman Charles 1366 

State Dime Savings Bank 820l 

Strahle Jacob & Co 1132 

Strickland & Co .1146 and 1413 

Swain Brothers 1118 

Taylor S. P. & Co 907 

Teubner G opp. 805 

Thomas P. J 1433 

Treadwell F. C 891 

Trinity School 20 

Truman, Hooker & Co. 

front cover corner cards in classified and 4 

Truworthy Mrs. F. M 1455 and 1498 

Turner J. F 891 

Tyler W. B 1411 

Union Insurance Co back cover 

Union Pacific Railroad 

top edge and 13 and 14 
Wagner Jos. Manufacturing Co. 

inside back cover 

Wain Wright Wm 915 

Wass D. D right bottom lines 

Wedgwood Wm 899 

WenzelR. G 901 

Western Manufacturing Co opp. 900 

Wickson G. G. & Co. 

right top lines and opp. 901 

Wieland John Brewing Co 911 

Wigmore John & Son .... backbone and 905 

Windeler George 1529 

Wolfe George H 1111 

Wood George M. & Co 1225 

Woodin & Little . . earner cards in classified 

Woodward W. A. & Co 820p 

Young Calif ornian 1103 

Zeile CD opp. 805 

SAN JOSE. 

Alameda Planing Mill 919 

Baker Sim.... 921 

Bourguignon E 921 

Brainard Henry A 923 

California School of Elocution and Ora- 
tory 29 

Capp James B left top lines 



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Cozzens Wm W. 1543 

Evening News 941 

Garden City Business College and Acad- 
emy front cover and 929 

Hamilton W. C 1234 

Herrmann Bros 929 

Hill & Watkins 931 

Lenzen Theodore right top lines 

Newby A. E 935 and 1236 

Nucleus Hotel 935 

Pfau & Co 937 

Purdy & Hoag 937 

San Jose Mercury 935 

San Jose Times 939 

Santa Clara Valley Mill and Lumber 

Co 939 

Saunders E. B 927 

SAN LUCAS. 

Newlove J. H 945 

San Lucas Herald 945 

SAN LUIS OBISPO. 

Adams & Nichols . . 947 

Daily Republic 949 

Hotel Ramona 947 

Rogers E. P 951 

Smith & Waite 951 

SAN MIGQEL. 

Occidental Hotel 955 

Sloan & Masengill 955 

Slusser & Fisk 955 

Swift A. C 955 

SAN PEDRO. 

Clay D. R. & Co 957 

San Pedro Harbor Advocate 957 

SANEL. 

Andrews J. W 961 

SANTA ANA. 

Blade Publishing Co 963 

McKelvey Charles S 965 

Marks 1. G 965 

Orange County Abstract Co 963 

Pacific House 963 

Rutledge James 967 

Santa Ana Incubator Co 965 

SANTA BARBARA. 

Independent Publishing Co 071 

Sexton Joseph 969 

SANTA CLARA. 

Santa Clara College opp. 916 

SANTA CRUZ. 

Grover & Co 977 

Hihn F. A. Co 1362 

Santa Cruz Lumber Co 981 

Santa Cruz Mountain Wine Co 981 



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S\NTA MARIA. 

American House 983 

SANTA ROSA. 

Bell R. W 987 

Fish F. L. &Co 989 

Winger Benjamin . . 993 

SELMA. 

Good W. B 997 

Selma Irrigator 997 

SISSON. 

Frasier House 1005 

Hill Thurston 1005 

Montgomery R. E 1005 

Mount Shasta Herald 1005 

SONOMA. 

Davisson D. D 1011 

STOCKTON. 

Blair C. C 1021 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. . .opp. 1024 

First National Bank opp. 96 

Grand Central Hotel 1025 

Homer Frank 1027 

Pacific Hospital back cover and 9 

Relief Windmill Co 1526 

River Express Co . . corner cards in classified 

Shaw H. C. Plow Works left side lines 

Stockton Business College and Normal 

Institute backbone and opp. 1028 

Stockton Independent 1033 

Stockton Mail 1023 

Tretheway, Earle & Dasher 1031 

White & Thomas ' 1035 



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Page 

Wilhoit R. E. & Sons 1035 

Wilson R. F 1019 

TEMPLETON. 

Tempi eton Advance 1047 

TRAVER. 

Traver Advocate 1051 

URIAH. 

Mendocino Despatch 1059 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart 1059 

Young Eleazer J 1061 

VACAVILLE. 

Vaca Valley Enterprise 1063 

VENTURA. 

The Vidette 1069 

VISALIA. 

Knupp V. D 1075 

Smith Charles D 1182 

Tulare County Times 1(»75 

Yisalia Delta 1073 

WATSONVILLE. 

Gaffey W. V. & Son 1079 

Trafton G. A. & Co 1081 

WILLIAMS. 

Williams Farmer 1087 

WILLOWS. 

Willows Journal 1091 

WOODLAND. 

Woodland Business College 27 

Woodland Mail 1095 

YREKA. 

Yreka Journal 1103 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



CLASSIFIED WITH REFERENCE TO BUSINESS. 



ABSTRACTS OF LAND TITLES. 

Cutten & Rideout, Eureka 251 

Hodgson J. H., Eureka 245 

Tadlock & Shepherd, Fresno . . left side lines 
Fidelity Abstract Co. Plant, Los An- 
geles 1106 

Elliott John G., Merced 441 

Graham & Read, Middletown 447 

Shasta County Abstract Bureau, Red- 
ding 575 

Abstract and Title Co. of San Bernar- 
dino, San Bernardino opp. 1106 

Wozencraft Abstract Co., San Bernar- 
dino 6S3 

Abstract of Title Insurance Co., San 

Diego 634 

Christian A. T. & Co., San Diego 634 

Simpson & Millar, San Francisco 875 

Rogers E. P., San Luis Obispo, . , 951 
Orange County Abs't Co., Santa Ana . 963 
Wilhoit R. E. & Sons, Stockton, . 1035 
Knupp V. D., Visalia, . . . 1075 

ACCOUNTANTS. 

Pope John F. , San Francisco, . . 845 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Porteous James, Fresno, . . . 270 
Young Bros., Middleto wo, . . . 451 
Hunger & Griffith, Pasadena, . . 537 
Richardson George A., Pasadena, . 539 
Smith Cassius M. , Pomona, . opp. 560 
Truman, Hooker & Co., San Francisco 

cor. cards in classified, front cover and 4 
Andrews J. W., Sanel, . . .961 
ShawH. C. Plow Works, Stockton, 

left side lines 

Trafton G. A. & Co., Watsonville, . 1081 

ARCHITECTS. 

Mauldin Bros., Monterey, . . 459 



Bishop C. B., Redlands, . . .581 
Newcomer E., Redlands, . . . 581 
Benson & Reif, San Diego, . . . 637 
Stannard J. B., San Diego, . . 653 
Kirby C. K., Jr., San Francisco, . 785 
McDougall B. & Son, San Francisco, 

comer cards and 909 
Wolfe George H., San Francisco, . 1111 
Lenzen Theodore, San Jose, . right top lines 

ART GLASS WORKS. 

Hopper & Schroeder, San Francisco, . 1269 
Mallon John, San Francisco, . , 807 

ART SCHOOLS. 

Los Angeles School of Art and Design, 
Los Angeles, .... 

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. 

Reed Robert, Oakland, 
Spring Menzo, San Francisco, 

ARTIFICIAL STONE. 

Chatain & Giletti, S&n Francisco, 
Goodman George, S. F.,. 1112, 1191 and 1411 

ARTISTS. 

Boedewig George, San Francisco, 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Hueter Bros. & Co., San Francisco, 

ASBESTOS MATERIALS. 

Merrell I. L., San Francisco, 



28 

509 
1112 

1368 



685 



ASSAYERS. 

Shedd & Henderson Ore Milling and 

Sampling Co., San Bernardino, 
Luckhardt C. A. & Co., S. F., . 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS 

Helmer W. F., Riverside, 
Swain Bros., San Francisco, 

BAN KS. 

Kern Valley Bank, Bakersfield, 
First National Bank, Fresno, 



631 
1114 

593 
1118 

143 

269 



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Page 

National Bank of Cal., Los Angeles, . 1120 
Bank of Shasta Co., Redding, . . 820o 
First National Bank of Redlands, Red- 
lands 579 

California National Bank, San Diego . 820ivf 
Anglo-Calif ornian Bank, San Francisco, 820e 
Bank of California, San Francisco, . 820c 
Bonohoe, Kelly & Co, , San Francisco, 820f 
German Savings and Loan Society, 

San Francisco, 820i 
Mutual Savings Bank, San Francisco, 820j 
Nevada Bank of San Francisco, . . 820d 
Pacific Bank, San Francisco, 

right top lines and 820b 
People's Home Savings Bank, San 
Francisco ...... 

corner cards in classified and 820k 
San Francisco Savings Union, San 
Franciscso, ... . 820h 

Sather Banking Co., San Francisco . 820m 
Savings and Loan Society, San Fran- 
cisco, 820g 

State Dime Savings Bank, San Fran- 
cisco, ...... 820l 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Stock- 
ton, .... opp. 1024 

First National Bank, Stockton, . . 96 

BANNERS, 

Pasquale Benoit, San Francisco, . .913 

BARBERS. 

Ransdell J. W., Middletown, . . 449 

BATHS. 

Pacific Water Cure and Sanitarium, 

Sacramento, 603 

New Hammam, San Francisco, . . 799 
Zeile C. D., San Francisco, . opp. 805 

BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONS. 

Equity Benefit Association, San Fran- 
cisco right side lines 

BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES. 

Abel P. L., Los Angeles, . . .365 

BILL POSTERS. 

Hooper Robert, Riverside, . . .1131 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

Brunswick Billiard Hall, Riverside, . 587 

BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURERS. 

Brunswick- Balke Collender Co, San 

Francisco, . . . opp. 693 
Strahle Jacob & Co., San Francisco, . 1132 

BITUMINOUS ROCK. 

Black Rock Mining Co., San Luis 
Obispo 947 



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BLACKSMITHS. 

McDonald M. A., Lakeport, . . 343 
Mills & Overshiaer, Riverside, . . 591 

BLYMER BELLS. 

Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 

BOILER CLEANING COMPOUND. 

Merrell 1. L., San Francisco, . . 1 

BOILER COVERING. 

Merrill I. L., San Francisco, . . 1 
Salamander Felting Co., San Francisco, 1 142 

BOILER MAKERS. 

Dundon Patrick F., San Prancisco, . 1143 
Keystone Boiler Works, San Francisco, 757 
Pacific Coast Boiler Works, San Fran- 



cisco, ...... 681 

BOOK BINDERS. 

Bacon & Co., San Francisco, . opp. 932 
Hicks- Judd Co., San Francisco, . opp. 708 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Bonstell W. T., Eureka, . . .251, 
Dewing J. Co., San Francisco, . 



left bottom lines 
Strickland & Co. , San Francisco, 1 146 and 141 3 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Nielson A. M., Lower Lake, . . 423 
Chase Robert P., San Francisco, . 1146 
Dietle Charles, San Francisco, . opp. 693 

BOX BRANDS. 

Buchanan & Co., San Francisco, . .1155 
Ridley A. E. & Co., San Francisco, 1155, 1499 

BOX MANUFACTURERS. 

Hobbs, Wall & Co., San Francisco, 

front cover and 1156 

BRASS GOODS. 

McCormick John T., San Francisco, . 1532 
San Francisco Novelty and Plating^ 



Works, San Francisco, . . . 863 

BREWERS. 

Middletown Brewery, Middletown, . 449 
National Brewing Co., San Francisco,. 823 
Wi eland J ohn Brewing Co. , San Fran- 
cisco, . . . . . .911 

brewers' AGENTS. 

Singer & Kuhl, Los Angeles, . .1157 

BRIDGE BUILDERS. 



American Bridge and Building Co., San 

Francisco, front cover and opp. 592 

McMahon B. & Son, San Francisco, opp. 804 

BROKERS — BOND. 

Howe & Kimball, San Francisco, . 771 

BROKERS— GRAIN. 

Bees & Sill, King City, . . . 335 



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Page 

BROKERS— MERCHANDISE. 

?Law8on F. A. & Co., San Franci-co, . 916 

BROKERS — MINING. 

Moodey & Bretzner, Fresno, 

right side lines and 275 

BROKERS — MONEY. 

Pierce J. B., Anaheim, . . . 129 

BROKERS — REAL ESTATE. 

Hunter & Meadows, Los Angeles, . 385 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

National Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, Los Angeles, .... 399 

BUSINESS COLLEGES. 

Los Angeles Business College, Los An- 
geles 391 

.San Diego Business College, San Diego, 651 

Heald's Business College, San Fran- 
cisco, opp. 596 

Garden City Business College and Acad- 
emy, San Jose, front cover and 929 

Stockton Business College and Normal 

Institute, Stockton, backbone and opp. 1028 

Woodland Business College, Wood- 



land .27 

BUTCHERS. 

Selwyn & Allison, San Diego, . . 653 

butchers' MACHINERY. 

Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 

butchers' SUPPLIES. 

California Sheep Casings Co. , San Fran- 
cisco, ...... 1162 

CABINET WOODS. 



Wigmore John & Son, San Francisco, 

backbone and 905 

CALCIUM LIGHTS. 

Lo8 Angeles Steam Calcium Lights and 



Fireworks, Los Angeles, . . . 397 

CANNED GOODS. 

Lawaon F. A. & Co., San Francisco, . 916 

carpentePwS and builders. 
Burdick & Edwards, Pomona, . . 559 
Brobeck & Co. , San Diego, . . . 637 
Blair C. C, Stockton . . . .1021 

carpets and oil (CLOTHS. 



Sloane W. & J. & Co., San Francisco, 

corner cards and 1171 
carriage and wagon dealers. 
Richardson George A., Pasadena, . 539 
Smith Cassius M., Pomona, . opp. 560 
Truman, Hooker & Co., San Francisco, 
cor. cards in classified, front cov. and 4 

carriage and wagon MAKERS. 

McDonald M. A., Lakeport, . . 343 



Page 

City Carriage Works, Riverside, . 591 
Palm Brothers, Sacramento, . .613 
Grave B. & Co., San Franciso, left side lines 
Schindler Henry B., San Francisco, . 865 
Andrews J. W., Sanel, . . .961 

CATERERS. 

Cadenau J. M., San Francisco, . . 1175 

CHAMPAGNE IMPORTERS. 

Chapman Wilfrid B., San Francisco, 

left side lines and 707 

CHECK PERFORATORS. 

Abbott Machine Co. , Chicago . . 30 

CHIMNEY PIPE. 

Clark N. & Sons, San Francisco, 

right bottom lines 



CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Priest Dan H., San Francisco, . . 847 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Seropian Brothers, Fresno, . . 277 

Hunnewell Mrs. M. J., Lakeport, . 343 

Ransdell J. W., Middletown, . . 449 

Schneider B., Quincy, . . . 569 

Parr J. F. & Bro., Riverside, . . 587 

Coolot A. , Sacramento, . . . 603 

Beckel & Buchner, San Francisco, . 679 

CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

Lentell J. N., Eureka, . . ,251 

Brackins Sam E. , Redding, . . 575 

Bridges Lym^n, San Francisco, . . 689 

McCuUough, San Francisco, . .1182 

Brainard Henry A., San Jose, . . 923 

Herrmann Bros., San Jose, . . 929 

Smith Charles D., Visalia, . .1182 

CLOTHS AND CASSIMERKS. 

Reiss Brothers, & Co., San Francisco, 1184 

i COAL — WHOLESALE. 

I Allen Charles R. , San Francisco, . 667 

i COFFEE AND SPICES. 

Hanly G. T. & Co., Los Angeles, . .1508 

COLLECTION AGENTS. 

Berryraan A. & Co., Los Gatos, . .419 
Homer's Collection Agency, Stockton , 1027 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS, 

I PierceChristian College, CollegeCity 21 and22 

I St. Joseph's Institute, Eureka, . . 249 



I Mount St. Mary's Academy, Grass 

Valley, 303 

German Conservatory of Music, Los 

Angeles, 379 

Los Angeles Business College, Los An- 
geles 391 

Los Angeles School of Art and Design 
Los Angeles 28 



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CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



Page 

Bisbee S. B., Oakland, , . .1187 
California College, Oaklan-I, . . 26 
Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart, Oakland, .... 25 
Field Seminary, Oakland, . . 24 
St. Mary's College, Oakland . . 25 
The Oaks Home and Day School, Oak- 
land, 23 

Orange County Collegiate Institute, 

Orange, 27 

Bellevue Academy, Redlands, . . 28 
San Diego Business College, San Diego, 651 
Heald's Business College, San Fran- 
cisco, opp. 596 

Larcher Edward, San Francisco, . 789 
Lorenzo Egidio, vSan Francisco, . .797 
Medical Departmeat of the University 

of California, San Francisco, . . 24 
St. Ignatius College, San Francisco, opp. 868 
Trinity School, San Francisco, . . 20 
California School of Elocution and Ora- 
tory, San Jos<', .... 29 
Garden City Business College and 
Academy, San Jose, front cover and 929 



Santa Clara College, Santa Clara, opp. 916 
Stockton Business College and Normal 

Institute, Stockton, backbone and opp. 1028 
Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart, Ukiah, .... 1059 
Woodland Business College, Woodland, 27 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Grangers' Business Association, Fresno, 273 
Avy Eugene, San Francisco, . . 677 
Dickson, De Wolf & Co, San Francisco, 725 
Jackson T. W. & Co., San Francisco, 1238 
Lawson F. A. & Co., San Francisco, . 916 
Montealegre & Co., San Francisco, . 817 
Newhall H. M. & Co., San, Francisco, 

inside front cover and right bottom lines 
Smith S. P. & W. H., San Francisco, 1294 
Sresovich L. G. & Co., San Francisco, 879 



Trafton G. A. & Co., Watsonville, . 1081 

CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, ETC. 

Seropian Brothqrs, Fresno, . . 277 

Hunnewell Mrs. Mary J., Lakeport . 3^3 

Lynn J. B., Middletown, . . .449 

Ransdell J. W., Middletown, . . 449 

Schneider B., Quincy, , . . 569 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Swain & Hudson, Marysville, . . 435 

Mauldin Bros. , Monterey, . . . 459 

Shorey F. A., Redlands, . . .581 

Brobeck & Co., San Diego, . . 637 



Page 

San Francisco Contracting Co., San 

Francisco, . . . . . 839 
Blair C. C, Stockton, .... 1021 

CONVEYANCERS. 

Hodgson J. H., Eureka, . . . 245 
Kellogg & Anderson, Fresno, . . 27 9 
Elliott John G., Merced, . . .441 

COOPERS. 

VVindeler George, San Francisco, . . 1529 

coopers' STOCK. 

Grant Richard, San Francisco, . .751 
Lawson F. A. & Co., San Francisco, . 916 

COPPERSMITHS. 

Shiels John & Sons, Riverside, . opp. 592 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Woody W. M., Pomona, . . . 563 
Glover J. B., Redlands, . . . f)81 

CUTLERS. 

Bemmerer A., San Francisco . . 1124 

DAIRY MACHINERY. 

Wickson G. U. & Co., Han Francisco, 

right top lines and opp. 9l>l 

DAYLIGHT REFLECTORS. 

Jackson P. H. & Co., San Francisco, . 1110 

DENTISTS. 

Colton Dental Association, San Fran- 
cisco, 1204 

Treadwell Mrs. Francis C, San Fran- 
cisco, . . . . . . 891 

DETECTIVE AGENCIES. 

Los Angeles Detective Bureau, Los 
Angeles, 391 

United States Detective Association, 
Sacramento, ..... 603 

Russell's Patrol and Detective Service, 
San Diego, ..... 651 

Curtin's Detective Agency, San Fran- 
cisco, 717 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Smith Alice E. , San Francisco, . . 875 

dressmakers' FINDINGS. 

Lipman&Co., San Francisco, . .1210 

DRUGGISTS. 

Buker & Colson, Fresno, . . .279 

Schneider B., Quincy, . . . 569 

Iseiman J. H., San Diego, . . . 655 

Zeile C. D., San Francisco, . opp. 805 

DRY GOODS. 

Lee Mrs. B,, Lakeport, . . . 343 
Manuel A. A., Monterey, ... . 459 



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ELECTRICAL WORKS. Page 

Knowland J. Electrical Co., Oak- 
land, . . left side lines and 501 
Hart well F. S., San Di^go, . . 643 
California Electrical Works, San Fran- 
cisco, . . corner cards in classified 

ELECTROTYPERS. 

{'ilmer-Rollins Electrotype Co., San 

Francisco, .... 775 and 1223 
Palmer & Key, San Francisco left top lines 

ELEVATING AND CONVEYING MACHINERY. 

Western Manufacturing Co. , San Fran- 
cisco, opp. 900 

ELEVATORS. 

Cahill & Hall, San Francisco, . . 697 
McNicoU A. J. & Co., San Francisco, 1224 

ENGINES AND BOILERS. 

Golden State and Miners' Iron Works, 

San Francisco, . right side lines and 8 
Huntington Frank A., San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 
San Francisco, . . left top lines and 6 

ENGRAVERS. 

Vogeler Bros, Chicago, . . . 1226 
Rapp Theo. , Los Angeles, . . . 403 
Acme Engraving Co., San Francisco, . 719 
Britton & Rey, San Francisco, . opp. 756 
Coon Matthew F., San Francisco, . 1225 
Dewey Engraving Co., San Francisco, 723 
Dickman-Jones Co., San Francisco, opp. 724 
Fischer & Cantelow, San Francisco, . 1225 
Francis, Valentine & Co. , San Fran- 
cisco, , . corner cards in classified 
Holstein R. 0., San Francisco, . .773 
Kafka Brothers, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Niles A. P., San Francisco, . . 827 
Palmer & Rey, San Francisco, left top lines 
Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co., 

San Francisco, . . . opp. 484 
Tyler W. B., San Francisco, . .1411 
Wood George M. & Co., San Francisco, 1225 

EXCAVATORS. 

Odorless Excavating Co., Los Angeles, 401 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

River Express Co., San Francisco and 
Stockton, , corner cards in classified 

FANCY GOODS. 

Lee Mrs. B., Lakeport, , . . 343 
4 



FANCY WOODS. Page 
Wigmore John & Son, San Francisco, 

backbone and 905 

FEATHERS. 

American Ostrich Co., Coronado, . 1127 

fertilizers! 
National Fertilizer Co., San Francisco, 

opp. 804 

Newhall H. M. & Co, San Francisco, 
right bottom lines and inside front cover 

FIRE WORKS MANUFACTURERS. 

Los Angeles Steam Calcium Lights and 

Fireworks, Los Angeles . . . 397 * 

FLAG MANUFACTURERS. 



Pasquale Benoit, San Francisco . . 913 

FLORISTS. 

Horsley, Eaton & Co., Ontario . . 1402 

Melde Henry, San Francisco, . . 1230 

Bourguignon E., San Jose . . . 921 



FLOUR MILL MACHINERY. 

Wagner Jos. Manufacturing Co., San 
Francisco, . . inside back cover 

FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

Dingley C. L. & Co., San Francisco, 

left bottom lines 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, opp. 372 
Empire Foundry, Marysville, . . 433 
Eagle Iron Foundry, San Francisco, 829 
Golden State and Miners' Iron Works, 

San Francisco, . right side lines and 8 
Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
Risdon Iron & Locomotive Works, San 

Francisco, . . left top lines and 6 
Western Manufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco opp. 9C0 

Smith & Waite, San Luis Obispo, . 951 
Stockton Iron Works, Stockton, . 1031 

FRUIT CANNERS. 

Elsinore Cannery and Packing House, 

Elsinore, 239 

FRUIT EVAPORATING MACHINERY. 

Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 

FRUIT EVAPORATORS. 

Cozzens Wm. W , San Jose, . . 1543 
Newby A. E., San Jose . 935 and 1216 

FRUIT GRADER MANUFACTURERS. 

Hamilton Wm. C, San Jose, - . 1234 

FURNISHING GOODS. 

Neustadter Bros., Sau Francisco, . 1251 

FURNITURE. 

Holloway L. & J., Cloverdale, . .197 
Euler H. & Co., San Francisco, . . 1255 



48 CALIFORNIA 

Page 

Frank H. W. & Co., San Francisco, . 1254 

Kragen S. & Co., Sun Francisco, . 1254 
Sloane W. & J. & Co. , San Francisco, 

corner cards and 1171 

GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES. 

Baron G. A., Fresno, . . . .281 

Cronan Wm., San Francisco, . . 1256 

gjENERAL STORES. 

Chamberlain P. P., Redwood Cily, . 583 

Wliitlock C. M., San Andreas, . . 627 

GLASS BENDING. 

Buttei-worth T. C. , San Francisco . 695 

Hopper & Schroeder, San Francisco, . 1269 

Mallon John, San Francisco, . . 807 

GLASS CUTTERS. 

Butterworth T. C, San Francisco, . 695 

Hopper & Schroeder, San Francisco, . 1269 

Mallon John, San Francisco, . . 807 

GLASS EMBOSSERS. 

Butterworth T. C, San Francisco, . 695 

Hopper & Schroeder, San Francisco, . 1269 

Mallon John, San Francisco, . . 807 

GLASS ENGRAVERS. 

Kaulfuss F. C, San Francisco . .1269 

GLASS STAINERS. 

Butterworth T. C. , San Francisco, . 695 

Hopper & Schroeder, San Francisco, . 1269 

Mallon John, San Francisco, . . 807 

GLOVE MANTFACTURERS. 

Carson & Fear, San Francisco, . . 1270 

GOLD AND SILVKR PLATERS. 

San Francisco Novelty and Plating 

Works, San Francisco, . . . 863 

GROCERS. 

Smith George A. , Fresno, . . . 279 

Young Bros., Middletown, . . . 451 

Manuel A. A., Monterej", . . . 459 

Woody W. M., Pomona, . . .563 

Glover J. B., Redlands, . . .581 

Weber & Co., Sacramento, . .617 

GUNS AND AMMUNITION. 

Schneider R. E., Redlands, . . 583 

' GUNSMITHS. 

Schneider R. E , Redlands, . . ^83 

Meri:ill J. W.. Riverside, . . 591 

HAIR DRESSERS. 

Johnson Mrs. W. , Los Angeles, . . 383 

HAIR GOODS. 

Plonsky Henry, San Francisco, . . 1291 

HAIR TONIC. 

Smith Don C. , Los Angeles, . . 409 



GAZETTEER 



HALLS. Page 

Lawrence Pavilion, Riverside, . . 589 

HARDWARE. 

Pouleur J. B. & Co., Areata . . 135 

Young Bros., Mi-ldletown, . . 451 

Munger & Grifl&th, Pasadena, . . 537 



HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. 

Smith S. P. & W. H., San Francisco, . 1294 

HARDWOOD LUMBER. 

Wigmore John & Son, San Francisco, 

backbone and 905 

HARVESTERS. 

Jackson Byron, San Franciico, . . 1 

HATTERS. 

Herrmann C. & Co., San Francisco, . 1295 

HORSE POWERS. 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, opp. 372 
Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
Woodin & Little, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Wilson R. F., Stockton, . . . 1019 

HORSESHOERS. 

Casey M, Oakland, . . . .491 
Andrews J. W., Sanel, . . .961 

HOSPITALS. 

Oakland Hospital and Hotel for In- 
valids, Oakland . . • . 1300 
Pacific Hospital, Stockton, back cover and 9 
Zeile CD. .... opp. 805 

HOTELS. 

Hotel Bella Vista, Alameda, . . 121 

Freeman's Hotel, Auburn, . . 139 

Union Hotel, Chico, .... 189 

Marlborough Hotel, Colton, . . 203 

Upper Soda Springs Hotel, Dunsmuir, 231 

Revere House, Eureka, . , . 249 

Arlington House, Fresno, . . . 281 

Grand Central Hotel, Fresno, . . 272 

Hotel Pleasanton, Fresno, . . . 270 

Kohler House, Fresno, . . . 277 

Ogle House, Fresno, .... 272 
Highland Springs Hotel, Highland 

Springs opp. 316 

Commercial Hotel, Kelseyville, . . 333 

Kelsey House, Kelseyville . . . 333 

Railroad Exchange Hotel, Kinu' City, . 335 

Grand Central Hotel, Lakeport, . . 341 
Lake Cottage, Lakeport, . . .341 

Hollenbeck Hotel, Los Angeles, . opp. 373, 

Cosmopolitan Hotel, Lower Lake . 423 

United States Hotel, Marysville, . 435 

Western Hotel, Marysville, . . 435 

Ross House, Modesto, . . . 453 



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Page 

Napa Hotel, Napa City, . opp. 468 

City Hotel, Nevada City, . . . 475 

Ontario Hotel, Ontario, . opp. 1308 

United States Hotel, Uroville, . . 1308 

St. Nicholas Hotel, Pasadena, . . 535 

Webster Hotel, Pasadena, . opp. 532 

Brown's Hotel, Pomona, . . . 561 

Hotel Marre, Port Harford, . . 1308 

The Roweli, Riverside, . . .589 

Abbott House, Salinas, . . . 623 



St. Charles Hotel, San Bernardino, opp. 1308 
Commercial Hotel, San Francisco, 

bottom edge and 711 
New Western Hotel, San Francisco, opp. 740 



Nucleus Hotel, San Jose, . . . 935 

Hotel Ramona, San Luis Obispo, . 947 

Occidental Hotel, San Miguel, . . 955 

Pacific House, Santa Ana, . . . 963 

American House, Santa Maria, . . 983 

Frasier House, Sisson, . . . 1005 

Orand Central Hotel, Stockton, . . 1025 

HYDRAULIC ENGINEERS. 

Cahill & Hall, San Francisco, . . 697 



HYDRAULIC PIPE MANUFACTURERS. 

Smith Francis & Co., San Francisco, 

left top lines 

INCUBATOR MANUFACTURERS. 

Rutledge James, Santa Ana, . . 967 

INK MANUFACTURERS. 

Wheeler & Wheeler, San Diego, . . 1315 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Maude A. C, Bakers Held, . . . 143 
Cutten & Rideout, Eureka, . . . 251 
Hodgson J. H., Eureka, . . . 245 
Dunlap F, R. & Co., Fresno, . . 273 
Tadlock & Shepherd, Fresno, left side lines 
Montgomery & Bradly, HoUister, . 317 
Besse & Sill, King City, . . . 335 
Smith A. A., Kingsburg, . . . 337 
Berry man A. & Co., Los Gatos, . . 419 
Elliott J. G., Merced, . . . .441 
Maxson C. W., Oceanside, . . . 517 
Ludlura T. B. & Co., Oroville, . . 527 
Bassett R. S., Pomona, . . . 559 
Honn Land Co., Redding . . . 820o 
Whitlock C. M,, San Andreas, . . 627 
Buckingham & Co., San Francisco, . 693 

Dickson Robert, front cover 

Newhall H. M. & Co., San Francisco, 

. inside front cover and right bottom lines 
Capp James B. , San Jose left top lines 

Swift A. C, San Miguel, . . .955 
€lay D. R. & Co., San Pedro, . . 957 





Page 


Marks I. G., Santa Ana, 


. 965 


Fish F. L. & Co., Santa Rosa, . 


. 989 


Knupp V. D., Visalia, 


. 1075 


Besse & Sill, Watson ville, . 


. 335 


GaflFey W. V. & Son, Watsonville, 


. 1079 


TraftonG. A. & Co., Watsonville, 


. 1081 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Home Life Insurance Co., Los Angeles, 385 

New Zealand Insurance Co., Los An- 
geles, 399 

Oakland Home Insurance Co., Oakland, 505 

Abstract and Title Insurance Co., San 
Diego 634 

^Etna Insurance Co., San Francisco, 

opp. inside back cover 

Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation, 

San Francisco, . front edge and 820n 

California Insurance Co., San Francisco 

right top lines 

California Titlelnsurance and Trust Co., 
San Francisco, corner cards in classified. 

Equity Benefit Ass'n, San Francisco, 

right side lines 

Fidelity and Casualty Co. of New York, 
San Francisco, ..... 820o 

Fireman, s Fund Insurance Co., San 

Francisco, corner cards and opp, 788 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co., San Fran- 
cisco, right top lines 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, 
San Francisco, . . right side lines 

Union Insurance Co., San Francisco, 

back cover 

INVESTMENT BANKERS. 

Webster E. C. & Co., Pasadena, opp. 532 

IRON FENCE MANUFACTURERS. 

Palm Brothers, Sacramento, . . 613 

IRON WORKS. 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, opp. 372 
Empire Foundry, Marysville, . . 433 
Palm Brothers, Sacramento, . .613 
Eagle Iron Foundry, San Francisco, . 829 
Golden State and Miners' Iron Works 

San Francisco, right side lines and 8 
Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
McCormick J. T., San Francisco, . 1532 
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 

left top lines and (j» 
Western Manufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco, ..... opp. 9( 
Smith & Waite, San Luis Obis])o, . 951 
Stockton Iron Works, Stockton, . 1031 



50 CALIFORNIA 

IRON AND STEEL PIPE. Page 

Lacy Manufacturing Co., Los Angeles, 389 
Smith Francis & Co. , San Francisco, 

left top lines 

JAPANESE GOODS. 

Ichi Ban, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Nishimura & Co., San Francisco, 

opp. inside back cover 

JEWELRY MANUFACTURERS. 



Entenmann Carl, Los Angeles, . . 365 

Miller W. A. L., San Francisco, . . 1324 

Ott August L., San Francisco, . . 1325 

LABEL PRINTERS. 



Dickman, Jones Co., San Francisco, opp. 724 
Schmidt Label & Lithographic Co., San 



Francisco, .... opp. 484 

LAND AGENTS. 

Maxson C. W., Oceanside, . . . 517 
Capp James B., San Jose, left top lines 
Wilhoit R. E. & Sons, Stockton, . 1035 

LAND COMPANCES. 

Arroyo Grande Land Co., Arroyo 

Grande, 137 

Land Department of J. B. Haggin, 
Bakersfield, . ... 84 

Thermalito Colony, Oroville, . . 527 

Honn Land Co., Redding, . . . 820o 

LATHS AND SHINGLES. 

Taylor Henry W., Berkeley, . .155 

LAWYERS. 

Cooper L. F. , Crescent City, . .217 

Smith S. F., Oceanside, . . .517 

Wiley & Dozier, Redding, . . .575 

Potter Harvey, Riverside, . . . 591 

Jenkins L. B., Salinas, . . .623 

Nisbet H. W., San Bernardino, . . 631 

Peck Zue G., San Bernardino, . . 631 

Burnett L G. , San Diego, . . .639 

Capps T. J., San Diego, . . .639 

Hubbard Charles G., San Diego, . 645 

Jones & O'Donnell, San Francisco, . 779 

Swift A. C, San Miguel, . . . 955 

McKelvey Charles S., Santa Ana, . 965 

Good W.B., Selma, . . . .997 

LITERARY BUREAUS. 



Pacific Coast Literary Bureau, San 

Francisco, . . ' . . 658 

LITHOGRAPHERS. 

Britton & Rey, San Francisco, opp. 756 
Dickman- Jones Co. , San Francisco, opp. 724 
Kafka Bros., San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 



GAZETTEER 

Page 

Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co., 

San Francisco, . . ' . opp. 484 

LIVE STOCK RAISERS. 

Straube Simon N. , Fresno, . opp. 284 



LIVERY STABLES. 



Harpst George W., Areata, 


. 1.35 


Austin & Reichard, Los Angeles, 


. 363 


Bullard & Hunter, Los Gatos, 


. 419 


Fashion Stables, Middletown, 


. 447 


Pioneer Stables, Middletown, 


. 449 


Gardner Bros. , Napa City, . 


. 467 


Brown David, Orland, 


. 325 


rrost U. o., rasadena. 


535 


Newton W. S., Pomona, 


XC 1 

00 1 


olosson C Jd.., Kiverside, 


. 593 


Pfau & Co., San Jose, 


. 937 


Newlove J. H., San Lucas, 


. 945 


Sloan & Masengill, San Miguel, . 


. 955 


Slusser & Fisk, San Miguel, 


. 955 


Hill Thurston, Sisson, 


. 10U5 


LOAN AGENTS. 




Cutten & Rideout, Eureka, 


. 251 


Hodgson J. H., Eureka, 


. 245 


Cureton W. H., Fresno, 


. 277 


Tadlock & Shepherd, Fresno, left side lines 


Smith A. A., Kingsburg, 


. 337 


Berry man A. & Co., Los Gatos, 


. 419 


Maxson C. W., Oceanside, . 


. 517 


Fish F. L. & Co., Santa Rosa, 


. 989 


Wilhoit R. E. & Sons, Stockton, 


. 1035 


Knnpp V. D., Visalia, 


. 1075 


LOCK MANUFACTURERS. 




Periam C. J. & Co., San Francisco, 


. 841 


LOCKSMITHS. 




Young Eleazer J., Ukiah, 


1061 


LODGING HOUSES. 




Anderson Mrs. S. T. , Los Angeles, 


. 361 


LUBRICATING COMPOUNDS. 




Nelson S. P. & Co., San Francisco 


. 825 


LUMBER. 




Taylor Henry W. , Berkeley, 


. 155 


Dingley C. L. & Co., San Francisco, 




left bottom lines 


Harris & Jones, San Francisco, . 


; 136a 


McKay & Co., San Francisco, 


. 803 


Sierra Lumber Co., San Francisco, 


. 873 



Santa Clara Valley Mill and Lumber 

Co., San Jose, ..... 939 
Grover & Co., Santa Cruz, . . . 977 
Hihn F A. Co., Sauta Cruz, . . 1362. 
Sant I Cruz Lumber Co. , Santa Qruz, . 981 



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MACHINISTS. Page 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, opp. 372 

Schneider R. E., Redlands, . , 583 

Merrill J. W., Riverside, . . .591 

Palm Brothers, Sacramento, . .613 

BigelowJ. K., San Francisco, . . 683 

Cahill & Hall, San Francisco, . . 697 



Dow Steam Pump Works, San Fran- 
cisco, . . . ' - . . 1436 
Golden State and Miners' Iron Works, 

San Francisco, right side lines and 8 
Huntington F. A., San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
Palmer & Rey, San Francisco, left top lines 
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 

San Francisco, left top lines and 6 
Schoenstein F. B., San Francisco, . 1366 
Wagner Jos. Manufacturing Co. , San 

Francisco, inside back cover 

Wedgwood William, San Francisco, . 809 
Western Manufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... opp. 900 
Smith & Waite, San Luis Obispo, . 951 
Young Eleazer J., Ukiah, . . . 1061 

machinists' supplies. 
Stallman Charles, San Francisco, . 1.366 

MAGIC LANTERNS AND SUPPLIES. 

Partridge Sam C, San Francisco, opp. 836 

MANTELS AND GRATES. 

Daniel John & Co., San Francisco, opp. 805 
Montague W. W. & Co., San Francisco, 

corner cards 



manufacturers' AGENTS. 

Linforth James, 797 

Mathews H. Allen, San Francisco, . 811 
Shand David C. & Co., San Francisco, 1367 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Chatain & Giletti, San Francisco, . 1368 
Daniel John & Co., San Francisco, opp. 805 
Dumontelle Eugene, San Francisco, . 1368 
Ruffino & Bianchi, San Francisco, . 1368 

MASTIC ROOFING. 

Merrell I. L., San Francisco, . . 1 

MEAT MARKKTS. 

Boley E. M., Redlands . . . 579 
Wilkinson C. P., Riverside, . . 593 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. 

Schneider R. E., Redlands, . . 583 

MEDICAL SUPPLIES. 

Duncombe Wm. S. & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, 1420 



MERCANTILE AGENCIKS. Page 

United States Mercantile Agency, Los 
Angeles, 393 

METALS. 

Pouleur J. B. & Co., Areata, . . 135 
Montague W. W. & Co., San Francisco, 

corner cards 

MILL BUILDERS. 

Wagner Jos. Mnfg. Co,, San Fran- 
cisco, . . . inside back cover 

MILLINERY. 

Lee Mrs. B., Lakeport, . . . 343 

MILLING ENGINEERS. 

Wagner Jos. Mnfg. Co. , San Fran- 
cisco, . . . inside back cover 

MINERAL SPRINGS. 

Newsom's Arroyo (xrande Warm 



Springs, Arroyo Grande, . . . 137 

Noble E. T., Highland Springs, opp. 316 

MINING ENGINEERS. 

Brackins Sam E., Redding, . . 575 



MINING MACHINERY. 

Huntington F. A. , San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 

MONUMENTS AND STATUARY. 

Daniel John & Co. , San Francisco, opp. 805 
Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

De Leval Miss H. , Los Angeles, . 1 387 
German Conservatory of Music, Los 

Angeles, . . . . . . 379 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Bonstell W. T., Eureka, . . . 251 
Gray Matthias Co., San Francisco, 

corner cards 

NEWS DEALERS. 

Lynn J. B., Middletown, . . . 449 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Semi- Weekly Budget, Anaheim, . .129 
Placer Argus, Auburn, . . . 139 
Kern County Californian, Bakersfield, 143 
Biggs' Argus, Biggs, . . . .159 
Chico Chronicle Record, Chico, . .187 
Chico Enterprise, Chico, . . .189 
Corning Observer, Corning, . . 21 1 
The Mercury, Coronado, . . . 213 
Humboldt Standard, Eureka, . . 245 
Humboldt Times, Eureka, . . . 247 
The Western Watchman, Eureka, . 251 
Expositor, Fresno, .... 275 
Republican, Fresno, .... 273 
New Era, Kelseyville, . . . 333 
Court Journal, Los Angeles, . . 397 



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CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



Page 

Daily Tribune, Los Angeles, opp. 373 
El Monitor Mexicano, Los Angeles, . 385 
Evening Express, Los Angeles, . . 377 
Glendale Encinal, Los Angeles, . . 365 
La Cronica, Los Angeles, . . . 361 
Le Progres, Los Angeles, . . . 387 
Los Angeles Star, Los Angeles, . . 150S 
Spanish American Review, Los Ange- 
les, 379 

The Porcupine, Los Angeles, . .361 
The Times, Los Angeles, . . .393 
Madera Mercury, Madera, . . . 437 
Marysville Appeal, Marys ville, . . 431 
Marysville Democrat, Marysville, . 433 
Maxwell Mercury, Maxwell, . . 437 
Merced Weekly Journal, Merced, . 441 
Middletown Independent, Middletown, 447 
Monrovia Messenger, Monrovia, . . 457 
Napa Journal, Napa City, . . . 469 
Daily Transcript, Nevada City, . . 475 
Nevada Daily Herald, Nevada City, . 475 
Evening Tribune, Oakland, . . 501 
Morning Times, Oakland, . . . 507 
Oakland Enquirer, Oakland, . . 507 
Oroville Daily Mercury, Oroville, . 527 
Pasadena Star, Pasadena, . . . 537 
The Moon, Paso Robles, , . . 541 
Pomona Daily Times, Pomona, . . 561 
Pomona Times-Courier, Pomona, . 561 
Daily Sentinel, Red BluflF, . . .573 
Red Bluff News, Red Bluff, . . 573 
The Citrograph, Redlauds, , . . 579 
Press and Horticulturist, Riverside, . 591 
Riverside Daily Press, Riverside, . 591 
The Phoenix, Riverside, . . .589 
Nord California Herald and Sacramen- 
to Journal, Sacramento, . . .613 
Salinas Democrat, Salinas, . . . 625 
Salinas Weekly hidex, Salinas, . . 625 
Courier, San Bernardino, . . . 629 
Daily Times-Index, San Bernardino, . 633 
Golden Era, San Diego, . , . 643 
San Diego Sun, San "Diego, . opp. 644 
California Fruit Grower, San Francisco, 657 
Evening Bulletin, San Francisco, 735 and 737 
Herald of Trade, San Francisco, . , 657 
La Voce del Popolo, San Francisco, . 703 
L'ltalia, San Francisco, . . . 658 
Morning Call, San Francisco, . . 861 
Overland Monthly, San Francisco, . 659 
Pacific Medical Journal, San Francisco, 820p 
Pacific Union, San Francisco, . . 657 
Political Record, San Francisco, . 691 



San Francisco Chroniule, San Francisco, 
left bottom 
Young Californian, San Francisco, 
San Jose Evening News, San Jose, 
San Jose Mercury, San Jose, 
San Jose Times, San Jose, . 
Santa Clara Valley, San Jose, 
San Lucas Herald, San Lucas, 
Daily Republic, San Luis Obispo, 
The Blade, Santa Ana, 
Daily Independent, Santa Barbara, . 
Selma Irrigator, Selma, 
Mount Shasta Herald, Sisson, 
Stockton Daily Independent, Stockton, 
Stockton Mail, Stockton, . 
Traver Advocate, Traver, . 
Templeton Advance and Rural Scout, 
Templeton, ..... 
Dispatch Democrat, Ukiah, 
Vaca Valley Enterprise, Vacaville, 
Tulare County Times, Visalia, . 
Visalia Delta, Visalia, 
The Farmer, Williams, 
Willows Journal, Willows, . . . 
Woodland Mail, VVoodland, 
Yreka Journal, Yreka, 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Schmidt George, Berkeley, . 
Hogue S. L., Fresno, 
Tadlock Frank E. Jr., Fresno, left side 
Elliott John G., Merced . 
Ransdell J. W., Middletown, 
Smith S. F., Oceanside, 
Peck Zue G. , San Bernardino, . 
Hubbard Charles G., San Diego, 
Capp James B. , San Jose, left top 
Rogers E. P., San Luis Obispo, 
Swift A. C, San Miguel, . 
McKelvey Charles S. , Santa Ana, 
Good W. B., Selma, . . . . 

NOTION!;'. 

Lee Mrs. B., Lakeport, 

NURSERIES. 

Carroll Tim, Anaheim,. . opp, 

Brightwood Orchard and Nursery Co., 

Colusa, ..... 
Fancher Creek Nursery', Fresno, . 
Appledale Nurseries, Lakeport, . 
Diamond Spring Nursery, Lakeport 
Oak Mound Nursery, Lakeport, 
McKinlay S. , Los Angeles, ' . 
Horsley, Eaton & Co., Ontario, . 
Park Nursery Co. , Pasadena, 

right bottom lines and 



Page 

lines 
1103 
941 
935 
939 
923 
945 
949 
963 
971 
997 
1005 
1033 
1023 
1051 

1047 
1059 
1063 
1075 
1073 
1087 
1091 
1095 
1103 

155 
281 

lines 
441 
449 
517 
631 
645 

lines 
951 
955 
965 
997 

343 

. 128 

205 
271 
341 
343 
341 
395 
1402 

1401 



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Page 

Strong W. R. & Co., Pomona, . . 563 
Kohler's Nurseries, Saint Helena, . 621 
Bourguignon E., San Jose, . . . 921 
>anta Barbara Nursery, Santa Bar- 
bara, 969 

Santa Rosa Nurseries, Santa Rosa, . 987 
Winger Benjamin, Santa Rosa, . . . 993 

OCULISTS AND AURISTS. 

Pardee E. H. & Geo. C, San Fran- 
cisco, . . corner cards in classified 

OILS. 

Nelson S. P. & Co., San Francisco, . 825 

OPTICIANS. 

Strassburger N., Los Angeles, . .411 
Hirsch, Kahn & Co., San Francisco, . 767 

ORE SAMPLERS. 

Shedd & Henderson Ore Milling and 
Sampling Co., San Bernardino, . 631 

OYSTER DEALERS. 

Moraghan M. B., San Francisco, . 1405 

PAINTERS. 

Ganong & Foster, Pasadena, . . 535 

PAINTS AND OILS. 

Hueter Bros. & Co., San Francisco, . 770 

PA>'()RAMAS. 

Battle of G-ettj'sburg, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified and opp. 676 

PAPER HANGERS. 

Ganong & Foster, Pasadena, . . 535 
McPhun Wm., San Francisco, . . 1527 

PAPER MANUFACTURERS. 

Taylor S. P. & Co., San Francisco, . 907 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

Robbins Tom, Lakeport, . . opp. 340 

PATTERN AND MODEL MAKERS. 

Murphey Wm L., San Francisco, . 821 

PAVING COMPANIES. 

Granolithic Paving Co., San Francisco, 1411 

PHOTa ENGRAVERS. 

Vogeler Bros., Chicago . . . 1226 
Britton & Rey, San Francisco, . opp. 756 
Dewey Engraving Co., San Francisco, 723 
Dickman Jones Co., San Francisco, opp. 724 
MacCabe & Co., San Francisco, . . 805 
Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co., 

San Fran isco, .... opp. 484 
Tyler Wm. B., San Francisco, . . 1411 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Schumacher F. G., Los Angeles, . 407 
Clark George P., Napa City, . . 467 



Page 

Webster F. A., Oakland, . . .513 
Hill & Watkins, San Jose, . . .931 

photographers' SUPPLIES. 

Partridge Sam C, San Francisco, opp 836 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bluett W. H., Oakland, . 491 and 913 



Jones A. Isaac, San Francisco, . . 1421 

Loryea A. M., San Francisco, . . 799- 

Porterfield & Losey, San Francisco, . 1422 

PIANOS AND ORGANS, 

Bonstell W. T., Eureka, . . . 251 

Bassett R. S., Pomona, . . . 559 
Dewing J. Co., San Francisco, 



left bottom lines 
Gray Matthias Co., San Francisco, 

corner cards 

picture frames. 
Lynn J. B., Middletown, . . .449 
Ward George h ., Riverside, . . 593 

PLANIVG mills. 

Swain & Hudson, Marysville, . . 435 

Walker & Banta, Riverside, . . 593 

Bolander L. Ph , San Francisco, . 687 
Alameda Planing and Moulding Mills, 

San Jose, ..... 919 

Smith & Waite, San Luis Obispo, . 951 

Stockton Planing Mills, Stockton, . 1035 

PLATING SVORKS. 

San Fi^ancisco Novelty and Plating 
Works, San Francisco, . . . 863 
PLOW manufacturers. 
Shaw H. C. Plow Work?, Stockton, 

left side lines 

plumbers and GAS FITTERS. 

Shiels John & Sons, Riverside, . opp. 592 
Johnston & Patterson, San Diego . 643 

plumbers' supplies. 
Montague W^ W^ & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... corner cards 
Woodin & Little, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
potteries. 
Clark N. & Son, San Francisco, 

right bottom lines 
poultry cure. 
Rutledge James, Santa Ana, . . flG7 

poultry dealers. 
Smith George A., Fresno, . . . 279 

poultry powder. 
Bear Ben L., Los Angeles, . . . 358 



54 CALIFORNIA 



PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB. Page 

Fresno Publishing House, Fresno, . 277 
Thomas W. B. & Co., Los Angeles, . 413 
Bacon & Co., San Francisco, . opp. 932 
Bruce Donald, San Francisco, . . 691 
Diers P. M. & Co., San Francisco, . 660 
Francis, Valentine & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, corner cards in classified 
Hicks- Judd Co., San Francisco, . opp. 708 
Hughes Edward C. , San Francisco, . 771 
Kafka Brothers, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Samuel Brothers, San Francisco . . 1432 
Thomas P. J., San Francisco . . 1433 
Woodward W. A. & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, 820p 

printers' supplies. 
Palmer & Rey, San Francisco, left top lines 

PRODUCE. 

Manuel A. A., Monterey, . . . 459 

provisions. 
Smith George A., Fresno, . . . 279 

PUBLISHERS. 

Dewing J. Co., San Francisco, 

left bottom lines. 

PUMPING MACHINERY. 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, opp. 372 

Dow Steam Pump Warks, San Fran- 
cisco, . . . . . . 1436 

Golden State and Miners'. Iron Works, 
San Francisco, right side lines and 8 

Risdon lron and Locomotive Works, 
San Francisco, left top lines and 6 

PUMPS. 

Pouleur J. B. & Co., Areata, . .135 
Montague W. W. & Co., Los Angeles, 

corner cards 
Dow Steam Pump Works, San Francis- 
co, ...... 1436 

Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
Montague W. W. & Co., San Francis- 
co .... . corner cards 

Pacific Manufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco, . .left bottom lines and 15f5 
Wainwright Wm., San Francisco, . 915 
Woodin & Little, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Relief Windmill Co., Stockton, . 1526 

Wilson R. F., Stockton, . . . 1019 

PURCHASING AGENTS. 

Mathews H. Allen, San Francisco, . 811 



GAZETTEER 



QUARTZ MILL BUILDERS. Page 

Huntington F. A., San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 



RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Chicago and Grand Trunk R'y, 

Chicago, . . . . .16 

Chicago, M. & St. Paul R. R. , Chicago, 17 

Wisconsin Central R'y, Milwaukee, . 15 

St. Paul M. & M R'y, St. Paul, . 18 

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Co., San 
Francisco, .... 11 and 12 

Chicago and North Western Railway, 
San Francisco, . . . opp. 996 

North Pacific Coast Railroad Co., San 
Francisco, . .... 3 

Oregon Development Co., San Fran- 
cisco, 10 

San Francisco and North Pacific Rail- 
way Co., San Francisco, . . 2 

Southern Pacific Co., San Francisco, 



opp. 324 and 356 
Union Pacific Railway, San Francisco, 

top edge and 13 and 14 



REAL ESTATE. 

Pierce J. B., Anaheim, . . . 129 
Arroyo Grande Land Co., Arroyo 

Grande, 137 

Maude A. C, Bakersfield, . . . 143 
Schmidt George, Berkeley, . .155 
Cutten & Rideout, Eureka, . . 251 
Hodgson J. H., Eureka, . . . 245 
Cureton W. H., Fresno, . . .277 
Dunlap F. R. & Co., Fresno, . . 273 
Freeman George E., Fresno, . . 279 
Kellogg & Anderson, Fresno, . . 279 
Moodey & Bretzner, Fresno, 

right side lines and 275 
Tadlock & Shepherd, Fresno, left side lines 
Montgomery & Bradly, Hollister, . 317 
Besse & Sill, King City, . . . 335 
Smith A. A., Kingsburg, . . . 337 
Hunter & Meadows, Los Angeles, . 385 
Berry man A. & Co., LosGatos, . .419 
Elliott J. G., Merced, . . .441 
Ostrander & Sons, Merced, . . . 443 
Graham & Read, Middletown, . . 447 
Dingee W. J., Oakland, 

corner cards in classified and 1442 
Maxson C. W., Oceanside, . . .517 
Ludlum T. B. & Co , OroviUe^ . . 527 
Thermalito Colony Co., Oroville, . 527 
Stowell & Booth, Paso Robles, . . 541 
Bassett R. S., Pomona, . . .559 
Honn Land Co., Redding, . . . 820o 



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I'age 

Becker 0. W. & Co., San Francisco, . 1444 
Buckingham & C^o., San Francisco, . 693 
Ciiapin George W,, San Francisco, 

right side lines and 705 
Fisher Charles C , San Francisco, 

739 and 1029 

Rosseter J, H., San Francisco, . . 857 
Russell E. T., San Francisco, . . 857 
Turner J. F., San Francisco, . . 891 
Capp J. B., San Jose, left top lines 

Purdy & Hoag, San Jose, . . . 937 
Swift A. C, San Miguel, . . . 955 
Clay D. R. & Co., San Pedro, . . 957 
Hihn F. A. Co., Santa Cruz, . .1362 
Fish F. L. & Co., Santa Rosa, . . 989 
Montgomery R. E., Sisson, . . 1005 
Wilhoit R. E. & Sons, Stockton, . 1035 
Knup V. D., Visalia, . . . 1075 

Beese & Sill, Watson ville, . . . 335 
Gaffey W. V. & Son, Watsonville, . 1079 

REGALIA MANUFACTURERS. 

Pasquale Benoit, San Francisco, . . 913 

RESTAURANTS. 

Rockaway Oyster and Chop House, 

Los Angeles, 405 

ROACH EXTERMINATOR. 

Baines A. B. &,H. S., Buffalo, . .1543 

ROCK BREAKERS. 

Huntington F. A., San Francisco, 

corner . ards in classified 
The Gates Ore and Rock Breaker, San 
Fraucisco, . . . opp. 852 

RUBBER STAMPS. 

Ames, Parker & Co., San Francisco, 

inside back cover 
Klinkner C. A. & Co., San Francisco, opp. 741 
Oakley A. D., San Francisco, . . 831 
Truworthy F. M., San Francisco, 1455 & 1498 

SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS. 

Schweizer C. A., Fresno, . . . 1455 

Morby P. J. , Lakeport, . . .343 

Raycraft George S., Lower Lake, . 423 

Richardson George A., Pasadena, . 539 

SAFES. 

Mighell & Richards, San Francisco, . 1459 
Periam C. J. & Co., San Fraucisco, . 841 

SASHES, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

Chicago Bldg. and Theatre Supply Co., 

-Chicago, I486 

Walker & Banta, Riverside, . . 593 
Harris & Jones, San Francisco, . . 1360 
Sierra Lumber Co., San Fraucisco, . 873 



Page 

Alameda PJaning and Moulding Mills, 

San Jose, 919 

White & Thomas, Stockton, . . 1035 

SAW MILL MACHINERY. 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, . opp. 372 
Golden State and Miners' Iron Works, 

San Francisco, right side lines ai d 8 
Norton-Cook -Pratt Co, San Francisco, 828 
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 

San Francisco, left top lines and 6 
Western .Vlanufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco opp. 900 

SCHOOLS OF LANGUAGES. 

Viole Felix, Los Angeles, . . . 1508 
Larcher Edward, San Francisco, . . 789 
Lorenzi Egidio, San Francisco, . . 797 

SEEDS. 

The Albert Dickinson Co., Chicago . 1488 

SEWER FIFE. 

Shiels John & Sons, Riverside, . opp. 692 
Clark N. & Sons, San Francisco, 

right bottom lines 

SHEET IRON. 

Lawson F. A. & C, San Francisco, . 916 
Montague W. W. & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... corner cards 

StIEET IRON WORKERS. 

Lacy Manufacturing Co., Los Angeles, 389 

SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.S. 

Newhall H. M. & Co., San Francisco, 

inside front cover and right bottom lines 

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 

Neuberg Ad. & Co., »San Francisco, . 1491 
Neustadter Bros., San Francisco, . 1251 

SHOW CASES. 

Armstrong T. J., San Diego, . , 637 
Bernstein & Co., San Francisco, . . 149.i 
Dixon, Borgeson & Co., San Francisco, 

left bottom lines and 1492 
Teubner G., San Francisco, . opp. 805 

SKYLIGHTS. 

Baron G. A., Fresno, . . . .281 
Cronan Wm., San Francisco, . . 1256 
Jackson P. H. & Co., San Francisco, . 1110 

SLATE ROOFERS. 

Cronan Wm., San Francisco, . . 1256 

STAGE LINES. 

Chico and Oroville Daily Stage Line, 

Chico, ..." . . 187 

Chico Stage Line, Chico, . . . 189 



56 CALIFORNIA 

California, Oregon & Idaho Stage Co., 

San Franoisco, ..... 699 
Garden City Stage Line, San Jose, . 921 

STAINED GLASS. 

Butter worth T. C, San Francisco, . 695 
Hopper & Schroeder, San Francisco, . 1269 
Mallon John, San Francisco, . . 807 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Chicago Bldg. and Theatre Supply Co. , 

Chicago, 1486 

Swain & Hudson, Marysville, . . 435 
Laugland N. P., San Francisco, . . 789 

STATIONERS. 

Fresno Publishing House, Fresno, . 277 
Lynn J. B., Middletown, . . . 449 

STEAM PACKING. 

Nelson S. P. & Co., San Francisco, . 825 

STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. 

Bartlett Springs & Clear Lake Steamer 
Co., Lakeport, . . . opp. 340 

STEAMSHIP AGENTS. 

Myer Abraham W., San Francisco, 

right bottom lines 

STEAMSHIP COMPANIES. 

Oregon Development Co., San Fran- 
cisco, 10 

Oregon Railway and Navigation Co., 
San Francisco, .... 5 

Pacific Coast S. S. Co., San Francisco, 5 

STEEL. 

Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 

STENCIL CUTTERS. 

Buchanan & Co., San Francisco, . .1155 
Ridley A. E. & Co., San Francisco, 

1155 and 1499 

Truworthy F. M., San Francisco, 1455 & 1498 
Wood George M. & Co., San Francisco, 1225 

» STEREOTYPERS. 

Thomas W. B. & Co., Los Angeles, . 413 
Filmer-Rollins Electrotype Co., San 

Francisco, . . . .775 and 1223 
Palmer & Rey, San Francisco, left top lines 

STONEWARE. 

Clark N. & Sons, San Franc'sco, 

right bottom lirfes 

STOVES AND TINWARE. 

Pouleur J. B. & Co., Areata, . . 135 
Montague W. W. & Co., Los Angeles, 

corner cards 

Munger & Griffith, Pasadena, . . 537 
Montague W. W. • & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... corner cards 



GAZETTEER 

SUGAR MACHINERY. Page 

Linforth James, San Francisco, . . 797 

SURGICAL INSTITUTES. 

National Surgical Institute, San Fran- 
cisco, . 1501 

SURGICAL IKSTRFMENTS AND SUPPLIES. 

Duncombe Wm. S., San Francisco, . 1420 

surveyors' INSTRUMENTS. 

Lietz A. & Co., San Francisco, . . 1501 

TAILORS, ladies'. 

Lacam Henry, San Francisco, . . 1502. 

tailors' TRIMMINGS. 

Reiss Bros. & Co., San Francisco, . 1184 
Rothschild & Schoenberg, San Fran- 
cisco, . . . , . . 1506 

TANK MANUFACTURERS. 

Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, opp. 372 
Lacy Mnfg. Co., Los Angeles, . . 389* 
Pacific Mnfg. Co., San Francisco, 

left bottom lines and 1525- 
Windeler (ieorge, San Francisco^ . 1529^ 
Woodin & Little, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 
Alameda Planing and Moulding Mills, 

San Jose, . , . . . . 91 9 
Relief Windmill Co., Stockton, . . 1526 
Wilson R. F., Stockton, . . .1019 

TANNERS. 

McMillan James & Co., Minneapolis, . 1507 
Sawyer Tanning Co., Napa City, . 469 

TEA IVEALERS. 

Hanly G. T. & Co,, Los Angeles, . .1508 
Fuji Co., San Francisco, right side lines 

TILES,. ILLUMINATED. 

Jackson P. H. & Co. San Francisco, .1110 

TIN ROOFERS. 

Cronan Wm., San Francisco, . . 1256 

TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKERS. 

Baron G. A., Fresno, .... 281 
Lee John & Co., San Francisco, . 791 
Montague W. W. & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... corner cards 

tinners' SUPPLIES. 

Montague W. W. & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... corner cards 

TINSMITHS. 

Shiels John & Sons, Riverside, . opp. 592 

title INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Abstract and Title Insurance Co., San 
Diego, ...... 634 



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Page 

California Title Insurance and Trust 
Co. , San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 

TOOL MAKERS. 

American Tool Works, San Francisco, 1524 

TREE SPRAYING APPARATUS. 

Wainwright Wm,, San Francisco, . 915 

TRUCK MANUFACTURERS. 

Schindler Henry B. , San Francisco, . 865 

TRUSSES. 

Blackburn J. S. & Co., Salt Lake, 

back cover and 915 

TUBE MANUFACTURERS. 

American Tube Works, Chicago, 

1156, 1195 and 1435 

TYPE FOUNDERS. 

Palmer & E,ey, San Francisco, left top lines 

type-writers' SUPPLIES. 

Ames, Parker & Co., San Francisco, . 

inside back cover 
Wickson G. G. & Co. , San Francisco, 

right top lines and 901 

TYPE- WRITING MACHINES. 

Wickson G. G. & Co., San Francisco, 

right top lines and 901 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Hollo way L. & J., Cloverdale, . .197 
Ward G. F., Riverside, . . .593 

UPHOLSTERERS' GOODS. 

Sloane W. & J. & Co., San Francisco, 

corner cards and 1171 

VACCINE. 

Pettet, J. M. D., Cleveland, Ohio, . 1414 
National Union Vaccine Co., Engle- 
wood, ni., 1213 

VARNISH MANUFACTURERS. 

Hueter Bros. & Co., San Francisco, . 770 

VAULT LIGHTS. 

Jackson P. H. & Co., San Francisco, . 1110 

VENTILATORS. 

Cronan Wm., San Francisco, . . 12o6 
Jackson P. H. & Co., San Francisco, . 1110 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Casey M., Oakland, . . . .491 

VINEYARD TOOLS. 

Fresno Agricultural Works, Fresno, . 270 
Wickson G. G. & Co., San Francisco, 

right top lines and 901 



WAGON MANUFACTURERS. Page 

Sanborn A. W. & Co., San Francisco, 

opposite 884 

Schindler H. B., San Francisco, . . 865- 

WALL PAPER. 

McPhun Wm., San Francisco, . . 1527 

WAREHOUSES. 

Mission Rock Grain Dock and Ware- 
houses, San Francisco, . . .817 

WATCH CASE MAKERS. 

Harris Charles J. , San Francisco, . 1324 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 

TuUy C. H., Middletown, . . . 449 
Wenzel R. G., San Francisco, . . 901 

WATER PIPE. 

Lacy Manufacturing Co., Los Angeles, 389' 
Shiels John & Sons, Riverside, opp. 592 
Montague W. W. & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, .... corner cards 
Smith Francis & Co., San Francisco, 

left top lines 
Woodin & Little, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classified 

WATER WHEELS. 

Pelton Water Wheel Co., San Francisco, 

back cover and opp. 852 

WHARF BUILDERS. 

American Bridge and Building Co., San 

Francisco, front cover and opposite 692 
McMahon B. & Son, San Francisco, opp. 804 

WHITEWASHING MACHINES. 

Wainwright Wm., San Francisco, . 915 

WINDMILLS, 

Jackson Byron, San Francisco, . . 1 
Linforth James, San Francisco, . .797 
Pacific Manufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco, . left bottom lines and 1525^' 
Woodin & Little, San Francisco, 

corner cards in classitied 
Saunders E. B. , San Jose, . . . 927 
Relief Windmill Co., Stockton, . .1526' 
Wilson R. F., Stockton, . . . 1019 

WINDOW SHADES. 

McPhun Wm., San Francisco, . . 1527 

WINE CASK MANUFACTURERS. 

Windeler George, San Francisco, . 1529' 

WINE MANUFACTURERS. 

Lobree D., Middletown, . . . 447 
Santa Cruz Mountain Wine Co., San- 
ta Cruz, 981 



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Davisson Daniel D., Sonoma, . . 1011 

WINES AND LIQUORS — WHOLESALE. 

Chapman Wilfred B., San Francisco, 

left side lines and 707 
Naber, Alfs & Brune, San Francisco, 

backbone 

WIRE WORKS. 

Mitchels & Garner, Oakland, . . 1533 
McCormick John T., San Francisco, . 1532 
S:in Francisco Wire Works, San Fran- 
cisco, .... left side lines 
Wass D. D., San Francisco, 

right bottom lines 



WOOD CARPETS. Page 

Moore E. B. & Co., Chicago . . 30 

WOOD TURNERS. 

Bolander L. Ph., San Francisco, . . 687 

LauglandN. P., San Francisco, . . 789 

WOOD TURNING MACHINERY. 

Norton-Cook-Pratt Co., San Francisco, 828 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE. 

Armes & Dallam, San Francisco, . 1536 

ZINCOGRAPHERS. 

MacCabe & Co., San Francisco, . 805 

Tyler W. B., San Francisco, . .1411 



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STATE OF CALIFOKNIA. 



To de3cril)e California is to describe not a state, but an empire. In diversity of soil, 
climate, and productions it easily equals any half-dozen of the other states of the Union, 
and in size it is surpassed only by Texas. It excels Florida in the growth of the orange 
and the lemon, and Delaware in the culture of the peach; while it has no rival in the pro- 
duction of the apricot, nectarine, fig, olive, grape, almond, and walnut. Five states in the 
Union surpass it in wheat production, but it leads all in the yield of barle}', wool, wine, 
raisins, dried and canned fruit. It ranked, according to the census of 1880. the ninth 
among the states in aggregate wealth and the first in per capita wealth, while it stood 
twelfth on the list for the value of its manufactures. It boasts also of some of the greatest 
natural curiosities in the world, as well as of a score of the largest enterprises. It has the 
tallest trees in the world in the Calaveras grove; the greatest mountain-walled valley in the 
Yosemite; the largest vineyard, fruit farm, dairy, orange grove, and almond and peach or- 
chards; the largest mining ditch, the largest irrigating ditch, and the largest reservoir for 
the storage of water; the largest hotel, the greatest railroad corporation, and the most pro- 
ductive placer and quartz mines. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE STATE. 

California is 770 miles in length by 330 miles in breadth, and has an area of 156,511 square 
miles, but it is only by comparison that one can get an idea of its magnitude. The state 
extends along the Pacific as far as from Cape Cod to Charleston, S. C. It is larger than 
Michigan'and Minnesota combined, and nearly four times as large as New York. A single 
county— San Bernardino — would contain Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, while 
an average-sized county like Monterey would hold Rhode Island and Delaware and have 
room to spare. The state extends from the parallel of 42° on the north, which is the 
southern boundary of Oregon, to the parallel of 32^° on the south, which forms the bound- 
ary line between the state and the peninsula of Lower California. The 120th meridian 
forms its eastern boundary until the 39th parallel is reached, when the state line extends 
obliquely to the southeast, until it intersects the 35th parallel at the Colorado river; then 
it follows the river down to the junction with the Gila, where the Mexican line begins. 
The western boundary is formed by the Pacific ocean. 

ITS PECULIAR TOPOGRAPHY. 

The topography of California accounts for most of its peculiarities of soil and climate. 
There is the great central valley region, 450 miles long, that drains into the ocean through 
the bay of San Francisco, and which includes one-third of the area of the state. This val- 
ley is barred off from harsh east winds by the lofty Sierra Nevada range, snow-capped 
throughout the year, and it is protected from the fog and trade winds of the Pacific by the 
Coast range of mountains, the only break in which occurs at the Golden Gate. T'he Sierra 
is nearly 600 miles long, and consists of a succession of lofty peaks, reaching their greatest 
height in Mt. Whitney, 14,887 feet. Its gradual slope to the west gives to California the 
rich and attractive foot-hill counties that extend from the snow-clad mountains down to the 
warm and fertile valleys. The Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers drain this great interior 
valley, and they have many important tributaries whose sources are fed by the snows of 
the Sierra. The largest tributaries of the Sacramento are the Yuba, Feather, American, 
Cosumnes, and Mokelumne, while those of the San Joaquin are the Stanislaus, Merced, 
Fresno, and Kings rivers. The principal rivers that empty into the ocean, and ihat have 
their rise in the Coast range, are the Klamath, Eel, and Salinas. South of the San Joaquin 
valley is a great interior basin that does not drain into the sea, and which is composed 
largely of the Mojave and Colorado deserts, with the rich alluvial lands that form what are 
known as the southern California counties. The region lying between the Coast range and 
the sea at the north is heavily wooded, and forms the great redwood belt; while to the 
south this strip comprises some of the most fertile lands in the state, when properly irri- 
gated. The Coast range never rises above 4,000 feet in height. There are many large lakes 
in California. Tulare lake has an area of 7tJ0 square miles, and is situated in the lower 
part of the San Joaquin valley; it is only 40 feet deep, and its waters are steadily receding. 
In the Sierra are Lake Tahoe, the most beautiful of the mountain lakes, with a depth of 



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1,500 feet; Mono lake, that forms the sink of streams in the high Sierra; and Owens lake, 
that is tlie sink of the Owens river, and is below the sea level. 

EARLY HISTORY. 

As a state, California has a brief but eventful history; but as a province of Spain and 
Mexico, its records extend over nearly three centuries. From the time of Cortez, the 
Spaniards had an eager curiosity to explore the unknown shore to the north of the Gulf of 
California. Many expeditions were sent out, but the chief of these explorers were Cabrillo 
and Vizcaino. The former first visited California in 1542. It was not until two hundred 
years after, in 1769, that the Spaniards obtained any foothold in the country, and this they 
secured by the cross and not by the sword. The priest succeeded where the soldier failed. 
The Jesuits had founded many missions in Lower California, but it remained for Father 
Junipero Serra, a Franciscan monk, to establish the long chain of missions which stretched 
along the coast for five hundred miles. Each mission was the center of a great establishment, 
where the Indians were taught the rudiments of religion, and made to labor in the fields of 
the fathers. By 1804, there were nineteen of these missions in California, and two others 
were afterward established. The Indian converts numbered 20,000, while the herds of 
cattle and flocks of sheep were the envy of their neighbors. Meanwhile the Spaniards had 
established military posts at the chief points along the coast and at several places in the 
interior. The country was ruled by governors sent out by Spain, and the land was por- 
tioned in huge grants among the wealthy colonists, who raised cattle and sheep. The 
Spanish authority lasted until 1822, when the government of the country passed into the 
hands of Mexico. During this period, the missions acquired great influence and wealth; 
but the jealousy of tlie Mexican colonists began to be aroused, and in 1835 the missions 
were secularized. The law provided for the apportionment of the lands and herds between 
the Indians and the white settlers, but the latter secured about everything. Mexican rule 
was characteiized by frequent revolutions, and the country was ripe for a change when the 
Americans appeared. 

The first of the adventurous American hunters and trappers came in 1826. They were 
followed in 1839 by Captain John Sutter, who secured a large grant of land in what is now 
the heart of ttie Sacramento valley; he established a great ranch, and as justice of the 
peace actually ruled the country for several years. The arrival of Fremont, the Pathfinder, 
in 1846, increased the hostility which the aggressive American settlers had excited. \ he 
natives tried to capture Fremont, but failed. After some skirmishes, attended with little 
bloodshed, the American flag was hoisted at Monterey on- July 7, 1846, and California prac- 
tically became a part of the Union, although it was not until May, 1848, that the treaty of 
Guadalupe Hidalgo ceded California to the United States as one of the fruits of the Mexi- 
can war. 

THE GOLD DISCOVERY. 

Many immigrants began to come into the country across the plains, but it was not until 
gold was discovered in the race of Sutter's mill, at Coloma, on January 19, 1848, that the 
phenomenal settlement of California began. As soon as authentic news of the finding of 
gold reached the Eist, there began a rush to Californii such as has never been equaled in 
the history of this country. No accurate record was kept, but good estimates place the 
number of iminigrauts who reached California in 1849 at 80,000, and more than 120,000 
followed in the next three years. The gold rush brought many desperate men to California, 
but it also brought the young and adventurous, eager to make their fortunes. These 
pioneers were picked m^n, for only the most robust could hope to endure the hardships of 
the long journeys and the piivations of life in the mining camps. They furnished the qual- 
ities that have made Cdliforaians celebrated for enterprise, pluck, and tireless energy. For 
a decade this rush of settlers continued. San Frf.ncisco sprang at one bound from a 
village to a great city; many mining towns were the seat of trade that was worth several 
millions a year; when the placer mines were exhausted, the hydraulic method was intro- 
duced, and this was followed by the still more costly method of qaartz mining. 

As early as 1849, the need of a stable governmeut had become so urgent that a conven- 
tion was hild; a state government adopted, and two U. S. senators elected, before the state 
was acdually admitted to the Union, on September 9, 1850. In the annals of Anglo-Saxon 
self-government, nothing has ever surpassed the skill with which the California pioneers 
regulated their affairs. Twice was San Francisco called upon to form a vigilance committee 
to rid the young city of the criminals that threatened to gain complete control of the gov- * 
ernment and the courts. The work was done thoroughly, and lavv and order were assured. 
In the mining camps Judge Lynch was frequently called on to sit in judgment on offenders, 
but fair play always prevailed, though svvift and certain punishment was meted out to the 
criminals. When the rebellion broke out California was so remote that many fears were 
expressed for her loyalty; but, though no draft was ever levied, and though many left for 
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of the war that Grovernor Leland Stanford and his associates carried on the building of the 
Central Pacific Railroad, which has done more than anything else for the rapid development 
of the state. The completion of this first of the transcontinental roads marks the beginning 
of the great western empire. It brought the country into close relations with the*Easb, and 
it induced a great emigration from the older-settled states. 

POPULATION. 

The present population of the state can only be gained by estimate. The XJ. S. census 
of 1880 gave 850,000, and the yearly percentage of increase in the precediUi/ decade as 5.4. 
A careful estimate by the state authorities in 1885 put the population at 1,165,000. The 
years 1886 and 1887 saw an immigration unparalleled since the early days of the gold ex- 
citement, and from the figures given by the railroad companies it is estimated that 150,000 
were added in those two years, making the total at the close of 1887 1,315,000. Since then 
the increase has not been so rapid, but the present population is estimated at 1,450,000. 

CLIMATE. 

California has many climates, due to the influence of mountains and distance from the 
sea. In the high Sierra, and the extreme northern parts of the state, one may secure a 
winter climate like that of Minnesota, with dry, bracing air and heavy snow, while along 
the edge of the Colorado desert one may select a home where rain seldom falls, the mercury 
rarely drops below 70 degrees, and the sun shines 350 days in the year. Between these 
two extremes California affords every variety of climate, but the marked features are ab- 
sence of extreme changes of temperature, lack of rain during six months, and the stimulat- 
ing character of the air, California, in fact, resembles Italy and Spain in climate more 
closely than any other countries, but it has a variety of thermal belts of which neither of 
the old-world countries can boast. Of course the Kuro-Siwo, or Japanese gulf stream, is 
the great agent in giving California a mild winter and a cool summer climate. Its width 
here is fully 500 miles, and its depth at least one mile. By its influence the region between 
the Sierra Nevada and the sea, which by latitude ought to be as cold in winter as the 
Mississippi valley, is saved from all extremes of cold, and the temperature rarely descends 
below the freezing point. 

For convenience, the state may be divided into several thermal belts. The first includes 
the Sierra, where the mean temperature in summer is 65 degrees, and in winter 25 degrees. 
Then comes the foot-hill region of the Sierra, with a climate fully ten degrees milder than 
the Sierra; then the coast belt from the Oregon line to San Francisco, and extending back 
twenty miles, a section where the mean temperature is 55 degrees, the heat never oppress- 
ive, and where one may do the largest amount of work with the least effort; next to this is 
the belt that rings the great interior valleys, and which has a mean of 60 degrees; then we 
have what is styled tae "thermal belt," forming the great Sacramento and Nan Joaquin 
valleys and the southern counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Ber- 
nardino and San Diego. The mean teoaperature here is from 60 to 65 degrees, and hard 
frost is almost unknown. The final belt is that which includes the Mojave and Colorado 
deserts — rainless, intensely hot in summer, and yet subject to bleak winds in winter. 

The seasons are marked off distinctly into the rainy and the dry seasons. The rainy 
season begins usually in November and extends to April. The rainfall varies from an aver- 
age of about 8 inches in the lower San Joaquin valley to 29 inches in the upper Sacramento 
valley, giving the average for the state at about 16 inches. With the first winter rains the 
farmer begins work, and th ^ success of grain and all other crops that are not irrigated de- 
pends upon the proper regulation of the amount of rain that falls. After April it is unusual 
to have any rain for six months. 

HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTS. 

California has many health and pleasure resorts, but the foremost place must be given 
to the world-famous Yosemite valley, which lies in the heart of the high Sierra in Mariposa 
county. It is 165 miles from San Francisco, and is easily reached by train and stage-coach. 
In no other mountain valley in this country, and perhaps in none in the world, are to be 
found walls of such great height, rising nearly perpendicular from the base, or waterfalls of 
such great beauty. The walls enclosing the valley vary in height from 1,200 to 4,700 feet, 
yet in the face of most of them trails have been dug which allow the tourist to gain points 
of vantage from their summits. The chief features of the valley are El Capitan, a huge, 
smooth mass of rock 3,300 feet above the valley; Glacier Point 3,705 feet high, Sentinel 
Dome 4,150 feet. Half Dome 4,737, and Cloud's Rest 6,150 feet. The valley, it must be 
remembered, is 4,000 feet above sea level. The largest of the waterfalls is tlie Yosemite, 
which leaps down 2,550 feet in three distinct falls; the upper and most beautiful cataract has 



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a sheer fall of 1,500 feet. The other important falls are the Nevada, Vernal and Bridal Veil 
falls. The state has reserved the valley as a park, and has recently completed a line hotel. 

Objects of interest that vie with Yosemite are two groves of big trees, one in Calaveras, 
and the other in Mariposa county. The Calaveras grove numbers more than 100 large-sized 
trees. The tallest is 325 feet high, while a score are over 250 feet; the largest has a circum- 
ference of 95 feet. This grove is on one of the main lines into the Yosemite, and has a good 
hotel. The Mariposa grove is generally visited by those who enter Yosemite by the new 
E, lymond route. It has 427 trees, of which the highest is 272 feet, and the circumference of 
the largest is Olr^- feet. 

Prominent among the natural curiosities of the state are the Geysers of Sonoma county- 
They consist of hundreds of springs, many of boiling water, situated in a ravine, the soil of 
which is hot for a quarter of a mile square. Some of the springs emit jets of water and 
steam. The mi>st remarkable is the Steamboat Geyser, which blows off steam with a great 
noise. Another is the Witches' Cauldrou, seven feet in diameter, and which has never been 
sounded by plummet. These springs deposit the various minerals with which they are 
impregnated— sulphur, iron, alum, magnesia, soda, etc. The springs and hotel are in a 
narroM'^ canyon which is reached by one of the most picturesque drives in California. 

Other well-known mineral springs are Calistoga, at the upper end of Napa Valley, which 
has many hot springs scattered over several hundred acres; Mark West, Litton and Taylor's 
springs, in Sonoma county; Napa Soda springs, Skaggs', Summit Soda, Adams', ^tna and 
White Sulphur springs, in Napa county; Bartlett, Highland and Harbin's springs in Lake 
county; Pacific Congress springs in Santa Clara county; Paso Robles in San Luis Obispo; 
and San Bernardino hot springs. 

Among pleasure resorts a leading place must be given to the seaside resorts. Monterey 
120 miles from San Francisco, and reached by the swiftest train west of Chicago, is noted 
for its magnificent Hotel del Monte and grounds, and for its fine bathing pavilion, in which 
are four large tanks, each 50x36 feet, filled with sea water heated to various temperatures. 
Three miles distant is Pacific Grove Retreat, once a camp-meeting ground, but now a village 
of pretty cottages among the pines. The seventeen-mile drive from the Hotel Del Monte 
around the peninsula of Monterey is one of the most picturesque in the state. Across the 
bay from Monterey is Santa Cruz, a popular resort, which has a fine bathing beach, and is 
surrounded by a country rich in natural curiosities. The greatest of these is the big trees, 
seven miles distant. Here is a grove of redwoods of 20 acres, with one tree 18 feet in diam- 
eter and more than a score ten feet or more in diameter. All about Santa Cruz are fine drives, 
with resorts for camping and hunting in the wild Santa Cruz mountains. 

In the south the leading seaside resorts are Santa Barbara, which has an unusually 
equable climate, a good beach, and the famous Arlington hotel; San Diego, with an unsur- 
passed beach, fine scenery, and the Hotel del Coronado, on the beach opposite the city, the 
largest seaside hotel in the world; Santa Monica, the resort of Los Angeles, famous for its 
beach and its hotel, and Long Beach, also a noted watering-place. 

It is impossible in these limits to even name the prominent inland pleasure resorts in the 
soathern counties. Most of the new towns and colonies in these counties have made a specialty 
of accommodating tourists, and Riverside, Pasadena, and many of the colonies about Los 
Angeles have built immense hotels for invalids and tourists. 

Among mountain resorts the most popular are Lake Tahoe, which may be reached by 
rail, and which gives fine Sierra scenery, boating and trout fishing, and Mt. Shasta, which 
rises 14,440 feet above the surrounding plain, and is easily climbed. 

WHEAT AND BARLEY. 

In wheat California stands fifth in the list of states. For twenty years the fertile lands 
of the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys have been regularly cropped in wheat, and still 
the yield remains almost as lai'ge as when the land was new. The climate helps the grain- 
grower, as after the wheat begins to head there is never any danger of rain; all the harvest- 
ing operations are carried on in the open field, and the grain is left sacked up until it is 
hauled to the warehouse for shipment. The chief wheat-growing counties are Sutter, Stan- 
islaus, Colusa. Yolo, Sacramento, San Jtoaquin, Merced, and Tulare. The wheat product of 
1887 was 12,887,092 centals, and the exports were 13,480,448, valued at $19,880,626, as 
against 8,735,531 centals for 1888, 15,732,435 for 1885, and 11,282,548 for 1884. The annu- 
al average wheat shipments for eight years have amounted to 15,000,000 centals, valued at 
.S22,Ol>0,000. The banner year was 1881-2, when the exports were 22,279,545 centals, val- 
ued at $36,376,100. ' * 

In connection with wheat, California does an enormous business in flour, the exports for 
1889 being 906,957 barrels, valued at $3,925,185. The exports in 1885 were 1,304,641 bar- 
rels, va ued at $5,322,438; 1888, 992,546 barrels, Valued at $3,992,506. 

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being 20,000,000 bushels. Last year's crop was 14,000,000 bushels. The exports for 18S9 
were 928,299 centals, valued at 81,031,181. 

The hop crop for 1889 was .35,000 bales, as against 36,424 bales for 1887, 28,411 bales 
for 1886 and 41,231 bales for 1884. 

FRUIT-GROWING. 

No industry in California has grown so rapidly or promises to be of such great value as 
fruit-growing. Most of the fruit trees have been planted within the last fifteen years. It 
has been found that the old foot-hill mining counties are admirably adapted to nearly all 
kinds of fruit, and lands which have been used only for grazing have been planted to all 
kinds of fruit with the best results. It is estimated that there are now over 12,000,000 
fruit trees in the state, and the planting this year could not have been less than 500,000. To 
give an idea of what has been done, Placer county seven years ago did not have a hundred 
orange trees; to-day it ranks third among the citrus counties, while it boasts of the earliest 
deciduous fruit in the market. Butte county is another instance of the great development of 
fruit culture. At least one-third of the state is suited to the growth of the orange and 
lemon, while all the deciduous fruits may be grown everywhere except in the Sierra and 
immediately along the ocean. Fruit trees grow with great rapidity, the majority of the de- 
ciduous varieties bearing full crops in the third year. Besides all the varieties that are 
raised at the East, California has a virtual monopoly of the apricot, olive, prune, nectarine, 
and raisin grape. The enormous yield of the orchards outran the capacity of drying and 
canning establishments, and has led within the last five years to the shipping of green fruit 
to the East by the car-load in fast trains. What this business has developed into may be 
seen from the fact that, in 1889, there were shipped East by rail 50,000,000 pounds of green 
deciduous fruit. Of this amount Chicago took nearly one-half. Besides this, 40,000,000 
pounds of fruit were canned and 50,000,000 pounds dried, while the raisin pack was 20,000,- 
000 pounds. To this must be added the shipment of 14,784,000 pounds of citrus fruits from 
the southern counties. • 

The increase in the canned-goods trade is remarkable. The pack for 1889 was 1,300,- 
000 cases, and the shipments were 35,000,000 pounds. The pack for 1887 was 772,500 cases 
(of two dozen cans) with 55,000 cases of pie-fruits and jams, and 300,000 cases of tomatoes. 
This made a total of 1,127,500 cases, or an increase of 200,000 cases over 1886. The growth 
of the dried-fruit trade is equally great. The output for 1886 was 5,590,000 pounds; in 1887 
it reached 10,105,000, while in 1889 it advanced to 33,381,000 pounds. This did not include 
raisins, in which the most remarkable progress has been made. The raisin pack for 1881 
was only 90,000 boxes. The increase since then is as follows: 1882, 115,000 boxes; 1883, 
125,000; 1884, 175,000; 1885, 475,000; 1886, 703,000; 1887, 800,000; 1888, 1,250,000; 1889, 
1,400,000. At $2 per box last year's output represents S2, 800, 000. The acreage in raisin 
grapes is increasing as rapidly as that of oranges. Fresno alone planted 11,000 acres to 
vines this year. 

The prune ranks next to the raisin n development within the last few years. When it 
was shown that from .$150 to .$300 could be cleared on an acre of bearing prune trees, thous- 
ands of acres were set out to prunes and the growth of the product has been enormous, 
reaching as high as 18,000,000 pounds in 1889. The shipment of vegetables to the East 
has been greatly stimulated by fast trains, and in a short time the vegetable trains will run 
through to Chicago in four days. 

WINE AND BRANDY. 

The wine crop of California will soon be of greater value than her wheat crop. The 
state has now over 250,000 acres of vineyard, three-quarters of which is in full bearing. The 
estimated yield for 1889 was 14,000,000 gallons, and 1,500,000 gallons of brandy. Napa 
county led with 2,700,000 gallons. Every year sees an improvement in the character of the 
wine. It has been demonstrated that Napa, Sonoma, and several of the counties bordering 
on San Francisco bay, can produce clarets and white wines equal to the best French and 
Rhine wines. Wine exports by sea and rail for 1889 were 8,000,000 gallons. The chief 
difficulty of the wine-grower has been to keep his wine until it acquired the proper age. A 
scheme to secure this is the establishment of great wine-cellars, where advances will be made 
on wine received for storage. Much of the foot-hill land that has been regarded as worthless 
is found to be especially adapted to choice wine grapes, and the wiue industry soon promises 
to lead all others in California in value and importance. 

WOOL. 

Though there has been a falling-off of about thirty per cent, in the wool product of the 
state during the last few years, California still ranks among the leading wool-j)roiluciug 
states. The reduction is due mainly to the rapid settlement of the state, and the conse- 



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quent loss of the great ranges formerly utilized by the sheep-grower. To counterbalance 
this, however, the wool has been much cleaner, and the importation of thoroughbred stock 
has greatly improved the quality. The total production of California for 1889 was 34,008,370' 
pounds; total shipments, 33,444,401 pounds, valued at |5, 500, 000. The wool product of the 
state since 1854 was as follows: 



Year. 


Pounds. 


Year. 


Pounds. 


Year. 








1854 


175,000 


1863 


6,268,480 


1872 


24,255,468 


1881 


45,076,639 


1855 


300,000 


1864 


7,923,670 


1873 


32,155,169 


1882 


40,527,119 


1856 


600,000 


1865 


8,949,931 


1874 


39,356,781 


1883 


40,848,690 


1857 


1,100,000 


1866 


8,532,047 


1875 


43,532,223 


1884 


37,415,330- 


1858 


1,428,000 


1867 


10,238,600 


1876 


156,550,970 


1885 


36,561,390- 


1859 


2,378,000 


1868 


14,232,657 


1877 


53,110,742 


1886 


38,509,r60» 


1860 


3,055,325 


1869 


15,413,970 


1878 


40,862,091 


1887 


31,564,231 


1861 


3,721,998 


1870 


20,072,660 


1879 


46.303,360 


1888 


32,569,972 


1862 


5,99U,300 


1871 


22,187,188 


1880 


46,074,154 


1889 


34,008,370 



STOCK-GROWING. 

The report of the State Board of Equalization for 1888 gives the latest complete record 
of stock-growing in the state. In cattle and sheep there has been a falling-off since the- 
census of 1880, but the decline is more than compensated by the great improvement in the- 
quality of the breeds. The cutting up of great ranches into small farms, and the fencing in. 
of ranges, once common property of the stock-grower, have driven stockmen to the mount- 
ain counties and to the neighboring states and territories. The number, kind, and value 
of the chief live-stock of the state for 1888 are as follows: Horses, thoroughbred 1264, value 
$539,900; graded 87,406, value $3,997,089; American 122.77§, value $8,158,091; common 
70,792, value $2,470,153; colts 84,482, value $2,130,783. Cattle, beef 14,882, value $351,836;. 
stock 517,165, value $7,398,446; calves 186,682, value $1,310,753; cows, thoroughbred 2,549, 
value $164,559; American 134,088, value $3, 102,886; graded 61,142, value $1,428, 109; common 
52,542, value $1,131,411; oxen 3,141, value $110,896. Hogs, 244,620, value $644,280. Mules, 
36,589, value $2,406,198. Sheep, imported 4,993, value $33,465; graded 314,868, value 
$602,651; common 2,335,269, value $3,473,578. 

MINING INTERESTS. 

Although mining no longer holds the first place among California industries, it is still a 
source of wealth in many of the mountain counties. For a number of years the industry has 
languished, but last year saw the development of many new quartz mines and the introduc- 
tion of impoved processes for working low-grade ores. Large and expensive quartz-mills will 
be found in Amador, Nevada, Plumas, Sierra, Shasta, Trinity, Butte, Calaveras, Tuolumne, 
El Dorado, Placer, Fresno and several other counties. Three-fourths of the bullion product 
of the state comes from these quartz mines, hydraulic mining having been suppressed by 
law, owing to the damage that it caused by the deposit of debris on the agricultural lands of 
great valleys. The yield of gold and silver for 1889 was $16,000,000. California is thus 
outranked only by Colorado, Montana and Idaho as a producer of the precious metals. 

Of other minerals the state produces antimony, borax, coal, gypsum, chromium, iron, 
magnesia, salt, soda, quicksilver and marble. The most valuable of these is quicksilver, 
which is mined mainly at the New Almaden mine. The product in 1889 was 26,000 flasks, 
of which the New Almaden furnished 13,000. This was a poor year, as the average annual 
output for eight years was 45,000 flasks. The product for 1881 was 60,851 flasks. 

LUMBER TRADE. 

One of the important Pacific Coast industries is the lumber trade. San Francisco is 
the great market, and its chief supplies are drawn from Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte 
and Santa Cruz counties, although much fine lumber comes from the Puget Sound and 
British Columbia mills. Pine and redvfood are the leading varieties used for lumber. The 
redwood belt of California, extending along the coast in Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Mendocino, 
Hnmboldt and Del Norte counties, is extensive, and the yearly output of the mills is very 
large. The value of the redwood is being appreciated more every year for the interior finish 
of houses, as it is easily worked, and when polished with oil or shellac it takes on the tint 
of fine mahogany. The roots and stumps of the redwood are extensively used in cabinet 
work. The California sugar pine is equal to the best southern pine. The output of Washing- 
ton and Oregon mills was 1,400,000,000 feet; California 450,000,000 feet; total, 1,930,000,000 
feet in 1889. The receipts of pine and redwood lumber and of shingles and ties at San Fran- 



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•Cisco for 1889 were as follows: Pine, 311,455,470 ft.; redwood, 164,567,498 ft.; shingles, 113,- 
430,500 M.; railroad ties, 762,066. 

MANUPACTURES. 

Most of the manufactures in California are centered in San Francisco and its immediate 
vicinity, although the last few years have seen a great development of manufacturing in the 
southern cities. The state is noted for its manufacture of heavy mining machinery, in which 
it leads the world. The following are the leading manufactories in San Francisco, their 
number, the number of employees, and the value of their product for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1889. 



Factories. 



Artificial Stone. 



Barrels 

Boots and Shoes , 

Box (wooden) 

Beer , 

Carriage and Wagon 

Cigars 

(.'lothing 

Coffee and Spice 

Crackers , 

Flour and Feed , 

Foundries, Boiler and Iron Works 

Fruit Preserving 

Furniture 

Olove 

Oas 

Hat and Cap 

Harness 

Jewelry , 

Provisions •. . 

Rolling MiU 

Sash, Door and Blind , 

Shipyards 

Soap 

Shirts : 

Sugar , . 

Tanneries 

Trunk 

Wire and Wire Rope 

Wool (scouring) 

Woolen Mills 



No 


Employees 


Product, 1889. 


20 


140 


$700,000 


3 


150 


650,000 


26 


575 


1,250,000 


162 


3,300 


5, OIK), 000 


7 


400 


1,000,000 


24 


700 


3,950,000 


48 


500 


1,200,000 


260 


4,500 


6,900,000 




2,500 


6,000,000 


13 


150 


2,000,000 


3 


250 


950,000 


17 


375 


3,950,000 


40 


4,375 


7,000,000 


9 


1,000 


3,250,000 


19 


840 


1,250,000 


12 


750 


710,000 


2 


520 


12,000,000 


6 


150 


- 450,000 


51 


500 


1,335,000 


16 


160 


1,000,000 


5 


300 


1,900,000 


1 


800 


1,300,000 


12 


1,550 


5,000,000 


6 


300 


2,765,000 


23 


275 


950,000 


35 


2,400 


1,000,000 


2 


20 


11,000,000 


23 


300 


1,450,000 


3 


205 


910,000 


1 


200 


950,000 


6 


175 


4,500,000 


2 


750 


1,110,000 



In wool manufactures the business of 1889 represented about $5,600,000, and over 
^500,000 was paid in wages. The principal stuffs manufactured are Ijlankets, cassimeres, 
shawls, cloth, beavers, ladies' dress-goods and flannels. These articles are conceded to be 
equal to the best imported, while the blankets have gained a world-wide reputation. The 
imports of woolen goods have fallen off. Nearly all the wool used in California mills is of 
home production. 

In sugar, California ranks high as a refiniu^g center. The raw sugar, mainly from the 
Sandwich Islands and Manila, used last year in the two refineries was 91,000,000 pounds, 
and the product was 60,000,000 pounds white sugar, 25,000,000 pounds yellow sugar, and 
500,000 gallons syrup. The exports were 113,975,747 pounds. A large beet-sugar factory 
has been built at Watsonville, Santa Cruz county, and this industry promises soon to be of 
large proportions, as in many parts of the state the sugar-beet yields large crops. The make 
of beet sugar last year was 5,170,000 pounds, against 4,280,000 pounds for 1888. In cigars, 
boots and shoes, clothing, furniture, fruit-canning and preserving there has been a great 
advance in the last five years. The cigars manufactured last year amounted to 162,600,000, 
while 55,000,000 cigarettes were turned out. 

COMMERCE. 

The commerce of California centers mainly in San Francisco, although San Diego and 
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$120,000,000 of her products, and her foreign imports in 1889 amounted to $41,606,700. The 
total receipts of the custom-house at San Francisco for 1887 were $7,627,204, although two- 
thirds of all merchandise imported comes in free of duty. No duty is collected on Hawaiian 
sugar and rice, tea and silk from China an l Japan, and coffee from Central America. The 
leading foreign imports in 1887 were: Merchandise, $41,781,022; treasure, $8,587,039. 
The leading exports for 1889 were as follows: Merchandise, $41,100,523; of this wheat 
formed 13,480,448centals, value $19,880,626; flour, 1, 096, 933 barrels, value $4,650,321 ; barley, 
928,299 bushels, value $1,031,181; wine, 3,703,691 gallons, value $1,557,020. The shipments 
by rail were equally heavy. The Southern Pacific Company carried in 1889, 467,394,920 
lbs., of which canned goods formed 34,293,000 lbs.; vegetables, 50,000,000 lbs.; green decid- 
uous fruits, 50,000,000 lbs.; oranges, 14,784,000 lbs.; raisins, 16,199,200 lbs.; dried fruits, 
33,227,600 lbs. 

Salmon canning is an important industry, which centers in San Francisco, as nearly th^ 
entire pack of California, Oregon, British Columbia and Alaska is handled here. The 
exports for 1889 were 472,295 cases, valued at $2,592,970. 

The revenue collections in San Francisco for 1889 were $1,660,479. 

The bank clearings at San Francisco for 1889 were $843,386,150. There were 219 banks 
reported July 1, 1889, a net gain of 17 during the year; 28 are savings, 117 commercial, 5 
branches of foreign banks, 34 private and 35 national. The total resources, etc., for the 
last three years are shown in this table: 



Eesources 

Paid up Capital , 



169- Banks, 
July 1, 1877. 



$218,289,889 
45,056,780 



201 Banks, 
July 1, 188S 



$236,297,226 
55,983,873 



219' Banks, 
July 1, 188£ 



$246,511,972 
54,854,071 



RAILROAD DEVELOPMENT. 

There were only a few local lines of railroad in California when, in 1862, Leland Stan- 
ford, Charles Crocker, Mark Hopkins and C. P. Huntington formed the Central Pacific 
Railroad Co., with the bold plan of constructing a transcontinental railroad to cross the 
Sierra Nevada and meet the Union Pacific. Railroad experts, as well as financiers and the 
general public, scouted the idea of building a road over the Sierra, and no one would ad- 
vance any money to aid the project. The founders invested their private fortunes in the 
enterprise, and by the aid of the government succeeded in carrying on and comp'eting the 
work. What trials they endured, what difficulties they overcame, may be found m Creed 
Haymond's eloquent argument before the Senate Committee on the Pacific Railroads, dehv- 
ered in 1888. The road was built during the civil war, and the last spike was driven, 
with imposing ceremonies, on May 9, 1869._ The main line of the Central Pacific extended 
from San Francisco to Ogden, 871 miles. Its branch lines were few and trifling. The sue- 
cess of the enterprise was immediate, and far surpassed even the most sanguine expectations 
of its founders. The shortest time in which the journey between San Francisco and New 
York could be made, prior to the completion of the railroad, was three weeks. This was 
by way of the Pacific Mail steamers and the Panama Railroad. The opening of the through 
overland railroad line cut this time down to one week, and it has since been reduced to five 
days. The Central Pacific Company from the outset has devoted itself to the development 
of California. Its royal land grant was divided up and sold to settlers, the greater part of 
the land along the line of the road being sold for $2.50 an acre— land which in many cases 
is now worth $200 per acre. By 1872 it carried 55,685 through overland passengers, of 
whom 34,040 were brought westward. The rapid expansion of business induced the budd- 
ing of a branch line of railroad to Monterey, 120 miles from San Francisco, and an impor- 
tant road down through the heart of the San Joaquin valley, which afforded a market for 
the enormous crops of wheat grown in this granary of the state. By 1880 the pressure of 
business on the central line was so great that it was decided to build a southern line, that 
would afford relief to the main passenger road. Thus the Southern Pacific was constructed. 
It was built with unparalleled rapidity, and has proved to be the great traffic highway oyer 
which the lion's share of all overland freights are carried. The latest important- extension 
of *hvi system is the completion of the (Jalifornia and Oregon railroad, which furnishes 
through connection between San Francisco and Portland, Or. This road presented many 
entrineering difficulties, and portions of it were more costly even than the work over the 
Sierra The opening/ of this road gave the Southern Pacific one continuous line of rail from. 
Portland, Or., to New Orleans, a distance of 5,000 miles— the longest hne under one man- 
agement in this country. In this state the company has 2,242 miles of road, and it pays 
taxes on an assessed valuation of $48,051,100, which does not include $610,930 of rolling- 
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All its main, branch and leased lines have been incorporated under the general title of the 
Southern Pacific Company, and it operated in 1889 6,097.43 miles of road, of which 4,310.11 
belonged to the Pacific system, and 1,742.36 fco the Atlantic system. The increase of new- 
road was 120^ miles. Its gross earnings for 1889 were $46,343,207.86; operating expenses, 
$30,304,365.75; gross surplus, $16,583,487.92, of which $15,251,736.56 was consumed in 
interest on bonded debt, rentals and other payments, leaving net income of $1,333,585.14. 
The other important railroad line in the state is the Santa Fe system, which has a line from 
the Southern Pacific to San Diego, several branch lines in Southern California, and the line 
from the Needles to Mojave. It is forced to run over the Southern Pacific road to enter 
San Francisco. 



IMMIGRATION. 

The careful accounts kept by the Southern Pacific Company for fifteen years make it easy 
to compute the gain by immigration during these years. Perhaps the best way to show the 
net gain of the state in this period is by the following table of overland travel: 



Year. 



1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 



Eastwa'rd. 



21,645 
23,486 
24,782 
30,422 
37,853 
31,247 
25,928 
25,268 
30,367 
30,831 
37,113 
40,107 



Westward. 



34, 
44, 
55, 
74, 
60, 
47, 
37, 
36, 
34, 
47, 
58, 
73, 



040 
370 
509 
919 
565 
435 
556 
288 
280 
107 
113 
700 



Year. 


Eastward. 


Westward. 


1884 


37,559 


58,428 


1885 


37,293 


59,772 • 


1886 


66,312 


92,246 


1887 


60,499 


98,290 


1888 


50,000 


89,000 


1889 


70,681 


93,969 


Totals 


681,555 


1,093,087 




681,555 
411,532 


Excess of travel.to California. . 



An analysis of these figures shows that in the earlier part of this period the year 1875 
was the great boom year, when the immigration reached 74,919. This was the period of 
great material development and rampant speculation. When the collapse came there was 
reaction for six years, when once more the tide turned. The increase since then has been 
very great, jumping in the last two years to tremendous figures, that taxed the carrying 
capacity of all the railroads. To the 98,290 brought by the Southern Pacific in 1887 must 
be added 56,016 brought over the Atchison line, the great majority of whom came into 
Southern California. In fact, the rush into Los Angeles, San Diego and othern southern 
counties during 1886 and 1887 was phenomenal. It led to the rapid settlement of scores of 
new towns. A few thousand also came by the Northern Pacific and the Pacific Mail, so 
that the total immigration for 1887 was not less than 160,000, of whom fully 100,000 re- 
mained in the state. The arrivals by sea in 1889 were estimated at 13,255; departures, 
15,956, decrease 2,701. The net increase by rail on all lines was 30,587. 



EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES. 

When the first constitution of the state was draughted, the pioneers laid the foundation 
of one of the best public-school systems in the country. For school purposes the 16th 
and 36th sections of each township were set aside, and in this way a large permanent school 
fund has been established. Every county is divided into school districts, and wherever 
there are fifteen children of school age a district may be formed. Graded schools have been 
established in every town, and grammar and high schools in the cities. With a high stand- 
ard of requirement for teachers and good salaries, the result has been the formation of a fine 
system. 

Besides the regular public schools the state supports the University of California at 
Berkeley, well equipped in all departments, and with unusually fine horticultural, agricul- 
tural and mining schools; three normal schools; the Lick Observatory at Mt. Hamilton, on 
which over $750,000 has been spent in apparatus and equipment, and which is under the 
control of the State University regents. 

The Leland Stanford Jr. University, now building at Palo Alto, in the Santa Clara valley, 
has an endowment of $15,000,000, and is to be specially devoted to practical training in all 
branches of education. Senator Stanford, who founded this institution as a memorial of his 
only son, has shaped the lines even broader than Ezra Cornell did those of the Cornell 



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University. Technical training will be given in many handicrafts, and special provision will 
be made for aiding poor but deserving scholars. Adjoining the university is the fine ranch, 
which will be devoted to experiments in agriculture and fruit-growing. The institution is 
expected to open this fall. Besides these there are at least a score of incorporated colleges 
and seminaries for both sexes. The census of 1880 gave 3,036 public school buildings in 
California, with an average daily attendance of 106,179 pupils, taught by 3,536 teachers, 
whose salaries amounted to $2,271,219. It is estimated that there are 4,000 school 
buildings, with an average attendance of 132,000 school children, 4,938 teachers, 
drawing |3, 083, 027 in salaries. The census children in 1888 numbered 368,703. ^an 
Francisco alone since 1852 has spent $19,312,672 on her schools, and the value of school 
property there is now 13,184,575. California pays the highest salaries to school teachers, 
and makes the most liberal school appropriation of any state in the Union. In 1884, an 
amendment to the state constitution was passed, providing for the preparation of a series 
of state text-books. Several of the series have been completed, but the success of the 
experiment is still in doubt. 

LAND BOOMS AND DEVELOPMENT. 

From 1884 to 1888 there was a great increase in land, speculation, especially in the 
southern counties. Development went hand in hand with speculation, however, and the re- 
sult was a growth which beggared most of the booms in Kansas and Minnesota. The com- 
pletion of the Southern Pacific Railroad to New Orleans first brought Los Angeles into direct 
contact with the East. The colony system had proved a success about Los Angeles, and 
when immigrants began to pour in over the new road new colonies were started. In this 
way more than a score of charming suburban towns were built up around Los Angeles. 
Most of the immigrants were wealthy people who wanted homes free from the rigors of an 
Eastern winter. They spent money freely in improvements, and induced their friends to 
come out and settle. Land rose enormously in value. In 1885 good orange land anywhere 
about Los Angeles could be bought for $100 an acre. Within a year it had risen to $500 an 
acre, and in 1887 it commanded readily from $1,000 to $1,500 an acre. Los Angeles sudden- 
ly leaped from a town to a large city. In the summer of 1887 the boom collapsed, and there 
was a great shrinkage in value and sudden end of the wild speculation. Depression natural- 
ly followed for several months, but the people turned their attention from gambling in corner 
lots to development of their resources, and the result has been a great gain during the last 
six months in all the southern cities. In the northern and central parts of the state there 
has been no such boom as in the south, but the growth has been rapid and steady. Nearly 
all the good government and railroad land that is accessible has been secured, and the rush 
of settlers into some counties has been very great. The features that are most promising 
are the dividing up of the great ranches and their sale in small tracts of from twenty to one 
hundred acres to actual settlers, and the conversion of wheat fields into orchards and vine- 
yards. 

FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA. 

Everything points to a growth and development of the state in the next decade which will 
surpass that of the last ten years. Even old settlers have just begun to discover the sources 
of wealth that were ignored by them for so many years. Thus ten years ago the raisin in- 
dustry cut no figure in the state's products, the output being only 32,000 boxes. In 1887 
this had risen to 800,000 boxes, while last year it leaped to 1,400,000 boxes. At this rate 
California, before the twentieth century, will be able to supply the raisin demand of the 
country. In wine the increase has not been so marked; but the growth is rapid, and Cali- 
fornia wine is slowly making its way into general consumption at the East. With fast trains 
and refrigerator cars California is also able to supply the East with fresh fruits and vegetables a 
full month earlier than they can be brought from other places. This, with her canned goods 
furnishes a source of revenue that in a few years will outstrip every other product in value. 

In making any estimate of the future growth of California, the size of the state and the 
endless variety of its resources must be taken into consideration. It.has the virtual monop- 
oly of a dozen products which can be grown in no other state of the Union with equal suc- 
cess and profit; it has a large region that possesses a climate peculiarly adapted to those af- 
flicted with lung complaints, and it is upon the permanent demand for such sanitaria that the 
prosperity of Southern California is founded. In agriculture, lumbering, stock-raising, manu- 
factures, and all the other industries that add their millions to the growing wealth of the 
state, the coming years will be sure to witness a great increase. All that the state needs is in- 
dustrious settlers, with capital sufficient to lift them above the grade of day-laborers, and 
with the ambition to found homes for themselves and their children. To such settlers no 
state in the Union offers today so many advantages as California in cheap and fertile lands, 
varied products, good markets, the best educational and social facilities, and a climate so 
equable that the farmer and the artisan may work the whole year round in the open air. 
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eflforts of all the immigration agencies has been to get settlers who have sufficient capital to 
plant orchards or vineyards and maintain themselves until these come into bearing. Cali- 
fornia is not a good place for the man without capital and with no skilled trade. The farm 
laborer is not employed the year round, as at the East. He gets good wages in California 
during harvest and fruit seasons, but after that there is a heavy reduction in the working 
force until the next year. Men with two or three thousand dollars and families, however, 
will find the fruit districts of California the best place in the world to make a home. Within 
three years vines and fruit-trees begin to bear well, and the labor of children can be utilized 
in caring for the trees, or especially in picking grapes and fruit. In the last few months 
several colonies have come from abroad to find their lands planted to grapes and fruits and 
houses erected. One of the largest of these is a Dutch colony near Merced, all the members 
of which have means to develop their forty-acre tracts. The returns from well-applied labor 
are so abundant in California that no man, who has means to bring an orchard or vineyard 
into bearing, ought to fail of success. Ten acres in oranges or vines in any of the good 
fruit districts will yield an income, clear of all expenses, of from $1,500 to 12,000. Such 
returns cannot be secured even from the best orange lands of Florida or the peach orchards 
of Delaware. 



COUNTIES OF CALIFORNIA. 



ALAMEDA. 

Alameda county is situated on the eastern shore of San Francisco bay, six miles from 
San Francisco. It has an area of 737 square miles. In wealth and population it ranks third 
of the counties. Its population, according to the census of 1880, was 69,976, but it is now 
estimated at 120,000. Oakland, the county seat, is noted for its handsome streets and gar- 
dens, and its many churches and schools. It furnishes suburban homes for many San Fran- 
ciscans, as it is connected with the metropolis by two lines of ferries. Other large towns 
are Alameda, Berkeley the seat of the State University, and Livermore. The county con- 
sists mainly of gently rolling foot-hill land, admirably adapted to fruit and the vine. Its 
wheat fields are rapidly being converted into orchards and vineyards. Oakland is one of 
the great shipping points for green fruit to the East, as well as the seat of large manufact- 
ures. Its growth in two years has been marvelous, and it now has 60,000 people. The 
county produces all kinds of fruit and garden produce, wheat, barley, hay and sugar-beets. 
Its assessed valuation in 1889 was 171,986,282. 

ALPINE. 

Alpine county is one of the extreme eastern counties, bordering on Nevada, and in the 
heart of the Sierra. It contains 882 square miles, but its cultivated lands comprise less 
than 1,000 acres. Population, according to the census of 1880, was 539. The surface is 
broken by high mountains, amid which are many beautiful valleys. The western part is 
extremely wild, and is used mainly for pasture of cattle and sheep. Markleeville, the 
county seat, is on the Carson river, and is the center of a good mining country. Vast for- 
ests of fir, tamarack, pine and spruce form the chief wealth. Lumbering, dairying and 
mining are the main pursuits. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $282,835. 

AMADOR. 

Amador county is one of the foot-hill counties, in the eastern part of the state, stretch- 
ing from Alpine on the east to Sacramento and San Joaquin on the west; its area is 565 
square miles, and its population estimated at 18,000. The census of 1880 gave it 11,384. 
Jackson is the county seat— a city of 2,500 people. The surface of the county is rugged, 
and mining has always been the chief industry. For many years the county ranked high 
for mineral production, and the gold output now averages $2,000,000 yearly. Much atten- 
tion has been devoted lately to agriculture* and fruit-growing, the soil being especially 
adapted to all kinds of fruit. There has been a large increase in acreage of fruit trees and 
vines within two years. Experiment has shown that soil and climate are favorable to the 
raisin grape. The assessed valuation for 1889 was $4,281,699. 

BUTTE. 

Butte county lies on the east side of the great Sacramento valley, between the Feather 
and Sacramento rivers; it has an area of 1,765 square miles, and a population of 30,000; the 
census of 1880 gave a population of 18,384. Chico, the chief city, lies in the center of a rich 
country, and is noted for its many handsome residences, and the Rancho Chico of General 
Bidwell, the greatest fruit farm in the state. It is also the seat of the new Normal School 
for northern California. Oroville, the county seat, is the center of a rapidly growing fruit 
section, where the orange grows to perfection. AlDOut one- third of the county is rich allu- 
vial river bottoms, devoted to wheat an^ barley, but many of these fields, as well as the 
foot-hills, are being converted into orchards and vineyards. Grain-growing is still the lead- 
ing source of wealth, but within three years fruit-raising has taken great strides, and in 
1886 there were no less than 115,873 fruit trees. Last year many thousand orange trees 
were planted around Oroville. Mining and stock-raising are also profitable industries. The 
assessed valuation for 1889 was $19,894,614. • 

CALAVEKAS. 

Calaveras, a foot-hill county, just south of Amador and east of San Joaquin, has an area 
of 971 square miles, and an estimated population of 12,125; the census of 1880 gave the pop- 



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nlation as 9,094, The county seat is San Andreas, the center of a rich mining region. Other 
towns are Milton, Copperopolis, Murphys and Angels. Calaveras is pre-eminently a mining 
county, and its place^s were among the richest in CaKfornia in early days. Now quartz- 
mining is extensively carried on. Besides gold, there are rich deposits of copper, iron, coal 
and marble, all of which will repay working when the cost of transportation is reduced. 
The county is also rich in timber, the j'^early product being 5,000,000 feet of fine lumber and 
2,000,000 shingles. Like the other old mining counties, fruit-growing and agriculture are 
gaining ground every year. Many of the choicest fruits flourish well in these foot-hill val- 
leys. The assessed valuation in 1889 was §4,315,361. 

COLUSA. 

Colusa county lies in the heart of the great Sacramento valley; it stretches from the 
river on the east to the Coast range on the west, and is the banner wheat county of Cali- 
fornia or of the United States. Its area is 2, 300 square miles, mainly rich alluvial land. 
Its population is estimated at 20,000; the census of 1880 gives 13,118. Colusa, the county 
i-eat, is a city of 2,500 people, the center of immense grain ranches. Other towns are Wil- 
lows, noted for the beauty of its homes, Orland, Germantown, Maxwell and Arbuckle. 
The valley land is so rich that the county has a record in many years of 10,000,000 bushels 
of wheat. . The land was formerly held in great ranches, the most famous of which is the 
Glenn ranch, that follows the Sacramento for seventeen miles; but many of these are now 
being cut up, and orchards are taking the place of grain fields. In the western part stock- 
raising and lumbering are pursued. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $24,500,000. 

COJiTRA COSTA. 

Contra Costa lies across the bay from San Francisco, and adjoins Alameda, its northern 
boundary being the San Joaquin river and the bays that form the mouth of the Sacramento. 
Its area is 734 square miles, of which fully one-half is cultivated. Its population is esti- 
mated at 17,500; the census of 1880 gives 12,525. The county seat, Martinez, is on the line 
of the Central Pacific, and looks' over the beautiful Suisun bay. Other gr-owing towns are 
Antioch, Brentwood, Byron Springs and Port Costa, the seat of the greatest wheat ware- 
houses in California. The county is divided by the Coast range, the great feature of which 
is Mt. Diablo, the highest point of the range, 3,896 feet above sea level. Agriculture is the 
chief pursuit, and wheat the main product, although fruit and garden vegetables are rapidly 
nearing grain in value. Soil and climate are well adapted to all fruits and vines, while the 
olive flourishes on the hill lands, once regarded as fit for nothing but the wild oat. All 
along the shore at many points are large factories, while at the docks at Port Costa is loaded 
eighty per cent, of the wheat ships. The assessed valuation in 1889 was .$15,195,592. 

DEL NORTE. 

Del Norte county is the extreme northwest corner of the state, with the Pacific on the 
west and Oregon on the northern boundary; its area is 1,546 square miles. The estimated 
population in 1889 was 3,500; census of 1880 gave 2,584. Crescent City, the county seat, 
is on the coast, and near by are valuable mines of gold-bearing black sand. Other impor- 
tant towns are Smith Kiver, Altaville, Gasquet and Happy Camp. The surface of the' 
county is broken by mountains, and only about one-third is capable of cultivation. The 
mountains, however, are covered by some of the finest redwood, pine, spruce and fir in the 
state. Lumbering, dairying and mining are leading industries. When ihe Klamath In- 
dian reservation is thrown open, a great stimulus will be given to the lumbering interest in 
the heavily timbered country along the river banks. The assessed valuation in 1889 was 
$1,925,031. 

EL DORADO. 

El Dorado county, one of the oldest and richest of the foot-hill mining counties, extends 
from Sai-ramento county on the west to the state line of Nevada on the east. Its area is 
1,890 square miles, and its population, given by the census of 188() as 10,683, is now esti- 
mated at 12,000. Placerville, the county seat, is in the center of a once rich mining coun- 
try, but now devoted to almost equally profitable fruit-growing and agriculture; it once 
ranked among the leading cities of California. Coloma, once the county seat, is celebrated 
as the place where gold was first discovered, in Sutter's mill-race. The country rises by 
gradual ascent from the Sacramento valley region to the Sierra, crowned by snow the year 
round. All the western part, consisting of fertile plains and foot-hills, is especially adapted 
to fruit, and within five years a great area has been planted to the choicest varieties. Be- 
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irrigation when required, mining is still carried on extensively. The assess^d valuation in 
1889 was $3,879,887. 

PRESNO, 

Fresno county lies midway in the great San Joaquin valley, between Merced and Mari- 
posa on the north and Tulare on tlie south. It is the third largest county in the state, 
having an area of 8,093 square miles. Its population, given by the 1880 census as 9,478, 
has increased enormously within the last five years, and is now estimated at 33,000, while 
the yearly increase is fully 5,000. Fresno, the county seat, is in the geographical center, 
and is the seat of the greatest raisin-producing section in the United States. The new acre- 
age planted to raisin grapes this season is 10,000 acres, making the total acreage 36,000. 
Other large towns are Madera, Huron, Kingsburg and Selma. Two-thirds of the county is 
level as a baru floor, with soil of inexhaustible fertility. Here an elaborate system of irri- 
gating canals has converted thousands of acres into one great vineyard of raisin grapes. 
While other fruits are less profitable than the grape, they are largely cultivated for drying 
and canning. The irrigating canals are capable of watering one thousand square mile^, and 
this capacity can be increased. Besides all the ordinary agricultural products, Fresno pro- 
duces a. large amount of alfalfa, honey, sorghum, sweet potatoes and Egyptian corn. In the 
eastern part of the county are some of the loftiest peaks of the high Sierra, rising more than 
14,000 feet above sea-level. The mountain slopes are clothed with the finest growth of red- 
wood and sugar pine. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $35,387,173. 

HUMBOLDT. 

Humboldt county lies along the Pacific coast, directly south of Del Norte. Its area is 
4,093 square miles, and its population, given by the census of 1880 as 15,512, is now 30,000. 
Eureka, the county seat, is on Humboldt bay, the best harbor between San Francisco and 
Puget Sound, and has a population of 8,000. Other towns are Areata, Trinidad, Rohner- 
ville and Ferndale. The surface of Humboldt is extremely rugged, being broken by many 
spurs of the Coast range, and it has several navigable streams, chief of which are the Klamath 
and Trinity rivers. More than 450,000 acres are covered with the heaviest growth of red- 
wood in the state, while there are 200,000 acres of pine, cedar, spruce and fir. The timber 
yet uncut amounts to more than the entire timber reserve of Michigan, Wisconsin and Min- 
nesota. Naturally lumbering is the chief industry. Lumber exports for 1887 were 104,519,- 
726 feet. Only about 30,000 acres are under cultivation, but Humboldt grain, potatoes and 
fruit are well known for superior quality. Mining is extensively carried on in the northern 
part, and ship-building and stock-raising are sources of wealth. The assessed valuation in 
1889 was $18,440,872. 

INYO. 

Inyo county is situated at the extreme east of the state, with the Sierra for a western 
boundary, has an area of 10,156 square miles, the greater part being mountainous land. It 
is shut off from the rest of the state by the enormous mountain chain, of which the highest 
peak is Mt. Whitney, 14,887 feet above sea-level. Its population, given by the 1880 census 
as 2,928, has now increased to about 5,000. Independence, the county seat, is in the midst 
of a rich mining country. Only a few thousand acres in Owens valley are under cultivation, 
but large irrigating projects are now under way, which will convert the sage-brush desert 
into fertile fields. Mining has always been the chief source of wealth, but large deposits of 
borax and soda are worked in Death valley, and a vast quarry of the purest marble. The 
Oarson and Colorado Railroad now furnishes transportation, which was formerly lacking. 
The assessed valuation in 1889 was $1,548,695. 

KERN. 

Kern county lies at the southern end of the San Joaquin valley, and has Tulare to the 
north and Los Angeles and Ventura to the south. Its area is about 8,100 square miles, and 
its population, put at 5,601 by the census of 1880, now numbers 13,000. Bakersfield, the 
county seat, is in the Kern valley, and has many fine public buildings. About one-third 
of the county is rich agricultural land, capable of raising any crop with irrigation, that is 
furnished by ditches or artesian wells. The Kern river furnishes water for a series of canals 
that cost not less than $5,000,000. Alfalfa is largely raised for feed, and the raising of cattle, 
horses, sheep and hogs forms the main industry. All agricultural products grow with tropi- 
cal luxuriance, and fruit-raising is beginning to attract attention. Other industries are lum- 
bering and quartz mining. The assessed valuation for 1889 was $10,278,996. 

LAKE. 

Lake county is shut in between two ridges of the Coast range, with mf.untains also to 
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palm for picturesque scenery. It is one of the central California counties, with an area o^ 
about 1,078 square miles, and a population now estimated at 10,000; census report of 1880 
gives 6,596. Lakeport, the county seat, is on Clear lake, and is the center of a good trade.. 
The country is very broken, but the valleys are extremely fertile. Large quantities of wheat, 
barley, oats, corn, potatoes and hops are grown, while many sheep and hogs are raised.- 
Fruit-growing is also increasing, the county being especially adapted to the winter apple. 
There are also mines of quicksilver. The county has many popular tourist resorts, as it has 
a dozen mineral springs, famous for their waters. The assessed valuation in 1889 was 
$4,022,484. 

LASSEN. 

Lassen county is situated far to the north, adjoining the state of Nevada. It has an area 
of 4,750 square miles, of which fully three-quarters is mountainous. Its population in 1880' 
was returned as 3,340, but is now estimated at 5,500. The county seat is Susanville, in 
Honey Lake valley, at an elevation of 4,184 feet above the sea-level. Despite the high alti- 
tude the climate is not severe. The leading industries are stock-raising and lumbering. The 
mountain grasses are peculiarly nutritious, and large herds graze in a country so rough that 
it would be the despair of the cattlemen of the plains. The foot-hills are covered with valu- 
able forests of sugar and yellow pine, cedar and tir. Fruit-growing is receiving much atten- 
tion. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $2,527,449. 

LOS ANGELES. 

Los Angeles county has a shore-line of 90 miles on the Pacific, but the greater part of 
the county lies inland. It is just south of Kern county, and is cut off from the north by a 
spur of the Sierra. It is the most famous of the southern California counties, and is in the 
heart of the semi-tropical belt. Its area is 4,812^ square miles, and its population, given as 
only 33,381 in 1880, has increased by the unexampled immigration from the East to 150,000,, 
making it the second county in population and assessable wealth in the state. Los Angeles, 
the county seat, is the second city in the state, and claims 70,000 people; it covers an area of 
36 square miles, but most of the houses are surrounded by large gardens. Its trade is large,, 
as it is the natural railroad center for southern California, and is surrounded by colonies, 
where many wealthy people have made their homes. Large towns immediately about Los^ 
Angeles are Pasadena, Santa Ana, Orange and Tustin, while thriving colonies are Pomona 
and Anaheim. The whole county within a radius of twenty miles of Los Angeles has been 
converted into colonies and villas. Orange and grape growing, wine-making, market garden- 
ing and general agriculture form the chief industries, while the tourist business adds largely 
to the wealth of the county. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $84,386,319, while that of 
1866 was only 137,560,880. 

MARIN. 

Marin county lies between the Pacific ocean and San Francisco bay; it has an extensive- 
coast line; it is northeast from San Francisco, and is bounded to the north and east by 
Sonoma county. Its area is 509 square miles, and its population, given as 11,324 in the cen- 
sus of 1880, is now estimated at 15,000. San Eafael, the county seat, is one of the prettiest 
of the suburban resorts about San Francisco bay, and is the home of many rich people. It 
has many beautiful residences, and a large first class hotel. Other towns are Sausalito, 
Nicasio and Tomales, while a dozen new suburban resorts have sprung up near San Rafael 
and Sausalito. The county is noted for its large dairy ranches, that stretch along the shore 
of the Pacific, and its butter and cheese command high prices. The assessed valuation in- 
1889 was 111,108,657. 

MARIPOSA. 

Mariposa county is situated between Tuolumne and Fresno. This county is celebrated 
as containing the Yosemite valley and the Mariposa grove of big trees. Its area is 1,543^ 
square miles, and its population is estimated at 6,500; the census of 1880 gives 4,339. The 
county seat, Mariposa, lies 45 miles from the Southern Pacific Railroad, and is reached by 
stages. Other towns are Hornitos, Coulterville and Cathay. The surface of the eastern 
half is extremely rugged and covered by heavy forests of redwood and pine. The western 
half consists of foothills and plains, which are immensely productive when irrigated. Mining 
is still the chief industry, many valuable quartz mines being worked. Lumbering, agricult- 
ure and stock-raising are profitable, and fruit-growing is receiving attention. The assessed 
valuation for 1889 was $1,900,000. 

MENDOCINO. 

Mendocino county borders on the Pacific ocean for 130 miles. This county lies just 
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and its population, given in the census of 1880 as 12,800, is now estimated at 22,500. Ukiah, 
the county seat, lies in a valley of the same name, and is noted as a health resort. Other 
towns are Covelo, Point Arena, Westport and Mendocino city. The county is divided by 
mountain ridges into a number of valleys, all fertile and well watered. Extending all along 
the coast, and for an average width of fifteen miles, is the great redwood belt, which is sec- 
ond only in size and value to that of Humboldt county. The chief industries are lumbering, 
dairying, sheep-raising and general agriculture. The potato crop is an important source of 
wealth. The assessed valuation for 1889 was 11,944,865. 

MER(^ED. 

Merced county is situated in the heart of the San Joaquin valley, between Stanislaus- 
and Fresno. This has long been known as one of the greatest Wiieat counties of California. 
Its area is 1,968 square miles, and its population, reported in 1880 by the United States cen- 
sus as 5,646, is now put down at 9,000. The county seat is Merced, which has many fine 
public buildings. Most of the land in the county is plain or foot-hill. It is watered by the 
San Joaquin and Merced rivers, which furnish facilities for irrigation. The county boasts 
of the largest irrigating ditch in this country, the Merced canal, which is 29 miles long, and 
terminates in a huge reservoir of 640 acres, five miles from Merced City. It will irrigate 
300,000 acres, and it cost $2,500,000. Wheat and barley have long been the staple products, 
being grown without irrigation, but many acres have recently been planted to fruit and 
vines, and with irrigation these will prove far more profitable than grain. Stock-raising is 
also carried on in the foot-hills. The assessed valuation for 1889 was $14,000,000. 

MODOC. 

Modoc county lies at the far northeast corner of the state. It has an area of 4,296 square 
miles. The population is now about 7,000, but the census of 1880 gave it 4,399. Alturas, 
the county seat, lies at the meeting of the north and south forks of Pitt river, and is the 
center of a large trade. The surface is broken, more than half the area consisting of mount- 
ainous land, while a great tract, 100 miles by 60, in the northeastern part, is covered by the 
lava-beds, and is fit' only for grazing. Stock raising is the chief pursuit, and large herds are 
driven annually out of the mountains. Dairying and lumbering also are important indus- 
tries. Only lack of rail communication prevents Modoc from being a fine grain and agricul- 
tural country. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $3,000,000. 

MONO. 

Mono county extends along the boundary between Nevada and California, with Inyo 
county to the south. Its area is 2,796 square miles. The estimated population is 3,200, 
while the census of 1880 gives 7,499. The decrease is due to changes wrought by mining 
excitement, but the steady growth of the last few years is of the class that makes homes, and 
remains. The surface is extremely mountainous, and mining has always been the chief in- 
dustry. The eastern part is composed of alkali plains, interspersed with salt-pools and vol- 
canic remains. The lower foot-hills are covered with a heavy growth of sugar and yellow 
pine. Bodie, the largest town, was once the center of extraordinary rich mines. Of late 
these mines have been reopened, and the bullion yield last year was over a half million dol- 
lars. Cheap transportation is all that is needed to cause a general revival of mining in many 
loDg-deserted camps. Lumbering and stock-raising are also important industries. The as- 
sessed valuation for 1889 is $941,010. 

MONTEREY. 

Monterey county, situated on the coast south of Santa Cruz and north of San Luis Obis- 
po, contains 3,328 square miles; its population is estimated at over 20,000, though by the 
census of 1880 it was placed at 11,302. Salinas city is the county seat and largest town, 
other places being Monterey, Castroville, Pajaro, Soledad and Gonzales. Monterey is one 
of the leading cereal-producing counties in the state, nearly half a million acres being an- 
nually sown to grain. Through the center of the Salinas valley runs the Salinas river, which 
empties into the ocean at Moss Landing, the seaport of Castroville. The Pajaro valley, a 
portion of which is in Santa Cruz county^ is watered by the Pajaro river. Its soil is very 
rich, and particularly well adapted for the growth of fruits and vegetables, especially sugar- 
beets. The Carmel valley, in which is located the Mission of San Carlos, also contains con- 
siderable arable land. Farming, wool-growing, and stock-raising constitute the chief indus- 
tries of the county. Monterey, the former capital of the state, is one of the principal water- 
ing places on the Pacific coast. It has many "places of historic interest, and' the scenery in 
the vicinity is very picturesque. About a mile east of the old town is the Hotel Del Monte, 
built by the Southern Pacific Company, one of the finest seaside hotels in America. Pacific 
jQrove Retreat, near by, is also a popular summer resort. The assessed valuation of the 
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NAPA. 

Napa county is in the central part of the state, with Lake county on the north and San 
Pablo bay on the south. It is over fifty miles long by from thirty to thirty-five miles wide, 
and has an area of 789 square miles. The population, according to the United States census 
of 1880, was 18,234, but it is now estimated at 20,000. Napa City, the county seat, is on 
the Napa river, in a beautiful section, and has many substantial buildings. Other important 
towns are St. Helena, the center of a rich wine-making district, and Calistoga, a famous 
health resort. The soil of Napa, largely made of volcanic remains, is peculiarly adapted to 
the choicest wine grapes, and the county stands at the head for the quality of its fine wines. 
IThere are now over 15,000 acres planted to wine grapes, and the yearly increase is from 500 
to 1,000 acres. Of fruit-trees there are also nearly 300,000, the olive having been largely 
planted on the hill lands. Some of the largest wine-cellars in the state are in the neighbor- 
hood of St. Helena. The county produces one-third of all the wine made in California, and 
its main valley — the Napa — for a distance of thirty miles is almost one continuous vineyard. 
The other products are wheat, oats, barley, hay and quicksilver. It has many mineral 
springs, popular as health resorts, and its climate is unsurpassed for equability. The as- 
sessed valuation in 1889 was $14,970,181. 

NEVADA. 

Nevada county is one of diversified topography, gradually rising from the level of the 
upper Sacramento valley to the summit of the Sierra, on the eastern border of the state; its 
area is 1,125 square miles. In 1880 the population was 20,823, but it has now increased to 
25,000. Nevada City, a city of about 7,000 inhabitants, is the county sfeat. Grass Valley, 
Colfax, and North San Juan are other important places. In the eastern or mountainous part 
of the county lumbering is the chief industry; in the central section gold-mining is prosecu- 
ted on an extensive scale, while the less elevated lands are devoted to grazing and the rais- 
ing of grain and fruit. The quartz and drift mines of this county are steadily productive, 
though the suspension of hydraulic mining caused a period of dullness; the yield of the 
precious metal is now increasing, the quartz being worked with gratifying success. The 
many lumber-mills along the Truckee river send to market in the neighborhood of 35,000,000 
feet annually. All kinds of fruit, including oranges, are grown in the county. It is a pe- 
culiarity of this county that it produces the finest Bartlett pears grown in the state, and the 
acreage in this fruit is very large. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $6,500,000. 

ORANGE. 

The southwestern part of Los Angeles county, a territory about forty miles long by 
twenty wide, was made into the new county of Orange last year. It is a citrus-growing dis- 
trict, highly cultivated, and supporting a large population, estimated at 20,000. The chief 
city is Santa Ana, which has grown into a place of 5,000 people, with many handsome build- 
ings, within about seven years. The second city is Anaheim, the center of the oldest colony 
in Southern California. Other large and growing towns are Tustin, Garden Grove, El Mo- 
dena, Westminster, Newport and San Juan Capistrano. The county has an admirable sys- 
tem of irrigation, and most of its land is planted to oranges, raisin grapes and other fruit. 
The assessed valuation in 1889 was $9,300,000. 

PLACER. 

Placer county is long and narrow, extending to the summit of the Sierra and running 
down within a few miles of the Sacramento river, embracing 1,429 square miles of valley, 
foot-hill and mountain lands, and possessing resources extremely varied in nature. The popu- 
lation, rated at 14,232 in 1880, is now about 26,000. Auburn, a thrifty town of 2,000 inhab- 
itants, is the county seat. Rocklin, Penryn, Newcastle, Dutch Flat, Alta, Cisco and Sum- 
mit are other towns and villages. All of these towns are on the line of the Central Pacific 
railroad, the station at Summit being 7,017 feet above the sea. The resources of Placer are 
extremely varied. All kinds of fruit, from apples to oranges, kre shipped to all parts of tlie 
state and to the East; millions of feet of lumber are annually exported; the chief granite 
quarries of California are here, and the gold mines, from which at least $35,000,000 have been 
extracted, are still far from exhausted. As attractions for the tourist, Placer boasts of 
Donner Lake, Soda Springs, and Lake Tahoe. Irrigation is practiced to a considerable extent, 
abandoned mining-ditches being used to conduct the waters of the Bear river to the lower 
lands. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $10,118,060. 

PLUMAS. 

Plumas county is one of the chain of mountain counties, and is bounded by Shasta, Las- 
sen, Pi tte and Tehama; its area is 2,656 square miles; in 1880, the population was 6,180, 
and is now about 7,000; Quincy is the county seat; Laporte, Meadow Valley and Taylor- 



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ville are other towns. Although situated among the Sierra Nevada, containing several 
lofty peaks, and noted for its picturesque scenery, Plumas embraces many sheltered val- ' 
leys of rich alluvial soil, and well-watered grassy meadows, supporting a prosperous agri- 
cultural community. Mining, however, as in the earlier days of California, is still the most 
profitable industry. The American valley and the Mountain meadows are noted for their 
succulent vegetation, and in dry seasons furnish a grazing-ground for stockmen from other 
counties. The north and middle forks of the Feather river take their rise in this county, 
and in winter rush in torrents to join the Sacramento. The resources of Plumas are in large 
measure uudeveloped, yet the salubrious climate and productive soil of its elevated valleys^ 
as well as its hidden mineral wealth, are attracting a constantly increasing tide of immigra- 
tion. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $2,230,000. 

SACRAMENTO. 

Sacramento county — a quadrangular- shaped county, with an area of 968 square miles — is 
situated nearly in the geographical center of the state, of which its county seat, Sacramento, 
is the capital. The population was 34,390 in 1880, and is now about 47,000. Nearly the 
entire area of the county consists of rich valley lands, through which flow the Sacramento, 
American and Cosumnes rivers. The former stream, the largest in the state, is lined with 
extensive orchards, and the annual product of fruits is not excelled by any other county. 
The vineyards are constantly increasing in extent; the shipments of grain and hay are 
extensive. In 1889, 1,700 car-loads of green fruit were shipped east from Sacramento City. 
The city of Sacramento, at the junction of the Sacramento and American rivers, has a popu- 
lation of 35,000; contains the state capitol, an imposing structure costing over $3,000,000, 
the Crocker Art Gallery, the new Roman Catholic Cathedral, and the shops of the Central Pacific 
Railroad Co. , employing about 2,000 men. The trade of Sacramento amounts to $60,000,000 a 
year. Folsom, where the branch State Prison is located, is famed for its granite quarries. 
The assessed valuation of the county in 1889 was $34,460,174. 

SAN BENITO. 

San Benito county was formerly a part of Monterey county, by which it is bounded on 
the south and west; Merced and Fresno are on the east, and Santa Clara constitutes its 
northern boundary; its area is 1,056 square miles. The population, which in 1880 was 
5,584, is now estimated at 8,500. Hollister is the county seat, and is a flourishing town of 
2,500 inhabitants. San Juan, seven miles from Hollister, is an old town, and is the site of 
one of the Franciscan missions. Tres Pinos is a young but enterprising village on the 
Southern Pacific. Between the Gabilan and Mount Diablo ranges, which inclose the county, 
are many thousand acres of fine farming land, watered by the San Benito river and Tres , 
Pinos creek. Wool growing is an important industry, and the mineral products of the 
county have added materially to its prosperity. The famous New Idria quicksilver mines,, 
discovered in 1852, are among the richest in the world, the estimated value of their output 
to date being over $8,000,000. Limestone of good quality and iron ore and antimony also 
exist in the Gabilan mountains. The assessed valuation of the county in 1889 was $6,272,91 1. 

SAN . BERNARDINO. 

San Bernardino county lies south of Inyo, and extends from Los Angeles and Kern 
counties on the west to the Arizona line; it ranks first in size among the counties, and has 
an area of 21,172 square miles. The population by the United States census of 1880 was 
7,786, but so great has been the influx of immigrants that it is now estimated to have 
33,000. San Bernardino, the county seat, is an old town settled by the Mormons, which 
has suddenly developed, within three years, into an important city, with many costly build- 
ings and a population of 10,000. Other important towns are Riverside, the seat of extensive 
orange groves and raisin vineyards, Colton, Cucamonga, Redlands. 'I he eastern part of the 
county includes portions of the Mojave and Colorado desert, but thousands of acres of what 
was once regarded as hopelessly sterile have been reclaimed by artesian wells. The south- 
western section is very fertile, and with irrigation produces all kinds of fruits, grain and 
vegetables. Wheat-growing, once the leading industry, has given place to orange and grape 
culture, and the growing of deciduous fruits and vegetables. San Bernardino produces the 
finest oranges in the state. Immense irrigation works have been constructed; the largest 
reservoir is at the head of Bear creek, and is six miles long by three-quarters of a mile wide. 
Other important industries are mining and lumbering. The assessed valuation in 1889 was 
$23,267,955 against $8,089,305 for 1886. 

SAN DIEGO. 

San Diego county is situated at the extreme southern end of the state, adjoining Lower 
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The population, given in the United States census of 1880 as 8,618, has leaped in the last 
five years to 55,000. • San Diego, the county seat, had no railroad connection with the* out- 
side world in 1886, but to-day it has through coaiiection with several lines of railroad, has 
spent $1,500,000 in improvements, and has a population of 30,000. On Coronado beach, 
directly opposite San Diego, |1,000, 000 has been spent on a great hotel and its grounds. 
Both San Diego and its suburbs have the electric light, motor railroads and all city conve- 
niences, with a system of sewerage that insures good health. All these expenditures have 
been made on the strength of its advantages as a health resort, the climate being very 
equable and the water suitable for bathing the most of the year. Other important towns 
are San Jacinto, Banning and Elsinore. All fruits grow luxuriantly in the county, but the 
chief drawback has been lack of water. This is now being developed by artesian wells and 
storage reservoirs in the mountains. The leading products are citrus fruits, raisins, olives 
and nuts. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $29,560,918, against $9,961,282 for 1886. 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY. 

See sketch of city. 

SAN JOAQUIN. 

San Joaquin county is an agricultural county, bounded by Sacramento, Amador, Calaveras, 
Stanislaus, Abmeda, and Contra Costa. Its area is 1,370 square miles. In 1880 the popu- 
lation was 24,349. It is now 35,000. The San Joaquin, Mokelumne and Calaveras rivers 
flow through the county, and as they near their outlets, form a vast delta, portions of 
which have been reclaimed, and found to be extremely productive. Stockton, near the 
head of tide- water on the San Joaquin river, the county seat, is one of the leading cities of 
California, its manufacturing interests being very large. Lodi, Woodbridge, Lockeford, 
Farmington and Lathrop are all lively towns. The county is noted for the fertility of its 
soil, which produces all kinds of crops, and being so well watered seldom suffers from 
drought. Wheat is the chief product; the yearly shipments of this cereal running up into 
the millions of bushels. Fmit is also grown and sent to market in considerable quantities. 
The assessed valuation of the county in 1889 was 38,702,606. 

SAN LUIS OBISPO. 

San Luis Obispo county lies between the Pacific ocean and the Coast range, with Mon- 
terey on the north and Santa Barbara on the south. This county embraces 3,578 square 
miles, and has an estimated population of 20,000, though in 1880 it was given at 9,142. 
San Luis Obispo is the county seat and business center of the county, the principal towns 
being San Simeon, Cambria, Avila, Paso Robles, Templeton, Arroyo Grande and San 
Miguel. Stock-raising, dairying, farming and horticulture are conducted extensively, and 
the honey product is an important factor in the county's wealth. Port Harford is the prin- 
cipal seaport, though there are five shipping points along the eighty miles of coast. The 
fertile interior valleys are drained by the Salinas river and its tributaries; the soil is adobe 
mixed with sandy loam, and irrigation is not needed. Gypsum is found in large quantities, 
and other minerals are known to exist. The recent extension of the Southern Pacific has 
given the interior of this county a new impetus, and its population is rapidly increasing. 
The most valuable sulphur springs in the state are located at Paso Robles, which is cele- 
brated as a great health resort. When the Southern Pacific coast line is completed 
from Santa Barbara, Paso Robles will be one of the main stopping-places on this tourist 
line, Sant* Barbara and Monterey being the other two. The assessed valuation in 1889 was 
$15,139,117. 

SAN MATEO. 

San Mateo county adjoins San Francisco on the south. It is bounded on the west by 
the Pacific ocean, on the south by Santa Cruz, and on the east by San Francisco bay and 
Santa Clara county. Its area is 459 square miles. Redwood City is the county seat. 
Belmont, Menlo Park, Halfmoon Bay, San Mateo, San Bruno, Millbrae, La Honda, and 
Pescadero are the other towns best known. The population, now estimated at 13,000, was 
8,669 in 1880. Dairying, farming, and lumbering are the principal industries of the county. 
Pescadero, situated on the ocean, 56 miles south of San Francisco, annually ships many 
millions of shingles and lumber cut from adjoining redwood forests; it also is the center of 
the butter and cheese industry. Most of the milk supplied to the metropolis conies from 
dairy farms in the neighborhood of San Bruno, Millbrae, and San Mateo. At Palo Alto, 
near San Mateo, is located the famous stock farm of Senator Leland Stanford, and here 
are being erected the buildings of the Leland Stanford Jr. University, destined to bo 
one of the leading educational institutions of the world. The endowment consists of 
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training. Liberal scholarships will be provided, and needy students will be aided. In 
the university town board will be provided at low rates. In cdhnection with the 
university will be an experimental farm and shops for learning the trades. At Belmiont, 
and other places along the Southern Pacific Railroad, are many splendid suburban resi- 
dences of San Francisco millionaires. In 1889 the assessed valuation of the coouity was 
$13,888,887. 

SANTA BARBARA. 

Santa Barbara county fronts on the Pacific ocean, and is bounded on the north by San 
Luis Obispo, on the east by Ventura, and on the south by Santa Barbara channel^ flowing 
between the mainland and the islands of Santa Cruz, San Miguel, and Santa Rosa, It 
contai as 2,265 square miles, and an estimated population of 20,000, which has increased 
from 9,513 in 1880. Santa Barbara, the county seat, famous for the salubrity of its elimate,. 
has rapidly grown in business importance since its connection with the railroad system of 
the state. It is a city of 8,000 inhabitants. Other towns are Lompoc, Guadaloupe,. C'ar- 
penteria, Goleta, and Central City. Sheep-raising has heretofore constituted the most 
important industry of the county, the Channel islands furnishing their share of the product^ 
but agriculture and fruit-growing are coming to be regarded as more reliable sources of 
profit. Olive oil is being produced on a large scale, and Santa Barbara has entered into, 
successful competition with her neighbors in the growth of citrus fruits. The assessed ral- 
uation of the county in 1889 was $16,000,000. 

SANTA CLARA. 

Santa Clara is a valley county at the southern extremity of San Francisco tay^ with an 
area of 1,296 square miles, and a population of 75,000, against 35,039 in 1880. It is one of 
the most important grain and fruit producing sections of the state. San Jose,, the fifth city 
in California, is the county seat, and is situated in the center of a magnificent valley; three 
miles distant is the town of Santa Clara, the two being connected by the famous Alameda. 
Other places are Gilroy, Los Gatos, Mountain View, Mayfield, New Almaden, and Milpitas. 
The resources of the county embrace cereals, fruits, wool, live stock, and dairy products. 
The orchards yield, without irrigation, thousands of tons of the choicest fruit every season, 
and vast fields of grain cover the valley for miles without a break. At San Jose is located 
the State Normal School, and on Mount Hamilton, 20 miles distant, is the world-famous 
Lick Observatory, with its great 36-inch telescope. The assessed valuation of property in 
1889 was $52, (►00, 000. 

SANTA CRUZ. 

Santa Cruz is comparatively a small county on the northern side of Monterey bay, with 
San Mateo on the north, and Santa Clara on the east. Its area is 437 square miles, and 
the population, placed at 12,802 in 1880, is now estimated at 32,000. Santa Cruz, a flour- 
ishing city of 12,000 inhabitants, noted as a seaside resort, is the county seat. Watsonville, 
in the Pajaro valley, one of the most fertile sections of the state, is the second town in 
size. Other places are Soquel, Aptos, Felton, and Capitola. The Coast range here comes 
down near to the sea, and its slopes and canyons, covered with a dense growth of redwood, 
furnish a source of wealth and employment to many lumbermen. The powder works near 
Santa Cruz, and extensive lime works and tanneries, also add materially to the prosperity 
of the people. The beet-sugar works at Watsonville are the largest in the United States, 
if not in the world. Santa Cruz annually sends large quantities of fruit to market, and 
thousands of acres of mountain land have been planted to fruit and vines during the last 
few years. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $11,160,230. 

SHASTA. 

Shasta county forms the extreme northern point of the great Sacramento valley. Here 
are the headwaters of the river, which has its source in the defiles of Mt. Shasta, and here 
is some of the "tnost picturesque scenery in the west. The county is traversed both by the 
Sierra and the Coast range, and for the most part is extremely mountainous, while the for- 
est is largely virgin. The area is 3,765 square miles, and the population has jumped from 
9,4^ in 1880 to fully 18,000 at present. Redding, the county seat, is one of the most 
promising cities north of Sacramento. It lies in a position to command the trade of a rich 
farming, mining, and lumbering region, and its growth during the last two years has been 
phenomenal. Other towns are hasta, CottonVood, and Anderson. Until recently farming, 
stock-raising, and mining were the chief industries, but experiment has shown that soil and 
climate in Shasta are specially adapted to fruits, and a very large acreage has been planted, 
and several flourishing colonies have been established. The completion of the California 
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tiers are rapidly locating on the public lands. The assessed value of the county in 1889 was 
^6,600,000. 

SIERRA. 

As its name indicates, Sierra is one of the counties that is formed by the great chain of 
mountains that bars off California from Nevada. It lies to the south of Lassen and Plumas, 
and most of its surface is broken by mountain peaks and ridges, though there are a number 
of rich valleys, walled in by spurs of the Sierra Nevada. The area is 781 square miles. 
The United States census of 1880 gave the population as 6,623; at present the county has 
-about 8,000. Downieville, the county seat, was once the seat of very important mines, and 
it still commands a large trade. Other towns are Sierra City and Forest City. Mining has 
always been? the leading industry. The county was rich in mineral deposits, and in the 
early days it produced large quantities of gold. Now, when only a small number of mines 
are worked, the yield is still something over ^1,000,000 a year. Agriculture is carried on 
in the elevated valleys, the land •being extraordmarily fertile. The assessed valuation of 
the county in 1889 was $1,700,000. 

SISKIYOU. 

At the far nort'Tem end of the state, Siskiyou includes the mountains that form the 
natural wall between California and Oregon. It lies between Modoc and Del Norte, and 
comprises some of the finest scenery in the state. At the eastern end are portions of the 
historic lava-beds. The canyons of the Sacramento and Pitt rivers form the natural high- 
way to Oregon, while the whole western part is a series of broken mountain ridges. Yreka, 
the county seat, is a flourishing town, while other new towns along the railroad are Sisson's, 
Upper Soda Springs, and Montague. The area of the county is 6,078 square miles, and the 
population, given in 1880 as 8,610, is now estimated at 15,500. The assessed valuation in 
1889 was 16,000,000. Mining is still the chief industry, but general farming is rapidly tak- 
ing its place, as the lands are rich and produce heavy crops of all the cereals. In the north- 
ern part stock-raising is carried on. In the southeastern part of the county lies Mt. Shasta. 
The Southern Pacitio Company have proposed to the United States government to set aside 
the region near Mt. Shasta as a national park, and thus preserve the timber and game. 
If this be done, the region will become a resort for tourists second only in its attractions to 
the Yosemite valley. 

SOLANO. 

One of the richest fruit and grain counties in the state is Solano, which borders on the 
straits of Carquinez and Suisun bay. Its area is 628 square miles, and it has a population 
of 25,000, a rapid growth from the 18,475 given in the United States census of 1880. Fair- 
field, the county seat, is the center of a large trade, and other important towns are Suisun, 
Rio Vista, Benicia, Cordelia and Vallejo. The latter is the largest place in the county, and 
is noted as the site of Mare Island navy-yard, the only government naval station on this 
coast. For many years Solano county was chiefly famous for the large crops of wheat that 
it produced, but of late years it has established an equal repatation for fruit-growing. The 
Vaca valley region is celebrated as among the great fruit sections of the state. The warmth 
and equability of the climate in this favored valley insures remarkably early and heavy 
crops of all kinds of fruit. From Vacaville, the chief town in the valley, no less than ten 
car-loads of fruit are daily shipped during the season. The county has the best health record 
in the state. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $19, 182,050. 

SONOMA. 

Sonoma county has an ocean boundary of 65 miles, between Marin and Mendocino, with 
Napa county on the east, and San Pablo bay fringing a portion of its southern shore. Its 
area is 1,500 square miles, and its estimated population .37,500. The United States cen- 
sus of 1880 gave a population of 25,926. Santa Rosa, the county seat, is a city of great com- 
mercial importance, while the enterprise of its people has made it one of the most beautiful 
in the state, with great advantages in the way of schools and churches. Other towns of 
importance are Sonoma, which was settled by the mission padres in 1823, Petaluma, Healds- 
burg, Guerneville and Cloverdale. .Sonoma, like Napa, is celebrated as one of the chief wine- 
making counties. Here the first thorough experiments were made in introducing choice 
foreign varieties of wine grapes, and for many years Sonoma took the lead both in quality 
and quantity of wine produced. She still takes third rank in the production of wine and 
table grapes. There has been a great increase in the acreage of grapes during the last five 
years, and much land formerly regarded as worthless has been shown specially adapted to 
the vine. Nearly all fruits do well in Sonoma, and the yield is large. Dairying, stock- 
raising, wool-growing and lumbering are all important industries. For the first three, it is 
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dry season. The redwood belt is extensive, and the great lumbering camps along the Rus- 
sian river turn out an average of 1,000,000 feet per day. The county's assessed valuation 
in 1889 was 131,222,671. 

STANISLAUS. 

One of the great wheat counties is Stanislaus, in the heart of the San Joaquin valley. It 
extends from the foot-hill counties of Calaveras and Tuolumne to Santa Clara on the west, 
and is watered by the San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers. Most of the land is 
level as a barn floor, of exhaustless fertility, and is held in great ranches by owners who de- 
rive a princely income from the grain crops, that are seldom known to fail. The area of the 
county is 1,500 square miles, and the estimated population is 12,000; the United States 
census of 1880 gave the population as 8,751. Modesto, the county seat, is the center of one 
of the richest farming districts in the state, and though a young town, it has ^over 2,500 
people. Other towns are Knight's Ferry, Oakdale, Hill's Ferry and Turlock. Wheat- 
growing is the leading pursuit, but fruit-growing will sooo dispute precedence with it. A 
very large acreage of fruit trees has been planted during the last five years. Even the citrus 
fruits flourish here, where frost is almost unknown. The deciduous fruits and grapes from 
Stanislaus are celebrated for their superior size and flavor. The assessed valuation of the 
county in 1889 was $17,000,000. 

SUTTER. 

Lying in the heart of the Sacramento valley, Sutter county would be almost a level 
plain but for the Sutter buttes, that rise to a height of 1,000 feet and form the great 
landmark in the valley. The county is inclosed between the Sacramento and Feather 
rivers, and the soil is alluvial material of exhaustless fertility. Where not cultivated, 
it supports a heavy growth of oak; and it has been cropped from year to year in wheat 
and other grains without showing any decrease of yield. The area is 610 square miles, 
and there is almost no waste land. The census of 1880 gave a population of 5,159, but 
the estimated population to-day is 7,000. The county seat, Yuba city, is situated on 
the Feather river, directly opposite to Marysville, in \uba county, the great trading-post 
for a half-dozen counties. Other towns are Nicolaus, Meridian, Live Oak and Pleasant 
Grove. The chief industry in Sutter is farming, and the county is noted for the size of its 
wheat ranches and the wealth of their owners. With the single exception of Colusa, its 
ranchmen have clung more closely than any others in the state to their original possessions, 
and the great crops of wheat and barley they raise every year have made them rich. 
Within a few years fruit-growing has been introduced, and promises to be a great industry, 
as the soil and climate suit nearly all varieties. The assessed valuation of 1889 was 
$10,100,000, which makes Sutter the richest county in the state, as far as average wealth is 
concerned. 

TEHAMA. 

The northern end of the Sacramento valley is formed by Tehama county, which reaches 
from the Sierra to the Coast range, and from Shasta on the north to Butte and Colusa on 
the south. The area is 8,125 square miles; and the United States census of 1880 gave the 
population as 9,301, but it is estimated the present population is fully 15,000. Red Bluft", 
the county seat, is one of the most important cities in northern California. It lies on a high 
bluff of the Sacramento river, and has many fine buildings and a large and growing trade. 
Other towns are Corning, Vina and Tehama. The lands of Tehama are fully as rich as those 
of Sutter, but there is more waste land, which is utilized as sheep pasture. For years the 
chief industries were wheat and wool-growing, but of late fruit has received special atten- 
tion. Many of the great wheat ranches have been split up, and sold in small farms to set- 
tlers, who are planting prunes, peaches and other deciduous fruits. The county boasts of 
the largest vineyard in the state, or in the world, — the estate of Senator Stanford at Vina, 
comprising 50,000 acres, of which 3,500 acres are planted to wine grapes. Large fields are 
sown to alfalfa, and Holstein cattle and thoroughbred horses are also a feature of this ranch. 
In the northern section lumbering is an important industry. The assessed valuation in 1889 
was $11,904,255-. 

TRINITY. 

Tritiity count}" is one of the far northern counties, lying just south of Siskiyou, and be- 
tween Shasta and Tehama on the east and Humboldt on the west. Its area is 2,625 square 
miles; and the population, given by the United States census of 1880 as 4,999, , is now esti- 
mated at 6,500. Weaverville, the county seat, is on the Trinity river, and is the natural 
center for the trade of a large mining district. Other towns are Trinity Center, Lewiston, 
Junction City and Altoona. The chief industry of Trinity has been mining. The county 
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contain rich deposits of mineral. Hydraulic mining, which has been enjoined by law in 
counties that drain into the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, is stiU carried on here, but 
quartz-mining is the main source of wealth. The last few years have seen an efifort to utilize 
the fine grazing advantages of the county, and much fruit has been planted in the mountain 
valleys, where it grows to perfection. The assessed valuation in 1889 was §1,153,344. 

TULARE. 

Tulare county has an area of 6,406 square miles, and is the sixth in size in California; 
its topography is exceedingly diversified; from the low plains of the San Joaquin valley it 
gradually rises until its altitude culminates in Mount Whitney, 14,887 feet above the sea- 
level. Tulare lake, the largest body of fresh water in the state, is also embraced within its 
boundaries. Tulare lies south of Fresno and north of Kern, extending from the coast range 
on the borders of Monterey and Fresno to the peaks of the Inyo sierra. Jt contains over a 
million acres of valley land, watered by an extensive system of irrigating ditches from Kings 
and Kaweah rivers, and is the banner wheat-producing county of the state. Although the 
climate and soil are perfectly adapted to the growth of raisin grapes, and in fact all of the 
semi-tropic fruits, they are not yet cultivated on an extensive scale. The tendency, how- 
ever, each year is to plant less wheat and more vines and fruit trees. The foot-hill section 
is devoted to agriculture and stock-raising, and in the mountains several prosperous saw- 
mills are located. The population in 1880 was 11,281; now it is not less than 30,000. 
Visalia is the county seat; Tulare, division headquarters of the Southern Pacific, is the 
largest town; Traver, Cxoshen, Hanford, Grangeville, Lemoore, Portersville and Farmersville 
are growing places. In 1889 the assessed valuation was 824,443,013. 

TrOLUMXE. 

Tuolumne is an irregularly shaped county on the western slope of the Sierra, bounded 
on the north by Alpine, east by Mono, south by Mariposa, and west by Stanislaus and 
Calaveras; its area is 1,953 square miles; the character of the county is mountainous, 
though rolling hills, table-lands, and sheltered valleys afford rich grazing lands and many 
acres of tillable soil. Mining, as in the early days of California, is stdl the leading industry 
ol the people; quarries of marble and slate are also successfully worked; the timber belt of 
the Sierra Nevada aflPords a livelihood to many lumbermen, and fruif -growing and diversi- 
fied farming receive considerable attention. The Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers flow 
throuiih the county. In Tuolumne is located the famous Hetch-Hetchy valley, which in 
scenic grandeur is second only to the Yosemite; two groves of big trees and a mammoth 
cave are also among the natural wonders of the county. The population is estimated at 
10,000; in 1880 it was 7,848. Sonora is the county seat. Columbia and Chinese Camp are 
other towns. The assessed valuation in 1889 was $2,716,465. 

VENTURA. . 

Ventura county is bounded by Santa Barbara and Kern on the north, Los Angeles on 
the east, and the Pacific ocean and a portion of Santa Barbara on the west, having 65 miles 
of sea-coast, and an area of 1,683 square miles. Ventura is noted for the extent of its 
grazing and farming lands, its petroleum-producing districts, and the healthfulness of its 
climate. Having until recently been deprived of railroad communication to market, and 
many of its large ranches being undivided, its progress in the x^ast was slow, but it has now 
entered upon an era of genuine prosperity. The production of cereals and fruits is increas- 
ing, and a desirable class of immigrants are finding homes in the county. The honey indus- 
try is very important, over 3,000,000 pounds being marketed in 1887. Ventura, 
the county seat, is situated near the ocean on the Ventura river and 12 miles from the port 
of Hueneme, in the oil belt, which promises to be a source of great wealth. The Santa 
Clara and Ojai valleys are capable of supporting a vast population, and are being rapidly 
settled up. The population in 1880 was 5,073; now it is at least 16,000. The assessed 
valuation in 1889 was $8,000,000. 

YOLO. 

Yolo county is a portion of the great Sacramento valley, bounded by Colusa, Sacra- 
mento, Sonoma, Solano, and Lake, embracing 1,017 square miles of land, nearly all of which 
is adapted to agriculture. There are, however, about 40,000 acres of so-called swamp land, 
which, though overflowed in the winter, furnish in summer good pasturage for stock. The 
Sacramento river flows along the eastern boundary of the county, while Putuh and Cache 
creeks and many smaller streams supply over 50 miles of irrigating ditches for the dryer 
districts. The fruit and vegetables of Yolo are unexcelled; raisins are extensively produced, 
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products. Dairying is an important industry, and of late years considerable attention has 
been paid to the growth of hops. The California and Oregon Railway passes through the 
county. The population is estimated at 16,000, as against 11,772 in 1880. Woodland is 
the county seat, and is only 18 miles from the capital of the state. Other towns are Davis - 
ville, Knight's Landing, Yolo, Capay, Dunnigan, Madison, and Washington. In 1889 the 
assessed valuation of the county was $21,911,235. 

YUBA. 

Yuba county, with an area of 917 square miles, is bounded by Butte and Plumas on 
the north, Sierra and Nevada on the east, Nevada, Placer, and Sutter on the south, and 
Sutter on the west. It was formerly the center of the hydraulic mining industry, and 
thousands of acres of farming land were ruined by debris; but now that an injunction 
has been put on the miners, many of their ditches are being used for the purpose of 
irrigation. Thus, while the output of the mines has very largely decreased, the agricul- 
tural and horticultural resources of the county are being developed to a surprising 
extent. Lumber is manufactured on a large scale, and fruits and grain are produced in 
constantly increasing quantities. The population of the county, in 1880 11,284, is now 
about 15,000, but recently it has begun to increase in a greater ratio. Marysville, the 
county seat, is a well-built city of about 8,000 inhabitants. Wheatland, Smartsville, 
Camptonville and Brownsville are other towns. In 1889 the assessed valuation of the 
county was $7,046,316. 

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KERN COUNTY. 

KERN COUNTY is one of the largest and most diversified of the State, 
having an area of 8,100 square miles, and including within its limits the 
widest possible range of climate and soil. About two-thirds of the county is 
mountainous in character, reaching from the thermal region of the foot-hills to 
the lofty peaks of the Sierra Nevadas ; the remainder consists of mesa lands 
and alluvial bottoms and is commonly known as KERN VAT-LEY. 

This valley, besides enjoying a wide fame for its marvelous productiveness, 
has the lightest rainfall of the State, averaging but 4.21 inches per year during 
the past eight years. This, besides securing to the valley a wholesome dryness 
of atmosphere and absence of fogs and dew, insures the most perfect conditions 
for the development, ripening and curing of grapes and fruits ; while Kern 
E-iver, one of the noblest of the State, threads the valley and affords abundance 
of water for irrigation at all seasons of the year. 

These features are attracting to this section many of the. oldest and most 
experienced vineyardists and fruit growers from all parts of the State, besides 
drawing a large and constantly increasing flow of immigration from the States 
east of the Rocky~ Mountains and from Europe. 

During the past year, the great landed estates of J. B. Haggin, Esq., have 
been placed upon the market in subdivisions, and the rapidly settling colonies of 
Rosedale, Mountain View and Lerdo have been laid out. These selections were 
made with express view to their adaptation to the raisin grape, the tig, almond, 
olive, and the whole range of drying fruits. 

The prices have been set at a very low figure with easy terms of payment to 
the actual settler, and the colonies are obtaining a wide and well-deserved 
popularity. , . 

Information concerning them and other lands of the valley may be had 
from the Land Department of J. B. Haggin, L. C. McAfee and C. Brower, 
Managers, Bakersfield, Oal. 



GOYEENMENT 

OF THE 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 



State Officers. 

Salary - 

Governor K. W. Waterman, San Bernardino. . . . .86,000 

Lieutenant-Grovernor Stephen M. White, Los Angeles. . .$10 per day- 
Secretary of State W. C. Hendricks, Oroville §3,000 

Controller J. P. Dunn, San Francisco 3,000 

State Treasurer.., Adam Herold, Gilroy 3,000 

Attorney-General George A. Johnson, Santa Rosa 3.000 

Surveyor-General. Theodore Reichert, San Francisco 3,000 

Clerk of Supreme Court J. D. Spencer, Stanislaus 3,000 

Superintendent of Public Instruction Ira G. Hoitt, San Francisco 3,000 

Term expires, January, 1891. 



APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. 

Commissioner of Immigration W. H. Thornley, San Francisco... Fees 

Commissioner of Insurance J. N. E. Wilson $3,000 

Commissioner of Labor Statistics John J. Tobin, San Francisco 2,400 

State Librarian W. D. Perkins, Rocklin 3,000 

State Analyst Prof. W. B. Rising, Berkeley 

State Engineer William Irelan Jr., San Francisco 6,000 

State Mineralogist William Irelan Jr., San Francisco 3,000 

State Printer J. D. Young, Sacramento 3,000 



BOARD OF STATE VITICULTURAL COMMISSIONERS. 



Term Expires. 



George West, Stockton 1892 

G. G. Blanchard, Placerville 1892 

L. J. Rose, San Gabriel 1892 

Isaac De Turk, Santa Rosa 1892 

John T. Doyle, San Francisco 1892 



Term Expires. 

J. De Barth Shorb, Los Angeles 1894 

E. C. Pribur, Napa 1894 

R. D. ^Stephens, Sacramento 1894 

Charles Bundschu, San Francisco 1894 



DIRECTORS STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Term Expires, i Term Expires. 

G. W. Hancock, Sacramento 1890 H. M. La Rue, Sacramento 1892 

P. A. Finigan, San Francisco 1890 John Boggs, Colusa 1892 

E. C. Singletary, Santa Clara 1890 I CM. Chase, San Francisco 1892 

Frederick Cox, Sacramento 1890 I Christopher Green, Sacramento 1893 

U. Shippee, Stockton 1891 Jesse D. Carr, Salinas 1893 

Richard Gird, Chino 1892 I F. C. De Long, Marin Co 1893 

Military Department. 

Commander-in-Chief, Governor R. W. Waterman, Sacramento. 

Brigadier-General Richard H. Orton, Adjutant-General, San Francisco; salary, $3,000. 

Colonel Perrie Kewen, Assistant Adjutant-General, Sacramento; salary, $1,800. 

Colonel Henry I. Kowalsky, Judge Advocate-General, San Francisco. 

Colonel Isaac Trumbo, Chief Engineer, San Francisco. 

Colonel Frank W. SJumner, Paymaster-General, San Francisco. 

Colonel James D. Whitney, Surgeon-General, San Francisco. 

Colonel Herman Bendel, Inspector-General Rifle Practice, San Francisco. 



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Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Yell, Aid-de-Camp, Ukiah. 
Lieutenant-Colonel William J, Younger, Aid-de-Camp, San Francisco. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Albert F. Jones, Aid-de-Camp, Oroville. 
Lieutenant-Colonel George B. Sperry, Aid-de-Camp, Stockton. 
Lieutenant- Colonel Douglas Gunn, Aid-de-Camp, San Diego. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Richard H. Warfield, Healdsburg. 
Lieutenant-Colonel John B, Wright, Aid-de-Camp, Sacramento. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Harvey L. Drew, Aid-de-Camp, San Bernardino. 
Major-General William H. Dimond, Commanding Divi ion, San Francisco. 
Brigadier-General E. P. Johnson, First Brigade, Los Angeles. 
Brigadier-General John T. Cutting, Second Brigade, San ^ rancisco. 
Brigadi-r-Geaeral James H. Budd, Third Brigade, Stockton. 
Brigadier-General T. W. Sheehan, Fourth Brigade, Sacramento. 
Brigadier-General J. W. B. Montgomery, Fifth Brigade, Chico. 
Brigadier General J. W. Freese, Sixth Brigade, Eureka. 

Military Auditors: Commander-in-Chief, Adjutant-General, Attorney-General. 

Members of the Fiftieth Congress from California. 

SENATORS. 

Leland Stanford, of San Francisco. Term expires March, 1891. 
George Hearst, of San Francisco. Term expires March, 1893. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

J. J. De Havens, of Humboldt County, First District. Term expires March, 1891. 
Marion Biggs, of Butte County, Second District. Term expires March, 1891. 
Joseph McKenna, of Solano County, Third District. Term expires March, 1891. 
W. W. Morrow, of San Francisco, Fourth District. Term expires March, 1891. 
T. J. Clunie, of San Francisco, Fifth District. Term expires March, 1891. 
W. Vandever, of Ventura County, Sixth District. Term expires March, 1891. 

Supreme Court. 

CHIEF JUSTICE. 

W. H. Beatty, Sacramento, term expires 1891. 



ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. 

Term Ex. Term Ex. 

John D. Works, San Diego 1891 C. N. Fox, San Francisco 1895 

J. D. Thornton, San Francisco 1891 T. B. McFarland, Sacramento. 1899 

J. R. Sharpstein, San Francisco 1895 Van B. Faterson, Stockton 1899 

Salary |6,000 per annum. 



. OFFICERS or THE COURT. 

George A. Johnson Attorney-General | C. P. Pomeroy ..Reporter 

W. P. Johnson. , .Deputy Attorney-General | J. D. Spencer Clerk 

F. T. Meagher, H. C. Finkler, Secretaries. 



SUPREME COURT COMMISSIONERS. 

1. S. Belcher. [ R. Y. Hayne. 

P. Vanclifif. I H. S. Foote. 

J. A. Gibson. 



Superior Courts and Judges. 

Salary from' $3,000 to $5,000 per annum; terms of office six years; county clerks are clerks 
of the superior court for their respective counties. 



Alameda — Dept. 1, W. E. Greene; Dept. 2, 
E. M. Gibson; Dept. 3, John Ellsworth. 
Alpine — N. D. Arnot. 
Amador — C. B. Armstrong. 
Butte— L. D. Freer. 
Calaveras— C. V. Gottschalk. 
Colusa — Eugene A. Bridgeford. 
Contra Costa— -Joseph P. Jones. 



Del Norte — James E. Murphy. 

El Dorado — George F. Williams. 

Fresno— Dept. 1, J. B. Campbell; Dept. 2, 

M. K. Harris. 
Humboldt — J. J. De Haven. 
Inyo — John A. Hannah. 
Kern— R. E. Arick. 
Lake — Rodney J. Hudson. 



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Lassen — M. Marsteller. 

Los Angeles — l>ept. 1, W. A. Cheney; Dept. 

2, W. H. Clark; Dept. 3, W. P. Wade; 

Dept. 4, Walter Van Dyke. 
Marin — E. B. Mahon. 
Mariposa— John M. Corcoran. 
Mendocino — R. McGarvey. 
Merced — Charles H. Marks. 
Modoc — G. F. Harris. 
Mono— 0. F. Hakes. 
Monterey — J. K. Alexander. 
Napa — R. Crouch. 
Nevada — J. M. Walling. 
Placer— B. F. Myers. 
Plumas — G. G. Clough. 

Sacramento— Dept. 1, W. C. Van Fleet; 

Dept. 2, J. W. Armstrong. 
San Benito — J. F. Breen. 
San Bernardino — James A. Gibson. 
San Diego — John R. Aitken. 
San Francisco — Dept. 1, E. R. Garber; Dept. 

2, James McM. Shafter; Dept. 3, John F. 

Finn; Dept. 4, Jos. P. Hoge; Dept. 5, 

John Hunt; Dept. 6, W. T. Wallace; 

Dept. 7, T. H. Rearden; Dept. 8, F. W. 

Lawler; Dept. 9, J. V. Cofifey; Dept. 10, 



W. H. Levy; Dept. 11, F. W. Van Rey- 

negom; Dept. 12, D. J. Murphy. 
San Joaquin — Dept. 1, Jas. H. Budd; Dept. 

2, J. G. Swinnerton. 
San Luis Obispo — D. Gregory. 
San Mateo — Edward F. Head. 
Santa Barbara — R. M. Dillard. 
Santa Clara — Dept. 1, Francis E. Spencer; 

Dept. 2, John Heynolds. 
Santa Cruz — F. J. McCann. 
Shasta — Aaron Pell. 
Sierra — F. D. Soward. 
Siskiyou —Edwin Shearer. 
Solano — A. J. Buckles. 

Sonoma — Dept. 1, John G. Presley; Dept. 

2, S. K. Dougherty. 
Stanislaus — William O. Minor. 
Sutter — Philip W. Keyser. 
Tehama — C. P. Braynard. 
Trinity —T. E. Jones. 
Tulare — William W. Cross. 
Tuolumne — J. F. Roonev. 
Ventura— B. T. Williams. 
Yolo— C. H. Garoutte. 
Yuba — Philip W. Keyser. 



Regents of the State University. 

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS. 



Governor. 

Lieutenant Governor. 

Speaker of the Assembly. 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction. 



President of the State Agricultural Society. 
President of the Mechanics' Institute. 
President of the University. 



Term Ex. 

Charles F. Crocker, San Francisco 1904 

Albert Miller, Oakland 1890 

W. T. Wallace, San Krancisco 1903 

John L. Beard, Alameda Co 1892 

John S. Hager, San Francisco 1894 

Horatio Stebbins, San Francisco 1^94 

A. S. Hallidie, San Francisco. 1892 

J. F. Houghton, San Francisco 1904 

Columbus Bartlett. Alameda 1896 



Term Ex. 

T. G. Phelps, Belmont 1896 

J. West Martin, Oakland 1898 

L W. Hellman, Los Angeles 1899 

George T. Marye, San Krancisco 1898 

Arthur Rodgers, San Francisco 1890 

D. M. Delmas, San Francisco 1900 

George J. Ains worth, Oakland 1900 

Rev. J. H. C. Bonte, Secretary. 
J. Ham. Harris, Land Agent. 



Trustees of tlie State Library. 

R. D. Stephens, Sacramento. F. H. Miller, Visalia. 

F. F. Strother, San Krancisco. M. Gardner, Sacramento. 



State Board of Equalization. 

Salarv, |3,000. 

DISTRICTS. 

1. Gordon E. Sloss, San Francisco. 2. L. C. Morehouse, Alameda. 

3. C. E. Wilcoxon, Sutter. 

Marshall Monument Commissioners. 



George Hofmeister, Placerville, El Dorado Cc 



John H. Miller, Sacramento Co. 



A. t'aminetti, Amador Co. 
Directors of Stockton Insane Asylum. 

Address, Stockton, Cal. 

Salary not to exceed !$\40 per annum. 
Robt. Watt, Oakland. R. S. Johnson, Stockton. 

H. T. Dorrance, Stockton. Dr. 0. Harvey, (ialt. 

Arthur Thornton, San Joaquin Co. 

N. M. Orr, Secretary and Treasurer. 



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Directors of Napa Insane Asylum. 

Address, Napa, Cal. 
Salary not to exceed $130 per annum. 

Benjamin ShurtlefF, Napa. G. N. Cornwall, Napa, 

J. C, Martin, Oakland. J. F. Lamdin, Napa. 

John Q. Brown, Sacramento. 

Trustees California Hospital Chronic Insane, 

No salary. 
Office, San Jose. 

J. W. Gaily, Watsonville. C. F. Cunningham, Felton. 

C. H. Maddox, San Jose. W. D. Tisdale, Sapta Clara. 

H. H. Main, San Jose. 

Trustees Home For Feeble-Minded Children. 

A. Block, Santa Clara. Mrs. Kate B. Lathrop, San Francisco. 

Mrs. J. M. Judah, San Mateo. William Harney, San Francisco. 

J. Widney, Santa Clara. 

Trustees of State Normal School. 

Address, San Jose. 
No compensation. 

Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction ex-officio members. 
James Denman, San Francisco. 0. W. Childs, Los Angeles. 

T. Ellard Beans, San Jose. - Ralph Low, New Almaden. 

Lawrence Archer, San Jose. 

State Board of Dental Examiners. 

S. E. Knowles, San Francisco. Thomas Morffew, San Francis o. 

W. F. Griswold, San Francisco. J. S. Crawford, Los Angeles. 

J. J. Birge, San Francisco. H. J. Plomteaux, San Francisco. 

William J. Younger, San Francisco. 

State Board of Silk Culture. 

W. Z. Price, San Mateo. J. J. Rivers, Berkeley. 

J. O. Mills, San Francisco. Isaac Trumbo, San Francisco. 

R. H. McDonald Jr., San Francisco.. S. A. Sellers, Antioch. 

State Board of Forestry. 

Office, San Francisco. 
No salary. 

Walter S. Moore, Los Angeles. F. Moffitt, Oakland. 

John D. Spreckels, San Francisco. Sands W, Formau, Secretary, San Francisco. 

Horticultural Commissioners. 

Office, San Francisco. 

STATE AT LARGE. 

F. A. Kimball, National City. J. L. Mosher, San Francisco. 

DISTRICTS. 

El wood Cooper, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles. 1. H. Thomas, Visalia, San Joaquin. 
L. W. Beck, Vacaville, Napa. F. C. Miles, Penryn, El Dorado. 

S. Runyon, Courtland, Sacramento. A. Block', Santa Clara, San Francisco. 

A. F. White, Santa Rosa, Sonoma. 



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ALAMEDA COUNTY, 



A. D. Pryal President Temescal. 

I A. P. Crane, Secretary San Lorenzo, 

BUTTE COUNTY. 

I C. J. Berry, President Biggs. 

G. M. Gray, Secretary .Chico. 

COLUSA COUNTY, 

J, R. Totman, President Colusa. 

Frank W. Willis, Secretary Colusa. 

EL DORADO COUNTY. 

J. H. Thomas, President Coloma. 

R. P. Patterson, Secretary Placerville. 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY. 

J. D. Barber, President Rohnerville. 

A. P. Campton, Secretary Rohnerville. 

KERN COUNTY. 

M. Wyatt, President Bakersfield, 

L, W. Burr, Secretary Bakersfield, 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY. 

A. F, Kercheval, President. . . .Los Angeles. 
F. Edward Gray, Secretary Alhambra. 

MENDOCINO COUNTY. 

C. R. Thomas, President Ukiah. 

Carl Purdy, Secretary Ukiah. 

NEVADA COUNTY. 

John Rodda, President Grass Valley 

Geo. Beales, Secretary. ..Rough and Ready. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

H. Hamilton, President Orange. 

S. W. Preble, Secretary Tustin City. 



Horticultural Commissions. 



SAN BENITO COUNTY. 

G. Brown, President HoUister, 

J. A. Schofield, Secretary Hollister. 

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. 

H. B. Muscott, President Santa Barbara. 

W. E. Collins, Secretary Ontario 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, 

Joseph Hale, President Stockton, 

W, H. Robinson, Secretary Stockton. 

SAN MATEO COUNTY. 

Wm. J. McNulty, President Woodside, 

Dr. L. D. Morse, Secretary San Mateo. 

SANTA BARBARA. 

T. N. Sqow, President Santa Barbara. 

0. W. Maulsby, Secretary . . . .Santa Maria. 

SONOMA COUNTY. 

John M. Balhache, President. , .Healdsbursr, 

E. A. Rogers, Secretary Santa Rosa, 

SUTTER COUNTY. 

R. C. Kells, President Yuba City, 

H. P. Stabler, Secretary Yuba City, 

TULARE COUNTY. 

J. N. Wright, President Visalia, 

1. H. Thomas, Secretary Visalia. 

VENTURA COUNTY. 

N. W. Blanchard, President ... Santa Paula. 
M. E. Isham, Secretary.. San Buenaventura. 

YUBA COUNTY. 

G. W. Harney, President Marysville. 

F. W. Johnson, Secretary Marysville. 



A. Abbott, Sacamento, 1st Dist $4,000 

P, J. White, San Francisco, 2nd Dist.. 4, 000 



Bailroad Commissioners. 

Term Expires January, 1891. 
Salary 



Salary. 

J. W. Rea, Santa Clara, 3d Dist $4,000 



A. W. Gerberding, San Francisco 
W. W. Moreland, Sonoma 



Bank Commissioners. 

Salary, $3,000 and Traveling Expenses. 
Term Expires. 



1890 



A. W. Potts, Los Angeles . 



Term Expires 
1890 



Harbor Commissioners, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

Salary, $3,000. 



Term Expires. 

C, 0. Alexander, Oakland 1893 

W. H. Brown, San Francisco 1894 



Term Expires. 

W. D. English, San Francisco 1891 



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EUREKA, 

Salary, $4 a day, when employed. 
The Board consists of the Mayor of Eureka and 

Appointed. ]- Appointed, 
Joshua Van Sant ..1887 J H. H. Cousins 1887 

Pilot Commissioners. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Salary, Fees. 
Appointed. 



Philip Caduc 1887 

Martin Bulger. 1887 



Appointed 

A. C. Freese 1887 



SAN DIEGO. 

W. H. Pringle, appointed November 17, 1887 

WILMINGTON. 

'Thomas Bowers, Wilmington, appointed March 12, 1893. 

HUMBOLDT. 

Appointed June 20, 1885. 
Peter Belcher, Eureka. H. Kingston, Eureka. William Carson, Eureka. 

Port Wardens. 

No Salary. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Term Expires. 

Alexander Badlam, San Francisco 1890 

Oeorge Wilson, San Francisco 1891 

SAN DIEGO. 

John Dillingham, appointed December 3, 188' 

Fish Commissioners. 

No compensation. 
Appointed 

Joseph Koutier, Sacramento 1887 



Term Expires. 

Charles B. Smith, San Francisco 1891 

Otto Luder.-*, San Francisco 1890 



Appointed. 

Charles Josselyn, San Francisco 1887 



J. D. Harvey, Los Angeles 

Park Commissioners. 

Term expires 1890. 
W. W. Stowe, San Francisco. Joseph Austin, San Francisco. 

R. P. Hammond, Jr., San Francisco. 

Penology Commission. 

Charles Sonntag, San Francisco. W. C. Hendricks, Sacramento. 

John Boggs, .Colusa. Robert T. Devlin, Sacramento. 

James H. Wilkins, San Rafael. 

Prison Directors. 

No compensation. 

Charles Sonntag, San Francisco. . Patrick Reddy, San Francisco. 

Joseph Craig, Woodland. Edgar J. De Pae, San Francisco. 

Robert T. Devlin, Sacramento. 

State Prison Ofiftcers. 

John McComb, Warden San Quentin. Charles Aull, Warden Folsom. 

Joseph V. Ellis, Clerk San Quentin. W. W. Cunningham, Clerk Folsom. 



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Preston School of Industry, 

lone, Amador County. 

DIRECTORS. 

Charles Sonntag. .Joseph Craig. 

. E. J. De Pue. R. T. Devlin. 

Patrick- Eeddy. 

Trustees State Mining Bureau. 

George Hearst, San Francisco. S. Heydenfeldt Jr., San Francisco. 

J. Z. Davis, San Francisco. George W. Grayson, San Francisco. 

W. S. Keyes, San Francisco. 

Trustees State Mineral Cabinet. 

E. J. Gregory, Sacramento. J. A. Woodson, Sacramento. 

George Pyburn, Sacramento. 

Trustees of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum. 

J. W. Coleman, Oakland. W. C. Bartlett, Oakland. 

John K. McLean, Oakland. George C. Perkins, San Francisco. 

Warren Olney, Oakland. 

Board of Directors of the Industrial Home of Mechanical Trades for the 

Adult Blind. 

Hold office at the pleasure of the Governor. 
John P. Irish, Oakland. Warren Olney, Oakland. 

J. C. Ainsworth, Oakland. Frank M. Smith, Oakland. 

Frank A. Leach, Oakland. 

State Board of Health. 

Traveling expenses. Salary of Secretary, .$2,500. 
H. S. Orme, Los Angeles. C. A. Ruggles, San .Joaquin. 

W. R. Cluness, Sacramento. G. G. Tyrrell, Sacramento. 

J. M. Briceland, Shasta. R. Beverly Cole, San Francisco. 

James Simpson, San Francisco. 

Board of Health of San Francisco. 

Henry M. Fiske. J. R, Davidson. 
C. A. McQuesten. T. J. Letourneux. 

Boards of Agriculture. 

District No. 1 — Alameda, Contra Costa and San Francisco; appropriation, $5,000. 

District No. 2 — ^^San Joaquin, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne; appropriation, :J5,000. 

District No. 3 — Butte, Colusa and Tehama; appropriation, .$4,000. 

District No. 4 — Sonoma and Marin; appropriation, .$5,000. 

District No. 5 — Santa Clara anrl San Mateo; appropriation, S3, 600. 

District No. 6 — Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Ventura; appropriation, $5,000. 

District No. 7 — Monterey and San Benito; appropriation, .^3,000. 

District No. 8 — El Dorado; appropriation, $2,400. 

District No. 9 — Mendocino, Humboldt and Del Norte; appropriation, !$2,000. 
District No. 10 — Siskiyou, Trinity and Shasta; appropriation, .$2,000. 
District No. 11 — Plumas, Lassen, Modoc and Sierra; appi'opriation, §3,000. 
District No. 12 — Lake; appropriation, $3,000. 

District No. 13 — Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba; approjjriation, $4,000. 
District No. 14 — Santa Cruz; appropriation, .$1,500. 
District No. 15 — Tulare and Kern; appropriation, S2,000. 
District No. 16 — San Luis Obispo; appropriation, .$1,500. 
District No. 17 — Nevada and Placer; appropriation, ^,000. 
District No. 18 — Alpine, Inyo and Mono; appropriation, ^,000. 
District No. 19 — Santa Barbara; appropriation, §3,000. 
^ District No. 21— Merced, Mariposa and Fresno; appropriation, ^2,500. 
District No. 25 — Solano and Napa; appropriation, §2,500. 
District No. 26 — Amador and Calaveras; appropriation, $2,400. 



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96 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



Capital and Surplus, $375,000. 

Firsts Nationals Bank, 

OF STOCKTON, CAL. 

H. H. HEWLETT, President. 

SID W. NEWELL, Cashier. 

JAS. H. HOUGH, .... . Secretary. 

Transacts a General Banking Business. 

— CORRESPONDENTS — 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, - - - New York and San Francisco 

BANK OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco 

MELVILLE, EVANS & CO.. - - London 



BANKS AND BANKEES. 



Town. 



Name of Bank. 



Alameda .... 
Alameda .... 
Alliambra . . 

Alturas 

Anaheim 

Anaheim. . . . 
Anderson . . . 

Areata 

Auburn 

Auburn 

Bakersfield. . 

Beuicia 

Biggs 

Bodie 

Cedarville. . . 

Chico 

Chico 

Cloverdale . . 

Colton 

Colusa 

Davis Creek. 

Dixon 

Downey 

Downieville . 
Dutch Flat.. 
Elsinore . , . 
Elsinore . . . . 
Escondido. . . 

Eureka 

Eureka 

Eureka 

Eureka . . . . . 

Eureka 

Fall Brook . . 
Folsom City. 
Forest City . 
Forest Hill. . 
Fort Jones . . 

Fresno 

Fresno 

Fresno 

Fresno 

Fresno 

Grilroy 

Grass Valley 
Grass Vallej- 

Gridley 

Hanford 

Healdsburg . 



Cashier. 



Capital. 



J. E. Baker (Sec) 

J. E. Baker 

J. A . Green 



HawleyBros (Mngrs). 



H. A. Blodget, 
J. E. Crooks . . 



E. L. Benedict 



Charles Faulkner . . . 
Alexander H. Crew. . 

C. B. Shaw 

H. B. Smith 

W. P. Harrington. . . 



J. H. Rice . . 
H. A. Scott . 
H. T. Briggs 



! Alameda Savings Bank 

IBank of Alameda 

i Alhambra Bank 

iJ. T. Laird 

j Bank of Anaheim , . . . 

P. Davis & Bro 

iBank of Anderson 

iBank of Areata I Wesley W. Stone 

Placer County Bank T. J. Nichols 

lO. W» HoUenbeck 

iKern Valley Bank 

■Bank of Benicia 

Bank of G. K. Smith 

George W. Penter 

Cressler & Bonner 

Bank of Butte County 

Bank of Chico 

Cloverdale Banking and Com'l Co 

First National Bank 

Colusa County Bank 

McKinney & Ramer 

Bank of Dixon 

Los Nietos Valley Bank 

H . Scamman 

W. & P. Nicholls , 

Bank of Elsinore IW. G. Frazer. . 

Consolidated Bank of Elsinore jW. F. Baird 

Bank of Escondido J. H. Anderson 

Bank of Eureka C. P. Soule 

Home Savings Bank Ed. Everding.. 

Humboldt County Bank jEd. Everding. . 

A. W. RandaU IJ. S. Murray. . 

Savings Bank of Humboldt County C. P. Soule. . . . 

FaU Brook Banking Co i A. J. Clark . . . 

Bank of J. H. Burnham 

Charles Heintzen. 

M. H. Dodge 

A. B. Carlock 

Bank of Central California 

Farmers' Bank of Fresno 

First National Bank 

Fresno Loan and Savings Bank . . . 

Fresno National Bank 

Bank of Gilroy George E. Hersey . . 

Citizens' Bank (Ag'cy of Nevada City) . I J. M. Morgan (Agt) 

Weissbein Bros. & Co j 

Rideout & Smith ! 

Bank of Hanford IS. E. Biddle 

Bank of Healdsburg iJ. W. Wilson 



M. C. Beem 

L. Gundelfinger. . . 
John Reichman. . . 
E. F. Oatraan .... 
W. H. xMcKenzie . 
J. B. Smith 



98 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



Town. 



Healdsburg 

Hollister 

Hueneme 

Hueneme 

Independence . . . 

Iowa City 

Lakeport 

Lakeport 

La Porte 

Livermore 

Lodi 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles .... 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles .... 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles . . . . , 

Los Angeles . 

Los Angeles. 

Los Angeles .... 

Los Gatos 

Los Gatos 

Madera 

Martinez. 

Marysville 

Marysville 

Marysville 

Mendocino 

Mendocino 

Merced 

Merced 

Merced 

Modesto 

Modesto 

Modesto 

Monrovia 

Monrovia 

Monterey 

Murrietta ...... 

Napa City 

Napa City 

Napa City 

National City . . 
Nevada City . .*. 
Newbury Park , 

Newman 

North San Juan 

Oakdale 

Oakland 

Oakland . . . 

Oakland 

Oakland 

Oakland 

Oceanside 

Ontario 



Name of Bank. 



Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank 

Bank of Hollister 

Bank of Hueneme 

A. Levy 

Nathan Rhine 

J. W. Chinn 

Bank of Lake 

Farmers' Savings Bank 

Bank of La Porte 

Bank of Livermore 

Bank of Lodi 

California Bank 

Broadway Bank 

California Loan & Trust Co 

Citizens' Savmgs and Deposit Bank . . . 

City Bank 

East Side Bank 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bank . 

b"'irst National Bank 

Los Angeles County Bank 

Los Angeles National Bank 

Los Angeles Safe Deposit & Trust Co. . 

Los Angeles Savings Bank 

Main Street Savings Bank & Trust Co 

National Bank of California 

Savings Bank of Southern California . . 
Security Savings Bank and Trust Co . . 
Southern California National Bank . . . , 

State Loan and Trust Co , 

Union Loan and Trust Co 

University Bank of Los Angeles 

Bank of Los Gatos 

Commercial Bank 

Bank of Madera 

Bank of Martinez 

Bank of Bideout & Smith 

Decker, Jewett & Co 

Northern California Bank of Savings. 

Bank of Mendocino 

Mendocino Discount Bank 

First National Bank 

Merced Bank 

Merced Security Savings Bank 

First National Bank 

Modesto Bank 

Union Savings Bank 

First National Bank 

Granite Bank of Monrovia 

California State Savings Bank 

Murrietta Bank 

Bank of Napa 

James H. Goodman & Co 

Seeley & Bickford 

Bank of National City 

Citizens' Bank 

Reuben Holman 

Simon Newman 

D. Furth.... 

Bank of Oakdale 

California Bank and Trust Cq 

First National Bank 

Oakland Bank of Savings 

Union National Bank 

Union Savings Bank 

Bank of Oceanside 

Citizens' Bank 



Cashier. 



R. H. Warfield. 
T, W. Hawkins. 

T. J. Gregg 

Henry Levy 



Marshall Arnold 

W. A. Thompson . . . . 

Dixon Brabban 

H. H. Pitcher 

G. W. Currier 

T. J. Weldon 

George Sinsabaugh. . 
M. N. Avery (Sec). . 
L. C. Carran (Pres). . 

John S. Park 

C. W. Vickrey 

J. Milner 

J. M. Elliott 

George H. Stewart. . 

F. C. Howes 

J. H. Burks (Sec) . . . 
W.M. Caswell (Sec). 

F. W. De Van 

W. G. Hughes 

John N. Hunt (Sec) . 

J. F. Sartori 

C. N. Flint 

S. B. Hunt (Sec).. . . 

F. A. Garbutt 

George L. Arnold . . . 

E. C. Farley 

J. R. Ryland 

John Brown 

H. M. Hale 



Capital. 



A. C. Bingham . . . 

G. R. Eckart 

Wm. Heeser 

Wm. Heeser (Sec), 
M. S. HuflFman . . . 

Frank Howell 

W. W. Westbay . 

J. E. Ward 

J. R. Broughton. . 

J. E. Ward 

J. F. Sartori 

W. H. Cook 

E. M. Carver 

G. W. Fox 

C. R. Gritman 

E. S. Churchill... 



James S. Gordon. 
John T. Morgan . 



Louis Kahn 

Frank H. Brooks 



W. W. Garth waite. . . 

C. E. Palmer 

A. E. H. Cramer (Trea) 

E. S. Payne , 

M. V. McQuigg . . , • 



83,000 
250,000 
50,000 
10,000 



71,340 
72,000 
12,500 

100,000 
20,000 

300,000 



100,0C0 



100,OCO 
50,0C0 
500,000 
200,000 
100,000 
500,0 



25,000 
200,000 
250,000 
100,000 
200,000 
200,0 
400,000 



100,000 
37,500 
60,000 
100,000 
100,000 
300,000 
100,000 



30,000 
200,000 
41,475 
75,000 
100,000 
175,000 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
186,300 
300,000 
31,000 
30,000 
30,000 



40,920 
59,250 
201), 000 
475,000 
150,000 
300,000 
50,000 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



99 



Town. 



Name of Bank. 



Ontario Ontario State Bank 

Orange. Bank of Orange 

Orland Bank of Orland 

Oroville. Bank of Bideout, Smith & Co 

Pasadena First National Bank 

Pasadena Pasadena National Bank 

Pasadena San Gabriel Valley Bank 

Pasadena E. C. Webster (Investmeijt Banker), 

Paso Robles Bank of Paso Bobles 

Petaluma Bank of Sonoma County 

Petaluma First National Bank 

Petaluma ...... Petaluma Savings Bank 

Petaluma Wm. Hill Company 

Flacerville Bank of Thomas Alderson 

Placerville Mierson & .Jewell 

Pomona First National Bank 

Pomona People's Bank ... 

Pomona. Pomona National Bank 

Portersville Pioneer Bank 

Red Bluff Bank of Tehama County 

Red Bluff Herbert Kraft 

Redding Bank of Northern California 

Redeling Bank of Shasta County . 

Redlands First National Bank 

Redlands Union Bank of Redlands 

Riverside First National Bank . . . 

Riverside Riverside Banking Co 

Sacramento California State Bank 

Sacramento National Bank of D. 0. Mills & Co . . . 

Sacramento People's Savings Bank 

Sacramento Sacramento Bank 

Saint Helena Bank of St. Helena 

Saint Helena Carver National Bank 

Salinas Salinas City Bank 

San Bernardino . . Bank of San Bernardino 

San Bernardino . . California Safe Deposit and Trust Co . . 

San Bernardino . . Farmers' Exchange Bank 

San Bernardino . . First National Bank 

San Bernardino . . San Bernardino National Bank 

San Bernardino . . Savings Bank of San Bernardino 

San Diego Bank of Commerce 

San Diego California National Bank 

San Diego California Savings Bank 

San Diego Consolidated National Bank 

San Diego. First National Bank 

San Diego Fos Savings Union 

San Diego King, Lawrie & Co 

San Diego Pacific Coast Loan and Trust Co 

San Diego San Diego Savings Bank 

San Diego San Diego Savings &Loan Association, 

San Diego Savings Bank of San Diego County. . . , 

San Francisco.. . . American Bank and Trust Co. of S. F 

San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank (Limited). . . . 

San Francisco. . . . Bank of British Columbia 

San Francisco Bank of British North America , 

San Francisco Bank of California 

San Francisco Alfred Borel & Co 

. San Francisco California Safe Deposit and Trust Co . 

San Francisco. . . . California Savings and Loan Society . 

San Francisco.. . . jComptoir D'Escompte de Paris 

San Francisco 1 Crocker- Wool worth Nat. Bank of S. F 

San Francisco . . Daniel Meyer 

San Francisco Donohoe, Kelly & Co , 

San Francisco.. . . First National Bank of S. F , 

San Francisco ! French Savings and Loan Society . . . . , 

San Francisco j German Savings and Loan Society . . . , 



Charles Frankish . , 

B. G. Balcom 

R. B. Murdoch..., 

E. W. Fogg 

John E. Farnum . . 

A. H. Conger 

George B. Post . . . 



Cashier. 



David Speyer 

Frank H. Denman. . . 
H. H. Atwater , 

D. B. Fairbanks , 

A. B. Hill 

John Alderson (Asst) 

B. Mierson 

Stoddard Jess 

John H. Dole 

George Lathrop 

E. W. Beebe 

W. B. Cahoone 



Capital. 



J. W. Hare 

Fred Grotefend . . 

J. W. Wilson 

Rollin B. Lane 

A. Haeberlin 

E. C. Dyer 

A. Abbott 

Frank Miller 

I George W. Lorenz ... I 

Ed. R. Hamilton | 

lOwen Wade 

A. L. Williams 

W. S. Johnson 

Lewis Jacobs (Mngr) . 
S. F. Zombro (Sec).. . 

S. F. Zombro 

Joseph Brown 

W. S. Hooper 

S. F. Zombro (Treas). 

R. M. Powers. . . 

J. W. Collins 

F. T. Hill 

J. H. Barbour 

.Jeremiah Toles 

W. N. Fos (Pres) .... 



E. L. Smith (Sec) .... 

M. T. Gilmore 

E. W. Burnham (Sec). 

John Ginty (Sec) 

James J. Fagan 

j Philip N. Lilienthal.. 
!W. Powell (Mngr). . . 
Lawson &Welsh(Agt8) 
Thomas Brown .... 



J. M. Shotwell (Treas) 
V. Campbell (Sec) . 
C. Shard (Agt) .... 
Wm, H. Crocker. . , 



44,500 
25,000 
50,000 
300,000 
100,000 
100,000 
50,000 



50,000 
300,000 
200,000 
100,000 
150,(.00 



75,000 
50,000 
46,000 
50,000 
21,000 
300,000 
474.875 
75,500 
76,100 
54,000 
25,000 
50,000 
200,000 
500,000 
500,000 
225,500 
300,000 
100,000 
50,000 
300,000 
200,000 

* 100,666 

100,000 
200,000 
10,000 
500,000 
350,000 



250,000 
300,000 



100,000 
200,000 
500,000 
10,000 
500,000 
1,500,000 
2,. 350,000 
5,000,000 
3,000,000 



,000,0(X) 
100,000 



1,000,000 



E. D. Morgan 

A. Brand (Sec) . . . 
A. H. R. Schmidt 



500,000 
1,500.000 
200,(X)(> 
600,000 



100 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



TOWK. 



Name of Bank. 



San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco . . . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Francisco. . . 
San Francisco.. . 
San Jacinto .... 

San Jose 

San Jose 

San Jose 

San Jose 

San Jose 

San Jose 

San Luis Obispo 
San Luis Obispo. 
San Luis Obispo.. 
San Luis Rey. . . . 

San Miguel 

San Pedro 

San Rafael 

Santa Ana 

Santa Ana 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barbara. . . 
Santa Barbara. . . 
Santa Barbara . . 

Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Cruz 

S^ta Cruz 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Maria 

Santa Maria . . . . 
Santa Monica. . . . 

Santa Paula 

Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa ...*.., 
Santa Rosa . . . . , 

Selma , 

Sonoma 

South Riverside. 
South San Diego 

Stockton 

Stockton 

Stockton 

Stockton 

Stockton 

Suisun 

Templeton 



Grangers' Bank of California 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society . . . 
Hongkong and Shanghai Bkg. Corp . . . 
Humboldt Savings and Loan Society. . 
London and San Francisco Bank (Ld.). 
London, Paris & American Bank (Ld.). 
Market Street Bank (Liquidating) .... 

Mercantile Bank 

Mutual Savings Bank 

Nevada Bank of San Francisco 

Odd Fellows' Bank (Liquidating) 

Pacific Bank 

People's Home Savings Bank 

San Francisco Savings Union 

Sather Banking Co 

Savings and Loan Society 

Security Savings Bank 

State Dime Savings Bank 

Sutro & Co 

Tallant & Co 

Wells, Fargo & Co 

Yokohama Specie Bank 

State Bank , 

Bank of San Jose , 

Commercial and Savings Bank 

First National Bank 

Garden City National Bank 

San Jose Safe Deposit B^lnk of Savings. 

Union Savings Bank 

Bank of San Luis Obispo 

Commercial Bank 

First National Bank 

Simon Goldbaum 

Bank of San Miguel 

Bank of San Pedro 

A. P. Hotaling 

Commercial Bank 

First National Bank 

Orange County Loan and Trust Co. . . . 

Commercial Bank 

First National Bank 

Santa Barbara County National Bank . 

Bank of Santa Clara County 

Bank of Santa Cruz 

City Bank 

City Savings Bank 

Santa Cruz Bank of Savings' and Loans. 

Bank of Santa Maria 

Commercial Bank of San Luis Obispo 

First National Bank 

First National Bank 

Exchange Bank 

Santa Rosa Bank 

Santa Rosa National Bank 

Savings Bank of Santa-Rosa 

Bank of Selma 

Sonoma Valley Bank 

Citizens' Bank 

W. H. Butler 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bdnk 

First National Bank 

San Joaquin Valley Bank 

Stockton Savings Bank 

Stockton Savings and Loan Society . . 

Bank of Suisun 

Bank of Templeton 



A. Montpellier 

R. J. Tobin (Sec) .... 
W. H. Harries (Agt). 

E. Brand (Sec) 

A. Scrivener (Mngr) . . 
C. Altschul 



Cashier. 



Capital. 



J. C. Ruddock 

J. A. Thompson . . . 

D. B. Davidson 

James Benson 

F. V. McDonald... 

S. P. Young 

Lovell White 

J. S. Hutchinson . . 
Cyrus W. Carmany 
Jerome Lincoln (Pres) 
M. L. Moore (Pres), 



H. Wadsworth 



John McLaren 

Clement T. Park 

J. T. McGeoghegan . . 

L. G. Nesmith 

rhos. F. Morrison . . , 

J. E. Auzerais 

H. W. Wright (Sec).. 

W. E. Stewart , 

Henry Brunner 

R. E. Jack , 



W. B. Austin 

G. H. Peck Jr 

S. M. Augustine 

W. K. James 

M. M. Crookshank. .. 

C. F. Mansur 

W. B. Metcalf 

A. L. Lincoln 

E. S. Sheffield 

C. C. Hay ward 

F. G. Menefee , 

W. D. Haslam 

W. D. Haslam 

F. G. Menefee 

Henry Boneti 

P. 0. Tietsen (Agent) 

E. J. Vawter , 

Joseph R. Haugh . . . 

F. P. Doyle 
L. W. Burris 
J. H. Brush 
George P. Noonan 

D. S. Snodgrass 
Jesse Burris 

H. R. Woodall 



C. H. Keagle. . . 
S. W. Newell . . 
C. E. Perkins. . . 
Sidney Newell. 
Fred. M. West 

Wm. Wolf 

A. F. Horstman 



20,000 
50,000 
100,000 
50,000 
75,000 
300,000 
.300,000 
150,000 
200,000 
100,000 
50,200 
90,000 



300,000 
200,000 
158,580 
.300,000 
500,000 
100,000 
25,000 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



101 



Name of Bank. 



Cashier. 



Bank of Tomales 

M. E. Burckhalter 

J. L. Lewison & Co 

Bank of Tulare 

Bank of Tustin 

Bank of Ukiah 

A. F. Redemeyer 

Bank of Vacaville 

Vallejo Commercial Bank 

Bank of Ventura 

Wm. Collins & Sons 

Bank of Visalia 

Harrell & Son 

Bank of WatsonvilTe 

Pajaro Valley Bank 

Pajaro Valley Savings and Loan Society 

C. W. Smith 

Farmers' Bank of Wheatland 

Ricker, Mason & Lindley 

Stovall & Wilcoxson ... 

Bank of Willows , 

Bank of Winters 

Bank of Woodland 

Bank of Yolo 

Siskiyou County Bank 

Farmers' Co-operative Union 



Thomas J. Abies. 



J. A. Goble 

E. D. Buss 

Samuel Wheeler. 



Edw. Fisher 

Joseph R. English 

J. A. Walker 

J. S. Collins 

C. J. Giddings. . . . 

S. Mitchell 

H. S. Fletcher. . . . 

J. J. Morey 

J. J. Morey (Sec) . 



Wm. Lumbard 
C. D. Henry . . 



B. H. Burton. .... 
J. B. McArthur . . 

C. F. Thomas 

C. W. Bush 

F. E. Wadsworth. 

G. W. Carpenter. , 



202 CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



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California, Oregon^ Washington, Idaho, Nevada, 
and Thirty Other States and Territories. 

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Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Tacoma and Spokane 
Falls, Washington, Salt Lake, Utah; 
and Fifty other Cities. 



Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane Falls 



606 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, - - - CAL 



NAMES RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR 



INSERTION, 



AND REMOVALS, ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



ARABEJLI^A, A recently establish- 
ed postoffice in Lake county. Calistoga, 50 
miles distant is its most available shipping 
point, and Lakeport the nearest bank loca- 
tion. Live-stock and grain are the principal 
products. Stage communication is main- 
tained with Lower Lake and Bartlett 
Springs. A. Kennedy, postmaster. 
Coder F W, carpenter, 
Duismore R, blacksmith. 
Garner J R, dairy. 
Garner T E, stock raiser. 
Gilbert R H, carpenter. 
Gillett Charles, apiarist. 
Hanson D M, lawyer. 
Kennedy A, Painter and Postmaster. 
Kennedy H, stock raiser. 
Newton T, shoemaker. 
Walker J, physician. 



AUCKI^A3fI>. A postoffice in Tulare 
county, 25 miles from Visalia, the county 
seat. Monson, a station on the S. P. R . R. , 
is the nearest shipping point. Stages main- 
tain tri-weekly communication with Visalia 
and Sequoia Mills. G. S. Sweet, acting 
postmaster. 

Barton Bros, mine proprs. 
Nighbert G T, blacksmith. 
Nharpe, Coclirane & Co, General 
Store. 



BEI^TO^f. Mono county. See also 
page 153. 

Bertrand Oliver, stock raiser, 

Cowin J B, agent C & C R R, 

Cox Arthur P, supt Indian Queen Mine. 

Creaser John A, saw mill, 

Edwards Thomas, stock raiser, 

Fafber N T, blacksmith. 

Harbin Mrs C P, hotel. 

King John H, justice of the peace. 

Lynch Wm, stock raiser. 

McNamara Harry, butcher and stock raiser. 

7^ 



Partridge E B, postmaster. 

Russell W H, supt Little Emily M & M Co. 

Watterson Bros, stock raisers. 



BO^fSAI^I^. A recently establish ec^ 
postoffice in San Diego county, 50 miles flis 
tant from the county seat, Oceanside is thi 
nearest shipping and banking point. Pi in 
cipal products, coru, 1>arley, beans, potatoes 
fruit and honey. 

Elirnian H. Stephens, General Ston 

and Postmaster. 



BURROIJCill. A postoffice in Fresno 
county, 40 miles from Fresno City, the county 
seat and nearest banking point. Sanger, a 
: station on the S. P. R. R., is the nearest 
I shipping point. The principal i)roduct8 of 
J this section are hay <ind live-stock, 
Unrnett V <% Postmaster and Merchant, 



CERRO CSORIHK Inyo county. 

! See also pa i/e ISa. 

I Rolancl 11 II, General Store and P M. 

j Crapo Wm, civil engineer and mine \h i>[ v. 

1 Stansfield H, assayer. 

j Thomas John, mine i)ro])r. 

j Union Mining Co, general st u e. 



I CI.KARWA'rKR. A postotfieo in 
i Los Angeles county, 12 miles south of the 
! county seat, and about tliroe distant from 

Conipton and Downey, the latter being the 

nearest banking pf)int. Fruit, grain and 

dairy produce are tlu- principal .shipmentsi, 
, Daily stage c<mimunication is maintained 

with Downey. 

Blakeley J ( ), land agent. 

Kpperson H P. hotel, 
j 1lnrri»<ion Henry, (ieneral Store at 

Postmaster, 
I Malcolm \N'm, teacher. 

Mather M S. carpenter. 



104 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



COK^']:!^I..Ij. Alucluc county. Sec aUo 
2'>age 2] 1. 

Bond E, stock raiser. 
Cornell H K, stock raiser. 
Cornell J H, stock raiser. 
Cornell J ^\, stock raiser, 
ff'ostei* V L, Postmaster. 
Foster & Brown, stock raisers. 
Jones L, stock raiser. 
Lowdon D N, stock raiser. 



FIELD'S I.ANI>IiliCJ. Hum- 
boldt county. See aho imge 257. 
Anderson A W, hotel. 
Buhne H H, dairy. 
Ettline John, carpenter. 
Ferry Bridget, grocer. 

IIaiis-liwoii.t T, Sapt Pacific Lumber 

Co's Wharf and Postmaster. 
Hodgson C, meat market. 
Kendall Mrs C S, teacher. 
Smith F, hotel. 
Swansou 0, general store. 
Ward E, saloon. 

FREEMA:^\ a recently established 
postoffice in Kern county, 80 miles southeast 
of Bakerstield, the count}' seat and nearest 
banking point. jSIojave is the nearest shij)- 
ping point. Principal productions, wheat, 
barley, oats and fruit. Communication is 
maintained by stage with Mojave and Keeler 
four times per week. 
Powers John, stock raiser. 
Pruitt James, stock raiser. 
Pruitt Thomas, stock raiser. 
Itaymoiid E S, Hotel and Stock Raiser. 
Sanders Wm, stock raiser. 
Shepard E, blacksmith. ^ 



Ci El]!%'l>A. A postoffice in Yolo county 
on the Vaca Valley and Clear Lake division 
S. P. R. P., 32 miles from Woodland, the 
county seat and nearest banking point. 
Wheat, fruit and wine are the principal 
shipments. 

Arnold S S, blacksmith. 

Ashley P N, civil engineer and teacher. 

Block Chas H, insurance agent. 

ISloclc Wm I*, Druggist, Stationer and 

Postmaster. 
Haswell E F, insurance agent. 
Morrin F D, raisin grower. 
Stitt Wm B, nurseryman. 
Walker L carpenter. 



YiJk. CtRAj^'CJE. Stanislaus coflnty. 
Sec aho page 339. 
Billiard R L, constable. 
Burt J E, restaurant. 
Carter L A, physician. 
Cordozo A J, wool groM-er. 
Coulter Bros, saloon. 
Covey Robert, saloon. 
Croson & Evens, butchers. 
Dominici H L, blacksmith. 
] >ominici J, fruit grower. 
Dunn John, wool grower. 



Hammond & Bates, general merchandise. 
Harney & Dominici, carpenters. 
Jones H, fruit grower. 

La Grange Ditch and Hydraulic M ining Co. 

Miller J H & Son, fruit growers. 

Randall R B, wool grower. 

Roquet P J, barber. 

Simi VY K, justice of the peace. 
I Solomon M, wool grower. 
! Stevens L A, livery stable. 

Taylor & Co, general store. 
! Vignos & Co, wool growers. 



EICIC OBSERVAXORY. Santa 
j Clara county. See Mount Hamilton, p. 462. 

I EOYAEXO:>\ Sierra county. See 
also page 423. 

Collins & Ralne, General Store. 
Connolly P, dairy. 
Daviuson John, hotel. 
Herdges John, lawyer. 
LafFremchini Z, meat market. 
Lewis W 8, saw mill. 
Nichols A S, stage propr. 
Ramelli M, dairy. 
Ratti & Braden, blacksmiths. 
Rosencrans L, dairy. 
I Symms & McDermot, blacksmiths. 
Wing G A, shingle mill. 
^Vinsor F R, clergyman. 



SAI\' ER AI\CIS€0. See also pages 
I 661 to 916. 

I Alderson Fred L, mnfrs agent, 23 Davis, 
I room 15. 
Alexaiitlei* R S A: ^on (Richard S 

and John E) Shipwrights, Calkers and 
j Sparmikers, 223 Drumm. 
1 Bartsch Edwin, gen mngr Kirkwood Hard 

Rubber Co, 123-124 Murphy Bldg. 
; KesecUer l>aiiiel E, Collector, 306 

Pine. 

! Brittan Wm G, lawyer, 124 Sansome. 
I Burleson & Hale (Charles H. Hale Harry L 
' Burleson) produce commission, 202 Clay. 
[ Cadciiait 3 & Co (John M Cadenau) 
the only French Caterers; W^eddings, Din- 
ners, Receptions, etc, 728 Golden Gate ave. 
Telephone 2337. Country orders a special- 
ty. [See p. 1175.) 
- j Cavagnaro Florenzo, agent Italian Swiss Col- 
1 ony, 626 Montgomery. 

Connecticut Eire Insurance Co, 
j Robert Dickson Mngr, Montgomery NW 
{ cor Sacramento. 
l>ickson Robert, Mngr London As- 
surance Corporation (London, England), 
Northern Assurance Co (London, England), 
Queen Insurance Co (Liverpool), Connecti- 
1 cut Fire Insurance Co (Hartford) Mont- 
I gomery, N W Cor Sacramento. 
I>ornin <3reorg*e 1>, Mngr Lion Fire 
Insurance Co of London, Imperial Fire 
Insurance Co of London, Orient Insurance 
Co of Hartford, National Fire Insurance 
Co of Hartford, 214 Sansome. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



105 



Empire B & L Association, Marion Leventrill 
pres, Wm . E. Lutz sec, 205 Sansome. 

£<|uita;1>le IL<ife Assiiramce So- 
ciety, North & Walz General Managers, 
405 Montgomery. 

ramily Butter Case Co (W S Crank, 
Fhilip Doran) 1433 Valencia. 

I^'idelity B & L Association, J W . Anderson 
pres, W E Lutz sec, 205 Sansome. 

Holstein It O, Engraver on wood, 611 
Merchant. {Seep. 773.) 

Imperial Fire Imsiiraiice Co (of 
London) George D Dornin Mngr, Wm. 
Sexton Asst Mngr, 214 Sansome. 

ILiion Fire Insurance Co (of London) 
George D Dornin Mngr, Wm Sexton Asst 
Mngr, 214 Sansome. 

I^ondon Assurance Corpora- 
tion, Robert Dickson, Mngr, Montgomery 
NW cor Sacramento. 

l-ndovici F" Mngr Matthias Gray 

Co, 206 Post. 

McCarthy Bros (John and Edward W) teas, 
coffee and spices, 113 Front. 

McOovern Jolin T & Co (John T 
McGovern, Wm C Starr) Shipping and 
Commission Merchants, 215 California. 

Maclean D, physician, 6 Eddy, room 37. 

Miller Jolin A, Physician, 236 Taylor. 

TVapa & St. Helena Wine Orow- 
ei's' Union, Arthur S Rosenblatt Act- 
ing Pres, Edgar S Rosenblatt Sec, Whole- 
sale Wines and Liquors, 315-317 Sacra- 
mento. 

IVational Fire Insurance Co (of 

Hartford) George D Dornin Mngr, Wm 
Sexton Asst Mngr, 214 Sansome. 
TVortli & Walz (George I; North, Ed- 
g tr A Walz) Genl Mngrs Equitable Life 
Assurance Society, 405 Montgomery. 



J^ortUern Assurance Co (of Lon- 
don) Robert Dickson Mngr, Montgomery 
NW cor Sacramento. 

Orient Insurance. Co (of Hartford) 
George D Dornin Mngr, Wm Sexton Asst 
Mngr, 214 Sansome. 

Pesoli Edward A, acting consul France, 604 
Commercial. 

Queen Insurance Co (London, Eng- 
land) Robert Dickson Mngr, Montgomery 
NW cor Sacramento. 

San Francisco Breweries, Limited, Wm Al- 
vord pres, E A Denicke mngr, E R Schulze 
sec, office 403 Market. 



SANTA MOi^ICA. Los Angeles 
county. See also pages 983 and 984. 
Beck & Dominick, bakers. 
Eckert & Adloff, restaurant and saloon. 
Gough J M, mngr W U Tel Co. 
Jackson E, propr Jackson House. 
James J, saloon. 

Lawrence Miss R, propr Lawrence House. 

Place H A, physician. 

Roth U A, grocer. 

Stege & Eichler, meat market. 

White H C, barber. 

Willis J I & Co, hardware. 

Wilson J S, hardware. 

Winslow H A, general store. 



VIEJFAS, San Diego County. See also 
page 1071. 

Burnham F W, constable. 
Draga P 0, stock raiser. 
Gregory Wellington, stock raiser. 
Jackson J C, apiarist. 
Parsons George, dentist. 
Waller J, stock raiser. 



10(i CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER. 

THE HICKS-JUDD CO. 

MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

I3ooli and Jol> I^i*iiitiiio'. 



WORKS OF ART, MAGAZIXES, ETC., BOUND IX 
FIRST-CLASS MAX.YER. 



Importers and Dealers in Bookbinders' Materials. 

Agents for Bookbinders' Machinery and Tools. 

Special Agents for Thompson's Wire Stitcher 



No. 23 First Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



K. L. POLK & CO.'S 

CALIFORNIA STATE GAZETTEER 

AND 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

roR 

ISQO. 



In this section of the work, the cities, villages, and towns of California are arranged in alphabetical order, 
with a description of each place, followed by a list of all persons doing business there, or who receive mail at 
that office. Railroad stations, flag stations, landings, and places having no mail service are also correctly 
located. 

* This mark prefixed to names indicates that they will answer all inquiries regarding their town or neigh- 
borhood. 



ACAJfl^PO. A postoffice in San Joa- 
qnin county, 14 miles north, of Stockton, 
the county seat, and 3 north of Lodi, the 
nearest banking point. It is a station on 
the S. P. R. R., shipping grain, fruit, and 
melons, A church and public school are 
sustained by a population of 100. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. M. A. D. Long, 
postmaster. 
Briggs Rev W H. 
Fiarncomb G-eorge, constable. 
Harper J H, nursery. 

Kirkman R A, general store, agent W F & 

Co, W U Tel Co and S P Co. 
Lacroix James, blacksmith. 
lions M A I>, Justice of the Peace 

and Postmaster. 
McCourt James, justice of the peace. 
Maurer John, blacksmith. 
*Van G-elder M, nursery. 
Wells, F'argo & Co, R A Kirkman 

Agent. 



ACTON. A mining town of 250 in- 
habitants, on the S. P. R. R. and on the 
headwaters of Santa Clara river, in Los An- 
geles county, 30 miles air line, or 55 bv rnil. 



north of Los Angeles, the county seat, and 
nearest banking point. It has 5 stamp-mills, 
and in the vicinity are gold and copper ore, 
sandstone, and gypsum. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. R. E. Nickel, 
postmaster. 

Acton Brick and Pottery Co, 

Acton Milling and Mining Co, 

Bruns, Nickel & Co, hotel. 

Champion Milling and Mining Co. 

Duehren J F, painter. 

Guerra P, blacksmith. 

Haman S & Co, carpenters. 

Krueger G, saloon. 

Mellen A B, apiarist. 

Mt Gleason Milling and Mining Co. 

Neuman Wm, mine propr. 

*I%i<-lccl R K, General Store, Agent W 

F & Co, and Postmaster. 
Pattee Rev F \V. 

Red Rover G M Co, M E Cla.k supt. 
Reylers J 0, ([uartz mill. 
Robbins Rev .lohn. 
Robertson J, meat market. 
Wagp.er 1) A, frnit grower. 
Woll«, Fjn-fto ^' <'o, R. E. Nickel 
Agent. 

Wvnckon ff, liav ind larrain. 



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IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, San Francisco. 

manufacturers of 
(See adv. p. 6.) ENGINES AND BOILERS, MARINE AND STATIONERY. 



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giliffHIAS GRAY CO. 

H Importers and Dealers in 

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A/ton 



Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, 
and Music Books. 



^ 206 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 

A1>KjILA1JI>A. Formerly au important 
quicksilver mining camp, is situated in San 
Louis Obispo county, 38 miles northwest of 
San Louis Ubispo, the county seat, 13 west 
of Paso Kobles, the nearest railroad, ship- 
ping, and banking point, and 20 north of 
Cayucos on the coast. It has a Methodist 
churcii. Ships cattle, grain, butter, and 
fruit. Population, 20-. Daily mail stages to 
Cambria, San Simeon, and San Miguel; fares 
^2, ^2.50, and $1.50. A. Dubost, post- 
master. 

Anker Miss M, teacher. 

Bingliam & Wyss, quicksilver mine proprs. 
* Dubost A, postmaster. 
G-ibbon Mrs C, teacher. 
Hill A, teacher. 
Marsh R A, blacksmith. 
Sims Isaac, blacksmith. 
Smith Edward, produce. 
Wyss Otto, general store. 



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Al>£:]^£, Humboldt county. See Field'. 
Landing. 



A1>IIV. A village of local importance on 
the southern border of Modoc county, 44 
miles southwest of Alturas, the county seat 
and banking point, 86 east of Sisson, on the 
S. P. Iv. R., the nearest shipping point. The 
place has a Congregational church, a good 
school occupying a new brick school-house, 
an enterprising weekly newspaper, the Adin 
Argus, conducted by E. M. Wilson. The 
village is located on Ash creek, which fur- 
nishes water power for a planing mill, sash 
and door factory, and flour mill. Grain, 
fruit, vegetables and live stock are shipped. 
Population, 500. Mail stages to Redding, 
124 miles, 7 times a week, fare $13.50; Altu- 
ras, 6 times a week, fare $4; and Sisson, tri- 
weekly, fare $8. Exp., W. F. & Co. Jel., 
California and Oregon Tel. Co. Telephone 
service with surrounding towns. Mail, daily. 
E. M. Wilson, postmaster. 
Acliii Arg-its, E. M. Wilson Editor and 
Propr. 

Adin Cornet Band, J E Niles leader. 
Auble Charles, lawyer and agent W U Tel. 
Co. 

Auble Mrs Charles, hotel. 



Barnes J. VV. carpenter. 

Blaske A, general store. 

Bofinger C A, brewery and saloon. 

Briscoe W J, wool grower. 

Chase James, painter. 

Cohen Louis, wool grower. 

Copeland E E, lawyer. 

I )e Vore J S, physician. 

Downing A E, real estate. 

Edris P F, wool grower. 

Ford J M, livery. 

Gooch Mrs E C, teacher. 

Groves E VV, carpenter and wagonmaker. 

Groves & Groves, planing mill. 

Haley J L, hotel and livery. 

Harvey D, constable. 

Harvey T M, general store. 

Higgins, Hogan & Morton, lumber mnfrs. 

Hillman R & Co, stock raisers. 

Hoskins Rev E, (Congregational). 

Hubbard B C, carpenter. 

Jesse J W, physician. 

Knight George H, general store aiid agent 

W F & Co. 
Knox Noah, wool grower. 
Lapoint G, insurance agent. 
Laufman J B, printer. 
Lewis J C, notary and justice. 
Lind C E, shoemaker. 
McBride W P, blacksmith. 
McCoy C J, fruit grower. 
Metzler J A, prin grammar school. 
Metzler Mrs J A, teacher. 
Mitchell J H, grocer. 
Olmstead W N, carpenter. 
Parmer M C, poultry breeder. 
Payne E W, carpenter. 

Pratt iSIiss Annie, teacher. 

Roseberry T A, insurance agent. 

Shepard & Niles, flour mill. 

Starr A C, blacksmith. 

Stickel & Johnson, lumber mnfrs. 

Tolton J, wool grower. 

Walker J M, stock raiser. 

Wells, Fai-^o & Co, G H Knight 
Agent. 

* Wilson E jSI, editor and propr Adin Argus, 

and postmaster. 
Wilson Joseph, saloon. 
W^ilson S A, insurance agent. 
Wood W N, stock raiser. 



iETIVA HOT MI]VERAI^ 
SPRIIVOS, Napa county. See LidelL 

AFTON. A postoffiee in Colusa 
county, 13 miles north of Colusa, the county 
seat and banking point, and 2 east of Prince- 
ton, the shipping point, where are the near- 
est express and telegraph offices. There is a 
Methodist church here. Products, cereals 



SHOW GASES Dii(ON,eoitGESOii& CO, 



37 Market Street, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
and 108 Front St., 
PORTLAND, OR. 



PACIFIC BANK! 



Buys and Sells Exchange. Makes ^ IMPnRPnRATFn 
C ollections Promptly and on Lowest f UlUUnrunHILU 

Terms. Issues Letters of Credit ( 
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A/ton 



A^"D BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Alameda 115 



and fruits. Mail, semi-weekly from Prince- 
ton. Basile Charlebois, postmaster. 
* Armstrong J. 

Charlebois Basile, blksmith and postmaster. 
Staton Rev F M (M E South). 

AOER. Formerly called Willow Creek, 
settled in 1887, is a station on the S. P. R. R. 
in Siskiyou county, 14 miles northeast of 
Yreka, the county seat and banking point. 
The county is mountainous and mainly graz- 
ing land, but there is some farming. This 
is the principal forwarding point for freight 
to Linkville and Ft. Klamath, Or. Popula- 
tion, 100. Daily mail stages for Bogus, 
Beswick (Klamath Hot Springs), Keno, 
Plevna, etc., to Linkville, Or. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. C. M. 
Newlaold, postmaster. 
Ager Delia, teacher. 
Ager J A, livery. 
Ager J B, hotel. 
Anton s Joseph, stock raiser. 
Cooley John, hotel. 
Cooley Kate, teacher, 
Cooley Sarah M, teacher. 
Crenshaw J & Co, blacksmiths. 
Earl D W & Co, H M Force agent, forward- 
ing and commission. 
Force H M, agent W F & Co, D W Earl & 

Co, W U Tel Co, and S P Co. 
Herr Mrs F H, coal mine propr. 
Laird W T, hotel. 
Meirs C F, teacher. 

*]^'e wl>ol€i C General Store and Post- 
master. 
Nichols J A, stage propr. 
Scharer Frederick, lilacksmith. 
Snider J M, jjoultry breeder. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, H M Force Agt. 

AO^fE'W. A discontinued postofl5ce 
and a station on the S. P. R. R. in Santa 
Clara county, 6^ miles northwest of San 
Jose, the county seat, and banking point. 
It contains a paper mill, and is the seat of 
the State asylum for the chronic insane. 
Strawberries and vegetables are largely 
grown. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., P. P. 
Maii, to San Jose. 
Agnew A, strawberry grower. 
Brown George M, strawberry grower. 
California Hospital Chronic Insane, Dr F W 

Hatch medical director. 
Clark Wm, capitalist. 

*Fiiller W C, Agent W F & Co, S P 

Co and P P Tel Co. 
Hatch Dr F W, medical director California 

Hospital Chronic Insane. 
Ickler George, saloon. 
Jamison R H, strawberry grower. 



Lick Paper Co, George J Ritter sec, paper 
mill. 

McComas Mrs E J, strawberry grower. 
Machado John, saloon. 
Minoletti J, saloon. 

Pratt Dr W F, asst physician Cal Hospital 
Chronic Insane. 



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AOUA CAME3fTE. A station on 
the S. V. R. R., the S. P. R. R., and on 

Sonoma creek, in Sonoma county, 3 miles 
north of Sonoma, the nearest banking point, 
and 18 southeast of Santa Rosa, the county 
seat. Grapes, wine, fruits and basalt rock 
are the chief products. Population, 200. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
twice a day. C. F. Badger, postmaster. 
Ba.dg-er C F, General Store, Furniture, 

News Agent and Postmaster. 
Badger J B, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Batcholope J, grape grower. 
Bettege C, grape grower. 
Bettege & Van Bebber, basalt rock quarries. 
Boyce Captain, grape grower. 
Cady M K, hotel, livery, and wine mnfr. 
Goess G A, grape grower. 
Haddock John, blacksmith. 
Madison J H, poultry breeder, 
Manuel M, basalt rock quarries. 
Morris J B, grape grower. 
Morris J D, nursery. 
Morris Thos, poultry breeder. 
Sheppard T, grape grower. 
Smyth J, teacher. 
Steiger Edwin, stock raiser. 
Theis W, grape grower. 
Thomson Edwin, grape grower. 
Wattress F, grape grower. 
Weiler Frank, saloon. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, J B Badger 
Agent. 



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ACrU A XIB I A. A discontinued post- 
office on the San Luis Rey river, in San 
Diego county, 14 miles southeast of Teme- 
cula station, the nearest telegraph, express, 
and shipping station. 

AV^ABA^XER. A discontinued post- 
office in Ei Dorado county, 7^ miles south of 
Auburn, the county seat, and 6 southeast of 
Newcastle, the nearest telegraph, express, 
and shipping point. 



AEA]?IEI>A. This is an incorporated 
city, and is regarded as one of the most de- 
lightful of the residence suburbs of San Fran- 
cisco. On account of its peculiar location 
and its wide-spreading and V)eautiful shade 
trees, it is protected from the strong l)reezes 
that are sometimes disagreeable in themetro])- 



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Market St., San Francisco. 1 SEWER PIPE AND WATER PIPE 



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116 ^ lameda 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



San Francisco, CaL 
Portland, Or. 
Galveston, Texas. 

A lameda 



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Oriental, English and American. 

W. & J. SLOANE & CO., 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

olis, so that the climate is much better than 
points either north, south, or west of here. 
The city lies in Alameda county, adjoining 
Oakland, the county seat, and is about 7 
miles across the bay from San Francisco, 
with which it is connected by two lines of 
steam ferries, giving communication every 
fifteen minutes, connecting with two steam 
railroads about | of a mile apart, with trains 
running through the town lengthwise. There 
is also a line of street cars connecting with 
Oakland. The city is a natural peninsula, 
4 miles long by 1 wide, which has recently 
been made into an island by the Oakland 
harbor improvements in progress by the U. 
S. Government, and which mammoth enter- 
prise is proportionately of as much im- 
portance to Alameda as to Oakland. A 
great advance in public improvements has 
been made within the past few years by 
energetic citizens and the city authorities, 
including a system of sewerage and street 
grading and paving, prosecuted with such 
unexampled vigor and wide extent as to 
greatly enhance the value of property 
and general attractiveness of the city. 
Nearly a hundred electric lights, mounted 
on high towers and masts, give a most cheer- 
ful glow at night. The city controls all 
these and other improvements, and makes 
liberal provisions for her public schools, 
which are as good as any in the State, and 
consist of a high school and the usual subor- 
dinate grades, with an enrollment of upwards 
of 2,000 pupils. The government of the 
city is bv a board of five trustees, and the 
schools are managed by a board of education. 
There are well-organized police and fire de- 
partments, and a free public library support- 
ed by a public tax, having 8,000 volumes. 
There are ten churches, distributed among 
the denominations as follows: 1 Baptist, 1 
Catholic, 1 Congregationalist, 1 Episcopal, 1 
German Congregationalist, 2 Methodist, 1 
Free Methodist, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Sweden- 
borgian. There are the usual secret orders 
and societies, a large number of public halls, 
a bank, two newspapers, the Endnal, weekly, 
and the Argus, semi-weekly. Population. 
11,000. Exp.,W. F & Co. and local expresses. 
Tel., W. U. Telephone communication with 



San Francisco and surrrounding towns. This 
city has two postoffices — Alameda, George 
Sturtevant, postmaster; and West End, Miss 
M. A. Morris, postmaster. 
A lair Wm T, meat market, cor High and 
Encinal. 

Agnew Mrs Emily, dressmaking, Central 

ave nr 2d ave. 
Akesson A & Co (August Akesson) wholesale 

liquors, 1433 Park. 
Alameda Argus, T G Daniells propr, Central 

ave nr Park. 
Alameda Contracting Co, Leander Sawyer 

pres, Alfred Bannister sec, Lincoln nr Park. 
Alameda, Encinal, F K Krauth 

Propr, 1520 Park. 
Alameda Free Library, Robert Kirk libra- 
rian, 1407 Park. 
Alameda Hotel, Thomas Campbell propr, 

1715 Park. 

Alameda Savings Bank, Paid-up 
Capital 1100,000; Henry Sevening Pres, 
J E Baker Cashier. Park cor Central ave. 

Alameda Transfer Co., A J Sharp propr» 
1507 Park. 

Allen Henry M, contractor, Morton nr En- 
cinal ave. 

Allsop R, bricklayer, P box cor Park and 

Railroad ave. 
Anderson Andrew, agent W U Tel Co and 

Sunset Telephone Co, broad gauge station. 
Andrew Frank, saloon, 1117 Park. 
Ansel John L, meat market, 3303 Santa 

Clara ave. 

Anton Peter N, grocer, 1709 Santa Clara 
ave. 

Artesian Water Works, R R Thompson 

propr, I L Borden supt, Park nr Santa 

Clara ave. 
Babson Mrs J S, teacher. 
Ballentine James L, stationery, 1435 Park. 
Bank of* Alameda, Paid-up capital 

$100,000, Henry Sevening Pres, J E Baker 

Cashier, Park cor Central ave. 
Barber Miss Mabel, teacher. 
Barlow Mrs S, hotel, Park nr Railroad ave. 
Batchelder William J, music teacher. Park 

Row. 

Bay View Hotel, Mrs Kate Rupport, propr, 

Alameda Point. 
Becanne John, nursery, 1938 Central ave. 
Beckmann John N, grocer, Chestnut NW 

cor Pacific ave. 
Benedict B, fruit grower. 
Benseman George A, contractor, Encinal ave 

nr AVillow. 
Beritzhoff Mary R, milliner, '1221 Park. 
Bertholt Benjamin, grocer, 1719 Park. 
Bickhoff J H, teacher. 

Bigler James R, livery, Encinal ave nr Clin- 
ton ave. 



REDWOOD TANKS 



PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 
575 Mission St., San Francisco. 



HARTFORD 



FIRE INS. CO. 

Organized 1794. 
Assets, $6,142,434.49. 



BELDEN & COFRAN, 

Manajrers Paofic Dept. 

313 California St., San Francisco. 

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Alameda 



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A lameda 117 



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Bilty Tlieodore O, Propr, Hotel 

Bella Vista, N cor Webster and Central 

ave. {Seep. 121.) 
Binder F <fe Co ( Frederick Binder and Mrs 

E M McCain), druggists, 1421 Park. 
Bishop McKendree F, dentist, Odd Fellows' 

B;dg. 

Bolton Thomas, teas and coffees, 1301 Park. 

Bonnemazou & Bareilles (John Bonnemazou 
and Peter Bareilles) laundry, 1609 Cen- 
tral ave. 

Boulding Ellen J. notions, Monroe nr High, 

Bowen Horace, M D, mngr Remedial Insti- 
tute, 1709 Pacitic ave. 

Boyd John, saloon. Central ave. 

Brandt Hermann, notions, 2022 Railroad 
ave. 

Broecker Frank L, cigar mnfr, 3124 Central 
ave. 

Brower Wm, dairy. Pacific ave nr Chestnut. 
Brovrn & Lubben (George H Brown and 

John Gr Lubben) wood and coal, 1617 

Webster. 

Bull C George, physician, 1619 Central ave. 
Burge Mrs J A, teacher. 
Burgess Herbert, teacher. 
Burns Henry, boots and shoes, 1301^ Park. 
Byler Wm P, justice of peace, Schroeder's 
Building. 

Caleclonia, House, Colin Thompson 
Propr, Restaurant and Saloon, Central 
ave cor 3d. 

Campbell George M, grocer, 2909 Railroad 
ave. 

Campbe'l Moses, supt streets. Library Bldg. 
Campbell Thomas, propr Alameda Hotel, 
1715 Park. 

Corbone & Monti (Joseph Carbone and 
Paul E Monti) florists, Blandmg ave cor 
Everett. 

Carlson Anton E, shoemaker, 1708 Santa 
Clara ave. 

Carlson Carl F, artificial stone contractor, 

1312 Park. 
Chace Mrs M E, teacher. 
Ch-pman Isaac N, civil engineer, 1512 Park. 
Cheney Miss Margaret, teacher. 
Christiansen John R, saloon, High NW cor 

Monroe. 

Christiansen Peter, carpenter, 1716 Ala- 
meda ave. 

Clavk I¥ & Sons (Nehemiah, George D, 
and Albert V) pottery, Alameda Point. 

Clement Miss G, teacher. 

Cleveland Asaph, fruit grower. 

Cohen Miss Alice H, teacher. 

Cohen Miss Minnie, teacher. 

Coldwell D Pv, druffgist, 1501 Webster. 

Cole JL Ifl 1>, Agent Infallible Sys- 
tem Tonic, S s Santa Clara ave opp Post- 
office. 



Combs & Kisher (Burton E Combs, Bertrand 
L Fisher) fish and meat markets, Santa 
Clara ave nr Park, and Park nr Encinal 
ave. 

Commercial Imsiiramce Co of 
Cal, H i'enney Agent, 1415 Park. 

Coover Artliwr It, watchmaker, 1321 
Park. 

Corey J H, contractor, cor Buena Vista and 
Park. 

Cotton Henry W, candy factory, 1311 Park. 
Croll J G, saloon, cor Webster and Central 



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Crosby Elisha 0, lawyer, 1624 Park. 
Daniells Truman G, proprs Alameda Argus, 

Central ave nr Park. 
David Joseph, tailor, 1512 Park. 
Davis George, fruit, 1307 Park. 
Davis Miss Laura P, dressmkr, 1865 Encinal. 
Dean Charles F, restaurant. Central ave. 
Dean Peter A, grocer, 1401 Park. 
Decker Wm E, notions, 1409 Park. 
De N^ise J Henry, furniture, 1513 Park. 
Denke A R, carpenter, 1507 Webster. 
Dennett Rev E P (Methodist). 
Derby E M & Co (George H Payne, Oscoe □ f> 

E and Augustus B Derby) lumber, Lincoln ^ 

ave nr Park. O 
Dickson Wm 0, teacher. **1 
Dolan James, notions, Central ave NW cor 

Webster, g [r] 

Dulion John B, meat market, 1303 Park, H 
Dunlevy Patrick, saloon. Central ave cor ^ 5 

McPherson, ^ 
Dunning Eli B, paints, oils, etc, 1512 Park. K ^ 
Durein John, boots and shoes, 1505 Park. O m 
Durein Mrs Kate, dressmaker, 1724 Alatne- g S» 

da ave. n g 

Durein Wm, saloon, 1633 Webster. q 
Echenberger C Fred, carpenter, 1712 Santa ^ 

Clara ave. 

Edson C A, propr Terrace Baths, Central ave ^ ^ 
cor 3rd. 1st ^ 

EJwards John, restaurant, Central ave bet '^^> 
3rd and Webster, 

Egert Louis H, meat market, 1535 Webster. 

Eggers John H, meat market, 1429 Park. 

Elbe Constantine B, druggist. Park S\V cor 
Santa Clara ave. 

Encinal Building Loan Association of Ala- 
meda, D L Randolph pres, E Minor Smith 
sec. Park. 

Ernst H & Co (Herman Ernst and Fritz 
Boehmer) grocers, 1411 Park. 

I'^aKslciiifSi; l^oiiis. Constable and Col- 
lector, 1534 Park. 

Firehammer J H, teacher. 

Fischer Charles L, stoves and tinware, 1417 
Park, 

Fischer Oscar, tailor, 1512 Park. 
Fisher Watson T. furniture, 1514 Park. 



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Fisher & Taylor (A A Fisher and J P Tay- 
lor) coal, 1507 Park. 

Fitzpatrick Miss Mary, teacher. 

Fletcher Mary D, physician, 1724 Alameda 
ave. 

Flicourt Edward, barber, 1305 Park. 

Forbes J Alexander, grocer, Sherman NW 
cor Encinal ave. 

Fossing John C, grocer. Park NW cor Pa- 
cific ave. 

Foster Charles H, architect, Park Row. 
Foster George, carpenter. Park cor Railroad 
ave. 

Frodden Volbert M, carpenter, 3630 Santa 
Clara ave. 

Furey & Dahl (Franklin P Furey and Louis 

Dahl) plumbers, 1420 Park. 
Futterer Louis, tailor, 3308 Railroad ave. 
Gamble Aaron W, physician. 
Garrette Rev E Y (Presbyterian) cor Central 

and Versailles aves. 
Gibbons Rev Arthur S (Methodist) 3464 

Railroad ave. 
Gochnauer Philip L, meat market, 1612 

Webster. 

Godfrey Mrs G W, dressmaker, Santa Clara 
ave nr Park. 

Goldstone John, crockery, 1309 Park. 

Gott Arthur 0, jeweler, 1321 Park. 

Graham Wm W, plumber, 1605 Park. 

Gray Bros, Artificial Stone Paving Co (S F) 
George P Gray pres, 1506 Park. 

Gray Ernestine, music teacher, 2019 Park. 

Groome Louis A, painter, 1906 Pacific ave. 

Habergarten Adam, saloon, 3d ave, cor Cen- 
tral ave. 

Hagy Samuel, meat market, Oak cor Encinal 
ave. 

Hallgren Fred, confectionery, 1419 Park. 
Hallv Frank, blacksmith, 1710 Santa Clara 
ave. 

Harmony Borax Mining Co, A L Tubbs, as- 
signee, Alameda Point. 

Hart Miss Helen M, teacher. 

Harter Bloomfield, blacksmith, Railroad ave 
cor Lincoln ave. 

Hebard Wm H, dairy produce, 2013 Park. 

Hecker Adolph, hardware, 1535 Webster, 

Hermes & Steers (Ernest Hermes, Edward 
E Steers) grocers, 1546 Webster. 

Hess Alexander, physician, 1626 Park. 



Hitchcock Mrs Louise S, restaurant. Park 

cor Encinal ave. 
Hitchens James H, barber, 1544 Webster. 
Holtz Hall, Wm Holtz propr, 1544 Webster. 
Holtz Wm, justice of peace and insurance, 

1544 Webster. 
Horst Wm, grocer, Santa Clara ave, SE cor 

McPherson. 
Hotel Bella. Vista, Theodore G. 

Bilty propr, NE cor Webster and Central 

ave. {See p. 121.) 
Humphrey John, tailor, 1522 Park. 
Hunt Wilson M, machinist, 1702 Alameda 

ave. 

Hutton Edward L, meat market, 1536 Park. 

Hyman Abram, glazier, Railroad ave nr Oak. 

Independent Lumber Co, George E Middle- 
ton mngr, Encinal ave NW cor Walnut. 

Ives Mrs E T, teacher. 

Jackson Miss Etta H, teacher. 

Jans Obbe, grocer. Oak cor San Antonio ave. 

Jarvis John, carpenter, Pacific ave. 

Jarvis Thomas, saloon, 1537 Park. 

Jaycox David L, photographer. Central ave 
bet 3d and Webster. 

Jenkins Bros (Fred E and (Jharles M) plan- 
ing mill. Encinal ave nr Park. 

Johnson Carl H, saloon, 1207 Park. 

Jones Wm G, propr Park Hotel, Park cor 
Encinal ave. 

Joost Martin, grocer, 1901 Encinal r-ve, 

Jorgenson Peter, blacksmith, 1621 Webster. 

Judd E D & Son (Edward D, Thomas H) 
real estate, 1506 Park. 

Kalis Frank J, barber. Park nr Central ave. 

Kaskel Isaac, clothing, 1511 Park. 

Keene Edward B. druggist, 1303 Park. 

Keller Mrs Christiana, grocer, 1609 Park. 

Kelley Michael, propr Neptune Gardens, 
Central ave cor Webster. 

Kiernan Philip, restaurant. Central ave nr 
2d ave. 

Kirby Rev John (Methodist), cor Central 

ave and Park. 
Kirk Robert, librarian Alameda free library, 

1407 Park. 

Knowland. Jt R Electrical Co, 

Joseph R Knowland Pres and Mngr, Geo 
J King Chief Electrician, Electrical Con- 
struction Work and Supplies, 1415 Park. 
(-See left side lines. ) 

Knowland JTosepli R, Pres J R 
Knowland Electrical Co, 1415 Park. 

Koerber Henry, Wood and Coal, 1717 Santa 
Clara ave. 

Kohlmoos Frederick C, saloon, Santa Clara 

ave NW cor Benton. 
Konigshofer Julius J, dry goods, 1423 Park. 
Kopka Wm, painter, 1631 Webster. 
Ki*autli F K, Propr Alameda Encinal, 

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La Due Rev W K (Methodist). 

I^amb James E, Meat Market, 1713 
Santa Clara ave. 

Larrecou Baptist, laundry, 1603 Park. 

Laterrade Peter, shoemaker, 1607 Park. 

Lenenberger, restaurant, 1217 Park. 

Ijeonard JFosepli A, Px.eal Estate, In- 
surance and Architect, Park NE cor Santa 
Clara ave. 

Lesch Charles, bakery, 1317 Park. 

Loesch Charles W, bakery, 1425 Park. 

Lomax Richard R, blacksmith, Encinal ave 
nr Park, 

Loomis Wm H, physician, 1847 Central ave. 
Louis Edouard, saloon, 1521 Park. 
Lovegrove George, painter, Santa Clara ave 
nr Morton. 

McClure, Fitch & Co. (W F McClure, Wal- 
lace B Fitch, Thad S Fitch) real estate. 
Railroad ave nr Bay. 

McDonnell P A, fruit grower, 

McKean James F, watchmaker, 1507 Park. 

McKean Miss Minnie, teacher. 

McLaren Miss Jennie, teacher. 

McLean John T, physician, cor Willow and 
Central ave. 

McLean Miss Mary H, teacher. 

Manasse F L, teacher. 

Mandler Fred, bakery, 1529 Park. 

Mantel Max, delicacies, 1403^ Park. 

Marcuse Felix, grocer and real estate, 2903 
Piailroad ave. 

Martin & Crowe (David W Martin and Her- 
bert Crowe) livery, 1606 Park. 

Mayrisch Ernest, saloon. Railroad ave cor 
Webster. 

Mayrisch Ernest H, real estate, 1547 Park. 
Mazzini Louis, plumber, 1515 Park, 
Megerle Miss Lisette, teacher. 
Meierdierks Miss Marie, art needle work, 

1738 Railroad ave. 
Meysel Oscar S, barber, 1527 Park. 
Middleton George E, mngr Independent 

Lumber Co. XW cor Encinal ave and 

Walnut. 

Miller Charles F, restaurant, 1319 Park. 
Miller Charles L, painter, 1730 Park 
Miller Joseph A, painter, 1839 Railroad ave. 
Millington James, city clerk Water Works 
Bldg. 

Mills Thomas, plumber, 1527 Webster. 
:?Ioreal U I» A: Co (Henry Moreal) 

Real Estate, Insurance, and Money Loans, 

1428 Park. 
Mories Addison H, dentist, Park Row. 
Morris Henry T, constable, Schroeder's 

Bldg. 

Morris Miss Matilda A, grocer and post- 
master West End, 1533 Webster. 
Muller Nicholas, grocer, Bay cor Santa Clara 



Nast John E, photographer, Santa Clara 

ave cor Park. 
Neal Miss May L, stenographer, 1506 Park. 
Nelson Charles, restaurant, Webster cor 

Railroad ave. 
Nelson Hans, dry goods, Park cor Encinal 

ave. 

Neptune Gardens, Michael Kelly propr, Cen- 
tral ave cor Webster. 

Newberry Mrs C J, teacher. 

Nobmann Bros (John H Jr and Otto T) 
grocers, 1506 Park. 

North Mrs E M, teacher. 

Noy Wm H, meat market. Railroad ave nr 
Bay. 

Ohea Richard H, grocer, 2015 Park 

Pacific Coast Oil Co, Geo Loomis pres, Ed- 
ward Wheaton sec, Alameda Point. 

Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, Mrs H M Thomp- 
son agent. Park cor Encinal ave. 

Palmer N W, city treasurer. Water Works 
Bldg. 

Paris Miss A C, teacher. 

Park Hotel, Wm G Jones propr. Park cor 

Encinal ave. 
Park Opera House, cor Park and Buena 

Vista ave. 

Pell Mrs Sophia W, nurse, 1724 Alameda ave. 
People's Express Co, Nobmann Bros agents, 
1.506 Park. 

Perrin Bros (Edward T and Wesley C) saloon, 
1523 Park. 

Peters Gus & Co (Gus Peters, Hermann 
Wishhusen) grocers, .3301 Santa Clara ave. 

Petersen Mrs Peter H, dry goods, 1503 
Webster. 

Petry Adam, gun and locksmith. Park cor 

Railroad ave. 
Pierce Joseph, restaurant, 1535 Park. 
Poyzer Wm R, city engineer. Library Bldg. 
Prescott Mrs Caroline E, bakery, 1215 Park, 
Probst Mrs Louis, bakery, 1421 Webster. 
Puc;et Sound Lumber Co, J H Powell mngr, 

Encinal ave cor Oak. 
Quimby <fe Durkee (Elijah Quimby and Jud- 

son A Durkee) furniture, 1524 Park. 
Radcliff C M, city recorder. Water Works 

Bldg. 

Radsze\nll Christ, artificial stone mnfr, Oak 

bet Clement and Eagle ave. 
Raleigh Benjamin H, millinery, 1307 Park. 
Ramsdell Mrs N H, teacher. 
Randegger John R, boots and shoes, 1616 

Webster. 
Reinecker Nick, saloon, 1531 Park. 
Reichsrath Louis, shoemaker, 3100 Santa 

Clara ave. 

Reynolds George, physician, Odd Fellows' 
Bldg. 

Reynolds Harry A, telegraph operator, Pa- 
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Eichardson Joseph R, express, Park-street 
Depot. 

Ricklef son George J, dye works, 1911 Encinal 
ave 

Riegelhuth Jacob, Pacific Avenue Hotel, Al- 
ameda Point. 

Rimassa H C, shoemaker, 1541 Webster 

Rimassa Mrs M E, bakery, 1543 Webster. 

Rockwell Mrs Louisa A, tailoress, Park Row. 

Rodder & Beuck (Christian Rodder and 
Charles Beuck) harness makers, 1510 Park, 

Roden Miss Lillian, teacher. 

Rogers John, notions, Encinal ave nr Park. 

Rosmarin George, nursery, Central ave cor 
Bay. 

Ross John C, undertaker, 1518 Park. 
Runge Christian F, grocer, 601 Webster. 
Rupport Mrs Kate, propr Bay View Hotel, 

Alameda Point. 
Sanford Vallorus, grocer, 2601 Railroad ave. 
Schiethe Jacob, meat market, 1315 Park. 
Schoenau Henry, hotel, 1521 Prospect. 
Schroeder Mrs Sophia, books and stationery, 

1533 Park. 

Schroeder & Bruns (Hugo Schroeder, J 

Henry Bruns) hay and grain, 1306 Park. 
Schroeder & Victors (Adolph Schroeder, 

Albert Victors) hay and grain, I^E cor 

Park and Webb ave. 
Schuler Charles, saloon, 1213 Park. 
Schuler & Sons (Henry, Lorenz, John and 

Wm) brewery. Central ave nr 2d ave. 
Scott A W, teacher. 

Scudder Rev W W Jr, (Congregational) 

2110 Alameda ave. 
Seebeck John, saloon, 1509 Webster. 
Seidler & Borngesser (Jos ph Seidler, Jacob 

Borngesser) bakers, 1425 Park. 
Sevening Henry, pres Bank of Alameda, Park 

NE cor Central ave. 
Sharp A J, propr Alameda Transfer Co, 1507 

Park. 

Shead Daniel L, grocer, 1515 Webster. • 
Shultis Edward, painter, Encinal ave cor Oak 
Shureen Andrew, tailor, 1700 Alameda ave. 
Smith Charles G, shoemaker, 1403 Park. 
Smith E Minor, city assessor. Water Works 
Bldg. 

Smith John P, fancy goods, 1413 Park. 
Smith Mrs Mary R, teas and coffees, 1305 
Park. 



Smith Miss Nellie L, teacher. 

Smith Xhomsis A & Co (Thomas 
A Smith, Stanley C. Cheminant) Real Es- 
tate and Insurance, 1601 Park. 

Snyder C L, teacher. 

Sohlke Miss Margaret, teacher. 

Soltau John, yrocer, 1424 Park. 

Soittli Kritis^li V» <iiid Iitsiii-- 
ance Co. of N. Z., T. S. Van Tassel, 
Agent. 

Spatz Miss Agnes, teacher. 

Spencer Rev W C, (Baptist). 

Stark James B, carpenter, 1225 Park. 

Steers & Hauch (Edward E Steers, Halvor 

Hauch, grocers, 1542 Webster, 
Stenbiht Arthur, architect, 1506 Park. 
Stephenson Stanley, paints and oils, 1407 

Park. 

St, John Mrs Margaret E, propr The St 

John, Santa Clara ave nr Park. 
Stoddard & Barber (Asa C Stoddard and 

Alfred S Barber) planing mills, Encinal 

ave nr Walnut, 
Stolzi Conrad, saloon, 1531 Prospect. 
Stone Miss H, teacher, 

Strauss N & Co (Nathan Strauss) clothing, 

Odd Fellows' Bldg. 
Strong Milton G, meat market, 1525 Park. 
Stiirtevaiit Oeorge, Postmaster, 

Central ave nr Park, 
Sullivan J J, propr Yosemite Hotel, 1530 

Park. 

Sunset Telephone-Tel Co, A Anderson 

agent. Broad Gauge Station. 
Sutherland Wm, boots and shoes, 1319 Park. 
Tait James, carpenter, 1314 Park, 
Taney Miss Lucy K, teacher, 
Tappan Ralph B, lawyer. Park Row. 
Taylor Edward K, city attorney, Water 

Works Bldg, 
Taylor George, soda water mnfr, Clement 

ave cor Oak, 
Taylor Wm O, physician, 1842 Central ave. 
Xeiiney Harry O, Stationer and 

Printer, Bicycles for Sale and to Rent, 

and Agent W F & Co, 1415 Park. 
Terrace Baths, C A Edson propr. Central ave 

cor 3d. 

Theiss Rev J H (German Lutheran). 
Thompson Mrs H M, operator S P Co, Park 

oor Encinal ave, 
Thompson R R, propr Artesian Water 

Works, Park nr Santa Clara ave. 
Thomsen Mrs Charlotte, grocer. Mound 

NW cor Monroe. 
Xtiomi^on Colin, Propr Caledonia 

House, cor 3d and Central ave. 
Thorpe Mrs David N, dressmaker, 1714 

Santa Clara ave, 
Tisdale T P & C L (Thomas P and Charles 

L) physicians, 1715 Central ave. 



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Todd Alexander H, real estate, 1508 Park. 
Townsend Henry L, livery, cor 3d and Cen- 
tral aves. 

Uznay Mrs Kate, di ess-reform goods, 1321 
Park. 

Van de Mark Wm N, photographer, Central 
ave nr Webster. 

Velten & Strohle (George Velten and Jacob 
Strohle) saloon, 1213 Park. 

Vergez & Mathebat (Blaise Vergez and An- 
tonio Mathebat) laundry, 1717 Park. 

Voges George, grocer, 2402 Railroad ave. 

Vogt Frank C, saloon, 1715 Park. 

Vogt Frederick VV, grocer, 1219 Park. 

Vollmar Miss Bertha T, teacher. 

Vosburg Joel B, hardware, 1431 Park. 

AVachter Ernest V, grocer, 17o7 Park. 

Wagner Mrs A, dressmaker, cor Railroad 
ave and Stanton. 

Wagner Wm, painter, 1605^ Park. 

Warren Henry, fish market, 1706 Alameda 
ave. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, H Tenney 

Agent, 1415 Park. 
Welp George H, shoemaker, 1702 Santa 

Clara ave. 

Western Union Tel Co, A Anderson agent, 

Broad Gauge Station. 
Westphal Oscar F, jeweler, 1405 Park. 
Westerdahl Wm, upholsterer, Santa Clara 

ave nr Pine. 
Wheeler & Relfe -(George W VVheeler and 

George C Relfe) hay, grain and fuel, Santa 

Clara ave nr Park, and 3302 Railroad ave. 
'Whelen Mrs Kate, bakery, 1628 Park. 
Whitney, Standard and Oakland Transfer 

Co, Park cor Santa Clara ave. 
Willeke Rienhard, saloon, 1507 Park. 
Wobber Peter W, grocer. Oak cor Alameda 

ave. 

Woolf George, barber, 1511 Webster. 
Yoseraite Hotel, J J Sullivan propr, 1530 
Park. 

Voung Jabez R, druggist, 2823 Railroad ave. 
Zingg Wm, cigars, 1519 Park. 



AI.AMEI>A COUNTY. For de- 
scriptive sketch refer to General Index. 



AU.AI»IEI>A POIJ^X. Alameda 
county. For names of business men see Ala- 
meda. 



At( AMO. A small settlement in Contra 
Ccsta county, 15 miles southeast of Mar- 
tinez, the county seat, banking and shipping 
point, to which there is a daiiy stage, fare 
$1. It has a Presbyterian church, a popula- 
tion of 75, and ships grain and truit. Stage 
communication with Danville and Walnut 
Creek. Mail, daily. J. B. Henry, postmaster. 
' 'ook C H, general store. 
Henry J K, General Store, Hotel and 

Postmaster. 
Seeley Daniel, blacksmith. 



AlJiIfIO]\. A lumber camp and post- 
office on the sea coast in Mendocino county, 
50 miles west of Ukiah, the county seat, 
and 6 south of Mendocino, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Ship direct by water. Mail, 
daily. James Brett, postmaster. 
Albion Mill Co, saw mill and general store. 
HandlyBros, hotel. 
Kaiser Bros, meat market. 
Nixon W J, agent W U Tel Co. 



AtiCALil>E. Fresno county, A recent- 
ly established postofl&ce and a station on 
the Goshen division of the S. P. R. R., which 
diverges from the main line at Goshen. 
McFee W J, general store and postoffice. 

AIL.CATR AZ. A U. S. military post 
and prison in the bay of San Francisco, just 
north of the city. Government steamer 
leaves Mission-street wharf, morning and 
evening. Population 100, and 125 prisoners. 
Mail, daily. C. E. Thomas, postmaster. 



AI.CATRAZ STATIOrV. Alame- 

I county. See Lorin. 



AI.ESSANimO. Located in 1888, 
on the California Southern R. R, in San Ber- 
nardino county, 17 miles south of San Ber- 
nardino, the county-seat, and 10 south of 
Riverside, the nearest banking point. Grain 
and hay are shii)ped. P]xp. and Tel., at 
Perris, 8 miles south. Mail, daily. AV. F. 
Warner, postmaster. 
FarnsM'orth James, poultry breeder. 
Jackson S A, poultry breeder. 
Massy Lee, poultry breeder. 
Pfotflin Frederick, })oultry breeder. 
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office in the northeastern part of Shasta 
county, 50 miles southeast of Sisson, the 
nearest shipping point. Fall River. Mills, 
15 miles distant, is the nearest express of- 
fice. Mail, tri-weekly. 



AI.OERITVE. Tuolumne county. A 
small settlement 2 miles from Jamc'stown, 
which is the nearest express and postoffice. 



AI^HA^flBRA. A flourishing town 
of about 800 inhabitants, on the S. P. R. R. 
in Los Angeles county, 8 miles northeast of 
Los Angeles, the county seat. It has Meth- 
odist, Baptist and Presbyterian churches, 
good schools, a bank, public library, and a 
newspaper, the Alhamhra Review. Oranges, 
grapes, and other fruit, are extensively 
grown and shipped. Street railway to Pasa- 
dena, and telephone connection with Los 
Angeles and vicinity. Exp., W. P. & Co. 
Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. H. W. Stanton, 
postmaster. 

Adams C T, real estate. 

Adams G B, orange-grower. 

Adams Robert D, physician. 

Alhambra and Pasadena Street Railway, A. 
C. Weeks pres. 

Alhambra Bank (capital $100,000) J. M. El- 
liot pres, J A Green cashier. 

Alhambra Hotel, F J Crank propr. 

Alhambra Milhng Co ( ^tanton, Johnson & 
Co) flour and feed mill. 

Alhambra Public Library, Mrs C E English 
librarian . 

Alhambra Review, L and C E Eddy proprs. 

Anderson L C, orange grower. 

Bean C F, orange grower. 

Bessonett John W, dry goods. 

Bishop R F; orange grower and justice. 

Blackburn A S, carpenter. , 

Booze Wm, carpenter. 

Crank F J. propr Alhambra Hotel. 

Draper & Farnsworth (R P Draper and J M 

Farnsworth) grocers. 
Eddy L & C E (Miss Olive L and MisS 

Clara E) proprs Alhambra Review. 
El wood Dr Frank B, druggist. 
English C E. orange grower. 



Fleming George S, livery. 
Gerber John, harness-maker. 
Graves J A, orange grower. 
Gray F Edward, sec and mngr State Citrus 
Fair. 

Halstead Mrs E R, orange grower. 
Haui^coine II I, agent S P Co, W F 

& Co, and W U Tel Co. 
Hathaway A M, brickmaker. 
Houlahan & Griffith, lime. 
Hubbard & Webster, nursery. 
James W R, physician. 
Jordan John, baker. 
Kellogg T D, physician. 
Kimball L A, shoemaker. 
Kingsley S B, orange grower. 
Lane D E, physician. 
McConnell Artelles L, blacksmith. 
McLean Alexander, carpenter. 
March D W, carpenter. 
Mayberry E L, orange grower. 
Messenger Eli, orange grower. 
Morehead R H, plumber. 
Ocvarek Ivan, barber. 
Ogilvie A G, nursery. 
Page Bros, livery. 
Phillips A, orange grower. 
Hhillips W L, nursery. 
Pollard E, orange grower. 
Ray Mrs Charles, restaurant. 
Reyniert J D, orange grower. 
Roach Frank F, wood and coal. 
Staininger J B, jeweler. 
Stanton H W, postmaster. 
Stanton H, real estate and ins agent. 
Stanton, Johnson <fe Co (H W Stanton, W 

P Johnson, C M Stanton) grocers, hay and 

grain. 

Stoneman Mrs R C, orange grower. 
Story F L. fru t grower and constable. 
Stuart T J, real estate. 
Tiernan & Creamer, lumber. 
Torrence & Scoville, meat market. 
Walkins E L, orange grower. 
Wallace Bros, nursery. 
Wallace J C, orange grower. 
Weeks A C, orange grower. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, H I Hanscome 
Agent. 

Whittemore Wm H, real estate and notary. . 
Wilson & Burdick, architects. 
Winters Charles, blacksmith. 



AIjII^A. This farming settlement, 
founded in 1866 in Tulare county, is a sta- 
tion on the S. P. R. R., 33 miles south of 
Visalia, the county seat, 274 southeast of 
San Francisco, and 22 sorfth of Tulare, the 
nearest banking point. It contains a Meth- 
odist and Congregational churches. Prin- 
cipal shipments, grain. Exp., W. F. & Co. 



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Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. F. B. Howard, 
postmaster. 

Dawson W N, nursery. 
Grimes W M, hotel and livery. 
Grimes & Davison, real estate. 
Howard F B, general store, justice and post- 
master. 

Hughes W W, notary public. 

I^ardner F B, Agent, W. F. & Co, W. 

U. Te]. Co., and S. P. Co. 
McNeil George L, real estate. 
Moyle T, blacksmith and constable. 
Roberts E,ev (Methodist). 
Thomas Rev (Congregational). 
Wells, Fargo & Co, F B Lardner agt. 
Young D N, well borer. 



AILilLiliCrHAI^Y. A mining camp in 
Sierra county, 9 miles south of Downie- 
ville, the county seat, and 2 south of For- 
est City, the nearest telegraph and express 
office. Mail, daily. S. S. Crafts, postmaster. 
Bennett R, hotel. 
Bradbury J T, meat market. 
Crafts & Son, general store. 



AI^I^EN SPRIiVOS. A pleasant 
summer resort on Cache creek in Lake county, 
31 miles northeast of Lakeport, the county 
seat, 30 southwest of Sites, the shipping 
point, and 50 west of Colusa, the banking 
point. The mineral springs here have 
made the place quite a resort, especially 
for those afflicted with pulmonary troubles. 
There is a saw mill here. Population, 50. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Stages to 
Sites, fare $3, and to Lower Lake. Mail, 
tri- weekly. D. J. Stevens, postmaster. 
*Burton E. 

Dow Charles, saw mill. 

King Joseph, grape grower. 

KingW J, fruit grower. 

Klays F, agent Wells Fargo & Co. 

Le John J, meat market. 

Mahlum John I, carpenter. 

Maitland S, telegraph agent. 

Miller & Long, stage proprs. 

Stevens 1> J, Propr Allen Springs 

Hotel, General Store, and Postmaster. 
Stevens Miles, saloon. 



AlulL.EI¥I>ALE. Solano county. A 
sation on the S. P. R. R., 6 miles north of 
Vacaville. 



AIjiflA. A station (formerly Lexing- 
ton) on the S. P. C. R. R.. and on Los Gatos 
creek in Santa Clara county, 13 miles south 
of San Jose, the county seat, and 3 south of 
Los Gatos, the banking point. It contains 
a saw mill. Products, farm and dairy prod - 



uce, fruit, wine, poultry and petroleum. 
Population, 250. Telephone connection with 
principal towns. Tel., P P. Tel. Cable Co. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. H. Stewart, post- 
master. 

Andrews W J, carpenter. 

*I>ol€ler JLt F, General Store. 

Emerson D M, propr Oakland House and 

postmaster. 
Emerson Nellie, dressmaker. 
Gregory Samuel 0, propr Forest House and 

agent Sunset Tel Co. 
Guard R T, poultry breeder. 
Guidice Stephen, grape grower and wine 

mnfr 

Hall E J, propr Alma Hotel. 

Herrlinger John, shoemaker. 

Moody Gulch Petroleum Co. 

Muender R, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

O'JSeil Wm, meat market. 

Riehl Wm, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Sowerby I, agent W F & Co, P P Tel Co. 

Stewart 11, farmer. 

Stewart John, saw mill. 

Stewart Mary J, teacher. 

Tice George, blacksmith. 

Tobacco G, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Umholtz John, apiarist. 

Vogel Frederick, carpenter. 

Welcker W T, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Udells, Farg-o & Co, 1 Sowerby Agent. 



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AI^]»IO]^I>. A station nn the S. P. R . 

R. in Orange county. See Buena Park. 



AI^OSTA. A village near the S. C. 
R. R. in Los Angeles county, 27 miles from Los 
Angeles, the county seat. It contains Meth- 
odist, Episcopal and Christian churches. 
Fruits are the staple product. Bank at 
North Ponoma. Tel. and Exp. at Glendora 
Station. Mail, daily. S. W. Rice, post- 
master. 

Beach Wm, hotel. 

Gard George P], U S Marshal Southern Dist. 

Germain W H, nursery and harness. 

Heckenlinley J, real estate. 

Hubard J H & Co, grocer. 

Hubard Mrs J H, dressmaker. 

Pr:itt G B, Agent S C R R and W F & Co. 

nice llros, stationers. 

Rice J M, real estate. 

Rice S W, livery and postmaster. 



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ronte east of San Diego, the county seat, 
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Population, 20. Telephone, to El Cajon and 
San Diewo, also stage to the latter. Fare, 
12.50. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Whitney H JF , General Store and Post- 
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AI.I»II>^E COU.lfXY. For descrip- 
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county. See Trego. 



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ALXA. A station on the S. P. R. R. 

in Placer county. 32 miles northeast of Au- 
burn, the county seat. Shipments, fruit, 
telegraph poles and woofl. Population, 50. 
Express office, at Tow.es, f mile distant. Tel., 
W. U. Mail, daily. E. M. Banvard, post- 
master. 

ItanvsLrd A, Fruit Grower. 

Borah G M, fruit grower. 

Damsguard John, grocer. 

Dixon J & Co (Joseph Dixon, Morrell Whit- 
tier) meat market (Towles). 

Dresler H N, fruit grower. 

Ewer S, fruit grower. 

Goding A J, fruit grower. 

Jones Nelson A, hotel. 

Lee Wm N, fruit grower. 

Linn Wm E, fruit grower. 

Opel George, propr Alta House. 

Shepard Nathaniel B, shoemaker. 

Towle Allen, agent W F & Co, S P Co, 
U Tel Co (Towles). 

Towle Bros & Co (Allen and George 
I'owle, and J L Gould) lumber and 
mnfrs and general store (Towles). 



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AI.XA:?I03fT. A postoffice and sta- 
tion on the,S. P. R R. in Alameda county, 
55 miles east of San Francisco and 8 north- 
east of Livermore, the nearest banking point. 
Mail, daily. 

Barthold A 0, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Thomas W R, warehouse. 



^1^1' >^ VIEEE. Calaveras county! 
For names of business men, nee Angel's Camp, 
which is the postoffice address and nearest 
express and telegraph station. 



AtiXOi^". A station on the E. R. and 

E. R. R. and on Eel river, in Humboldt 
county, 23 miles from Eureka, the county 
seat and banking place. It contains a shin- 
gle mill, and is at the junction of the P. L. 
Co. R. R. There are Methodist and Con- 
gregational church societies. Products — 
cereals, potatoes and apples. Population, 
100. Tel. and Exp., at Hydesville, 3 miles 
east. Telephone connection, with all points 
on E. R. and E. R. R. and with P. L. Co. 
Stages to Rio Dell, 5 miles; Camp Grant, 

21^ miles; Phillipsville, 39^ miles; andGar- 

berville, 51^ miles. Mail, daily, F. W. 

Beck with, postmaster. 

Beclcwitli & l^iitlier. General Store. 

Bro^vn Lot M, hotel. 

Clark W P, wagonmaker. 

Crawford Wm, livery. 

*Dahle Wm H. 

Delamore H S, physician. 

P'ike J A, teacher. 

Hanson D W, hotel. 

Jarvis Bros, shingle mill. 

Lambert 0, carpenter. 

Malloy Robert A, blacksmith. 

Mills <fe Meller, stage proprs. 

Stanley Rev (Methodist). 

Taylor Rev (Congregational). 



AETURAS. Formerly called Dorris 
Bridge, the county seat of Modoc county, 
was settled in 1872, and is now a prosperous 
town of 850 inhabitants. It is situated on 
Pitt river, 170 miles northeast of Redding, 
its railroad shipping point, and 404 northeast 
of San Francisco. It contains Baptist, Cath- 
olic, and Congregational churches, the last 
two having church edifices. There are two 
weekly newspapers, the Modoc Independent 
and the New Era. James T. Laird carries 
on a general banking and collection business, 
in addition to being the postmaster and drug- 
gist. There is here also a steam roller flour- 
mill, and a sash and door factory. The 
principal shipments are live stock, grain, 
and hay. Daily mail stages to Redding, 
fare ^17; Cedarville, 25 miles east, $2.50; 
tri-weekly, north toLakeview, Or., 60 miles, 
$5; and semi-weekly, south to Susanville, 90 
miles, $10. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily, J. T. Laird, postmaster. 
Anderson & Sloss, propr New Era, 
Ballard J L. saw mill. 
Bayley ^ S, stock ranch. 
Billups & Poor, livery. 
Bissell Frederick, agent W F & Co. 
Bogner Frederick, brewery. 
Bowker M'-s E, boarding house. 
Bucher John, sheriff and tax collector. 



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Creighton agen^. 
Claflin C L, lawyer. 

Cominercia,! Insiirance Co of 

J T Laird Agent. 
Cook J E., brick mnfr. 
Croson E, constable. 
Derevan J H & Co, saloon. 
Dorris C J & Bros, stock raisers. 
Ferguson A H, furniture and county coroner. 
Vireman'i^ Fund Insurance Co, 

J T Laird Agent. 
Flournoy Bros, stock raisers. 
Flournoy J D, stock raiser. 
Forrest J M, physician. 
Frame Sidney, blacksmith. 
Frank A J, saloon. 
Frawley Thomas, meat market. 
Gagnon A, saddler. 
Gibson S C, physician. 
Gleason George M, saloon. 
Griffiths Rev Griffith (Congregational). 
Grubbs E P, teacher. 
Hall G E, shoemaker. 
Hanson J K, barber. 
Harrington J W, lawyer. 
Harris G F, superior judge. 
Henderson Rev L E (Baptist). 
Jenks G W, lawyer. 
Jones J Thad, stock raiser. 
Kerr John, carpenter. 

ILiaird. James X, Drugs, Stationery, 
Notions, Banker, Ins Agent and Post- 
master. 

Lauer E, general store and flour mill. 

McKay G 0, sash and door factory. 

Marsh Mrs E, boarding house. 

Martin A D, general store. 

May J J, lawyer and justice of the peace. 

Miller A M, carpenter. 

Modoc Independent, D C Slater propr. 

Morse A L, boarding house. 

Mossman L J, brick mason. 

Myers A J, county assessor. 

Nelson W H, stock raiser. 

New Era, Anderson & Sloss proprs. 

Nichols R F, carpenter. 

dinger A A, hotel. 

Pease & Sexton, stage proprs. 

Pinkney M, agricultural implements. 

Poor J W, county clerk and auditor. 

Poor Mrs J W, milliner and dressmaker. 

Reynolds & Jackson, meat market. 

Salisbury W A, saw mill. 

Slater D C, propr Modoc Independent. 

Smith A A, civil engineer. 

Snell J A, teacher. 

Spargur H L, lawyer. 

Spaulding Charles, saw mill. 

Spencer & Raker, lawyers. 

Stewart J H, district attorney. 



Stone W F, watchmaker. 
Swift Mrs S, boarding house. 
Vergon J A, teacher. 
Volcklandt J A, painter. 
Wakefield M M, barber. 
Wall John, dairy. 
Wanzer J A, dairy. 
Warner C S, blacksmith. 
Weigert Henry, livery. 
Welch Mrs Alice, county supt schools. 
Welsh Miss Madge, teacher. 
Wells, Farg-o & Co, Frederick Bissell 
Agent. 

Williams George E, stock raiser. 
Woods John, wagonmaker. 



AI^VARADO. Formerly called New 
Haven, also Union City, was first settled in 
1850, and is located in Alameda county, 20 
miles southeast of Oakland, the county seat 
and banking point. It is a station on the 
Santa Cruz division S. P. R. R., 24 miles 
southeast of San Francisco. Presbyterian 
and Catholic churches and good schools are 
sustained by a population of 600. It has a 
beet -sugar manufactory, stove foundry, 
chemical works and glue factory. Sugar, 
grain and vegetables are shipped. Telephone 
connection, by Sunset Telephone. Tel., W. 
U. and P. P. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. E. A. Richmond, postmaster. 
Alameda Sugar Co, C. W. Burr supt. 
Barsotti E & Bros, wine mnfrs. 
Brook J H, stoves and tinware. 
De Mello Domingo, shoemaker. 
Emery W F, carpenter. 
Eureka Chemical Works, mnfrs chemicals 
Granger F B and Son, hotel. 
Hellwig P & Co. meat market. 
Henningson Bros, hotel. 
Heyer A, sa'oon and bakery. 
Joyce J A, carpenter. 
Lassen Adolph, saloon. 
Lee A, barber and saloon. 
Liston J J, agent P P Tel Cable Co, S P Co 

and W F & Co. 
McCulley Wm, saddler. 
McKeown Joseph, })lacksmith. 
Pacific Glue Factory. 
Peach M J. general store. 
Plummer Bros, salt works. 
Quigley John, salt works. 
Ralph & Perry, general store. 
""ICielimond K A, Jewelry, Notions, 

Postmaster and Agent Sunset Telephone 

and Tel Co. 
Eiser & Dobbel, blncksniiths. 
Xay <iJeorft-e II Co (S F) Stove 

Foundry. 

Welles, Farg:o A: <'o, J J Liston 
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AtiVISO. A station at the head of 
San Francisco bay, on the Santa Cruz di- 
vision S. P. R. R., in Santa Clara county, 8 
miles north of San J ose, the county seat and 
banking point. Ships large quantities of 
strawberries. Population, 600. There are 
many thousand acres of salt marsh contigu- 
ous, which is in process of reclamation, and 
which will largely increase the population 
and business of this place. Land is worth 
$150 to 1300 per acre. Exp., W. F. & Co., 
Tel., W. U. and P. P. Co. Mail, daily. 
Miles Hollister, postmaster. 
Alviso Lumber Co, warehouse and lumber. 
Alviso Store, Miles HoUister Mngr, 

General Merchandise. 
Barnes F K, stock raiser. 
Boots Wm, fruit grower and stock raiser. 
Bradley Charles, agent W F & Co, P P Tel 

Cable Co, and S P Co. 
Burrell F C, fruit grower. 
Caswell M P, poultry breeder. 
Cropley Charles, fruit grower. 
Davee W A, painter. 
Emerson A S, carpenter. 
Emerson Mrs E, dressmaker. 
Farney James, fruit grower. 
French W H, farm implements and dairy. 
Gallagher A T, fruit grower and dairy. 
*IIollister Miles, Mngr Alviso Store, 

Insurance, Real Estate, Pension Claim 

Agent and Postmaster. 
Hutchinson Robert, insurance. 
Johnson, Martin & Co, fish and oysters. 
La Montague L, hotel. 

Lawrence George, hay warehouse and dairy. 

Lords Miss Ella, teacher. 

McKiernan Charles, fruit grower. 

Martin John, warehouse. 

Meads J W, fruit grower. 

Miller Wm; saloon. 

Morford A, fruit grower. 

North Coast Lumber Co, warehouse and 

. lumber. 
Ortley J J, hay warehouse. 
Pelle Jules, constable. 
Pogue Miss Mamie, music teacher. 
Pogue T, hotel. 
Reeve J P, dairy. 

Shields James, fruit grower and dairy, 
Steinymber Julius, saloon. 



Tildeu Mrs S E, grocery. 
Wade H G, stock raiser and warehouse. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Charles Bradley 
Agent. 

Wenstrom John, blacksmith. 
Wright Mrs W H, saloon. 
Young W, fruit grower. 
Zanker Wm, fruit grower and dairy. 



AIfIAl>OR CITY. A thriving min- 
ing town on Amador creek, in Amador 
county, 6 miles northwest of Jackson, the 
county seat, and 12 northeast of lone, its 
shipping point. Bank at Sacramento. It 
has Methodist and Catholic churches, a 
public school and several quartz mills. 
Product, gold bullion. Population, 800. 
Telephone connection, with Jackson and 
Sutter Creek. Daily stages to Sutter Creek 
and Drytown. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. Creighton Fleehart, post- 
master. 

Amador County Tel Co, John N Kirkland 
operator. 

Amador Hotel, Keeney Setzer propr. 

Bianchetti B, hotel. 

Bunker Hill G M Co. 

Burgar Caesar, saloon. 

Chichizola Augustino, general store. 

Chynoweith Rev J B (Methodist). 

Condit J H, teacher. 

Cook Emil, barber. 

Culbert Thomas L, lumber. 

DunJap James R, druggist, agent W U Tel Co. 

Dunlap & Poggi, agents Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Eclipse G M & M Co. 

rieehart C, Postmaster, 

Ford Reuben M, general store. 

Francisco Louis, blacksmith. 

Gannon Miss Teresa, teacher. 

Gundry John, saloon. 

Gundry Josiah, boarding-house. 

Hartman Simon, dry goods. 

Keeney & Setzer (W. F. Keeney, Frederick 

Setzer) proprs Amador Hotel and meat 

market. 
Kerr Thomas, livery. 
Keystone Con G M Co. 
Kirkland Bros (James and John N) general 

store. 

Koehler Henry J, bakery and saloon. 

McCormick Wm H, saloon. 

Maloney Rev (Catholic). 

Nichols S J, physician. 

JNichols Mrs Sarah, boarding-house. 

Randolph Miss May, teacher. 

Raphael N, tailor. 

Reeves Frank, barber. 

Roddick Blanche, teacher. 

South Spring Hill G M Co. 

Thomas J J, meat market. 



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Vance R, justice of the peace. ! 

Wells, Fargo & Co, Dunlap & Poggi j 

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Western Union Tel Co, J R Dunlap agent. | 

White B, hotel. i 



Alfl Al>OR COU^fXY. For descrip- 
tive sketch refer to General Index. 

AMERICA. A summer resort, and 
the location of the celebrated Mark West 
Mineral Springs, in Sonoma county, 9 miles 
north of Santa Rosa, the county seat, and 
Bank, Tel., Exp., and Railroad station. 
The hotel here is the prominent feature, and 
its stages run twice a day to Santa Rosa, in 
the summer. Mail, five times a week in 
winter, and daily in summer. 
Arnold W J, grape grower. 
Chandler W R, stockraiser. 
Ooodman James, grape and wool grower. 
McCann Thomas, grape grower and land 

agent. 

'^Robinson Oeorge, Propr Mark West 
Springs Hotel, Land Agent and Postmas- 
ter. 



AIVAHEi:?!. Founded in 1857, and in- 
corporated as a town in 1878, is situated in 
Orange county on the Southern California R. 
R. , 27 miles southeast of Los Angeles, and 8 
north of Santa Ana, the county seat. It 
contaias Methodist, Episcopal, Baptist, Pres- 
byterian, Christian, Catholic and Lutheran 
churches, a school with 6 teachers and 400 
pupils, a bank, 2 newspapers, the Weekly 
Gazette and the Semi- weekly Budget, an 
opera house and several fine business blocks. 
There are also good water works, a street 
railway, and a volunteer fire department. 
The assessed value of property is estimated 
as $1,000,000. Population, 1,500. This is 
noted as one of the most fertile sections in 
the state, the land in the vicinity being es- 
pecially adapted to vine and orange culture. 
Nuts also grow to perfection, and large quan- 
tities of honey are shipped. Stock raising 
and wool growing are extensively carried on. 
The Anaheim Evergreen Nurseries, Tim Car- 
roll proprietor, emVjrace an area of 120 acres, 
and are noted as being one of the oldest, 
largest and cleanest nurseries in Southern 
California; 3 miles north of the town is an 
ostrich farm. Telephone communication is 
maintained with Los Angeles, and stages 
leave daily for Westminster and Garden 
Grove. Tel., W\ U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. Mrs. Laura G. Bates, postmas- 
tre. 

Aguilar Miss Dominga S. dressmaker. 



Albrecht H, carpenter. 

Ana-lieim Brewery, Frederick Con- 
rad Proprietor. 
Analieim Everg^reeii l^'wrseries, 

Tim Carroll Proprietor. [See adv. ) 

Anaheim Gazette, Kuchel Bros proprs. 

Anaheim Hotel, Wm H Eraser propr. 

Anaheim Irrigation District, John Hunter 
pres, J S Gardiner sec. 

Avery &Everhardy (^V'm Avery and Matthew 
W Everhardy) meat market. 

Backs F & J (Ferdinand and Joseph) furni- 
ture and undertakers. 

Bailey C A, stock raiser. 

Bailey Dr George H, druggist. 

Ball H W, stock raiser. 

Bank of Anaheim (capital $100,000) James 
Plez pres, George V Horr cashier. 

Banstanehun D, stock raiser. 

Bates Mrs Laura G, postmaster and agent 
W U Tel Co. 

Bauer George, shoemaker. 

Bennerscheidt Carl H, wine mnfr. 

Rennersclieidt .Fosepli, Stoves and 
Tinware, and Well Borer. 

Blanchard V, wholesale wines. 

Bolge T J F, fruit grower and saloon. 

Boettcher Reinhold, blacksmith. 

Bogal Rev John G (German Methodist). 

Bolz Louis, saloon and restaurant. 

Brown W T, agent J M Griffith & Co., lum- 
ber. 

Bullard J H, physician. 

Cadman Arch B, insurance agent. 

Cahen Hippolyte, general store. 

Carroll Xim, Propr Anaheim Evergreen 

Nurseries. [See oilo. ) 
Chamberlayne Rev D (Methodist). 
Cheeseman M H, general store. 
Chynoweth H W, lawyer. 
Comniercial Iiisiiraiiee Co. of 

Cal., H. D. Polhemus Agent. 
Conrad. Eredericlc, Propr Anaheim 

Brewery. 
Crist Fred, tailor. 

l>arling: Xriiman A, Agent S. P. 

Co. and Fruit Grower. 
Davis P & Bro (Phillip and Gustave) general 

store and banking. 
Dennis S A, painter. 
Dyer J J, dairy. 
Earl Fruit Co, oranrje packers. 
Elliott Rev J N (Presbyterian). 
Everhardy J J, livery. 
Federman Samuel S, dry goods. 
Field (xeorge D, lawyer. 
Fischer Wm, cooper. 
Fox Albert V, justice of the peace. 
Fox k Butler ( V H Fox, N B Butler) barbers. 
Frantz Wm, barber. 
Eraser Wm H, pnipr Anaheim Hotel. 



PARK NURSERY GO. 



!T1ic Lcadlns: NnrMiry niiil fiireonlioiiMcs or 
Soiitliorn I'uliroriila. S<>ud for ( kIiiIokik'. 
Address, Byron O. 4'lnrk} illaiiasor, Hox :i.s(i 
(See adv. opp. Nurseries.) PASADENA, CAI,. 



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OF CAIilFORNIA. 



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$2,450,000. 



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Gade Heury C, ice and coal 

Uardiaer J S, physician. 

Gilman R H, fruit grower. 

Griffith J M & Co, \V T Browu agent, feed 

mill and lumber. 
Groat Clarence, carpenter. 
Hack Mrs A R, boarding house. 
Haight Marshall, fruit grower. 
Hardin Wm, physician. 
Harker Wm R, harnessmaker. 
Hart JS'apoleon, saloon. 
Helmer Charles H, stock raiser. 
Helmsen Joseph, grocer. 
Higgins Wm M, druggist. 
Hihner Charles, meat market. 
Hilmer Frank E, asst postmaster and ins- 
urance agent. 
Horr George V, cashier Bank of Anaheim. 
Hudson David W, real estate. 
Hunt Dr D Win slow, druggist. 
Keith F H, fruit-grower. 
Know! ton V, carpenter. 
Kcenig Wm, fruit-grower. 
Kreiss Joseph, bakery. 
Kroeger H, fruit-grower. 
Kroeger's Hall, A V Fox mngr. 
Kuchel Bros (Henry and Charles) proprs 

Anaheim Gazette. 
Landell John, city marshal. 
t.aiig-eiil>erger Aiig-ust, General 

Store and Agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Larsen H P, Carpenter. 
Lewis Arthur L, livery. 
Lieb Dominic, saloon. 
Littlelield Sheldon, county superv^isor. 
Luedke Rudolph, jeweler. 
McFadden Wm M, fruit grower. 
May G W, photographer. 
Melrose Richard, lavi^yer. 
Melsheimer Carl, saloon. 
Menzel Robert, fruit grower. 
Miller Fred H, restaurant. 
Mitchell Newell H, propr Planters' Hptel 

and agent Sunset Telephone Co. 
Mossemann Miss Clara, milliner. 
Mynard Rev F J (Episcopal). 
Nebelung Max, ins agent and city clerk. 
Neipp M, dairy. 

Nemetz Leopold, carriage painter. 
Northam Robert J, real estate and mngr os- 
trich farm 3 miles N. 



Owen Itecher (Wm E Owen, Jos 
F Becher) Proprs Semi-weekly Budget. 
{Seep. 129.) 

Pamperl Charles, Hardware, Crock- 
ery and House H urnishing Goods. 

Paschall S J, dentist. 

Pellegrin P & Sons (Paquito and Edward J) 

jewelry and sewing machines. 
Pellagrin & Landell (Edward J Pellegrin, 

John Landell) mugrs Reiser's Opera House. 
* Pierce •Fason If, Real Estate and 

Justice of the Peace. [See p. 129.) 
Planters Hotel, N H Mitchell propr. 
Plez James, pres Bank of Anaheim. 
Polhemus Henry D, real estate. 
Reiser's Opera House, Pellegrin & Landell 

mngrs. 

Rimpau Bros (Adolph and Fred C) dry 

goods, boots and shoes. 
Ritlimanii Fritz, Saloon. 
Schaefle Rev J M ((German Evangelical). 
Schauman John, wagon maker. 
Schindler Charles, brick mnfr. 
Semi-Weekly Und.g'et, Owen & 

Becher Proprs. [Seep. 129.) 
Soiitli Briti$$li F" and iti Ins Co 

of Z, Alej^nder Wright Agent. 
Spoerl C Richard, gunsmith. 
Stoetters Rev P (Catholic). 
Stoppenbeck Christopher, carpenter. 
Symonds Henry, stoves and tinware. 
Thacker Bros (J F Thacker) orange packers. 
Vincent Desire, saloon. 
Wagner John, stock-raiser. 
Wallop Asher T, grocer. 
Weber John S, plumber. 
Wehmeyer H, fruit grower. 
Wells, Kargo & Co, August Langen- 

berger Agent. 
Western Union Tel Co, Mrs L G Bates agt. 
White Edgar A, farm implements. 
Willie & Albrecht (Charles Willie and 

Charles Albrecht) coopers. 
Wood S 0, architect. 
Yunkert Wm, bakery. 

A:>^I>ERS0N. a rapidly growing 
town on the Shasta div. S. P. R. R., and on 
the Sacramento river in Shasta county, 11 
miles south of Redding, the county seat, 
and 223 north of San Francisco. It con- 
tains a bank, a flour mill, broom factory, 
water works, one weekly newspaper, the 
Eiiterprhe (Ind.), Presbyterian and Metho- 
dist churches, a brick schoolhouse, costing 
812,000, and a good school with four teach- 
ers and a i attendance of 180. The lirst set- 
tlement was made in 1873, and the present 
population numbers 800. Land in the vicin- 
ity is well adapted to fruit raising; several 
large orchards are now being planted, in- 



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MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



ESTABLISHED 1868. ORANGE COUNTY. 

TIM CARROLL, 

PROPRIETOR OF THE ' 

Anaheim Evergreen Nurseries 

. ANAHEIM, ORANGE COUNTY, CAL 

Sudded ki^d geedliqg Oi^ki^^e If I'ee^. 

Walmits, Figs Nortoi Frait Trees. 




FOUB MILLION TBLES M PLUNTS. 

One Million Orangre Trees. Fiv^e Hundred Thousand AValn'uts. 
Two Million Blue Gums. Five Hundred Tlimwand 
Guava, Loquat, Pines and Puliii>. 



ORJ\''JME.YTAL TREES. SH RUBBER ) . 



OVER ONE HUNDRED ACRES IN NURSERIES. 



THEODORE LENZEN 



110 South Second Street, San Jo6E, 
Residence. Leuzsn Avenue 



Cal. 



ARCHITECT 



{Plans, Specifications and Details 
d^a^vn for public and private 
buildings, and superintended in 
any part of the State. 



Anderson 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Anderson 129 



eluding a large number of prunes, of which 
the finest quality is raised here. Some 
gold and silver mines are partially worked. 
A railroad is in contemplation which will 
run northeast from Anderson, and eventual- 
ly strike Oregon at Lakeview. Daily mail 
stages to ]go and Ono, 16 and 21 miles; fares, 
$1.50 and ^2. Assessed value of property, 
$500,000. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Alexander Henry M, fruit grower. 
Alexander Samuel T, fruit grower. 
Ajiderson Brass Band, C G Mainline, leader. 
Anderson Enterprise, E. F. Street 

Editor and Propr, 
Anderson Hotel, G. B. Dales Propr. 
Anderson L R, fruit grower. 
Anderson Thomas, fruit grower. 
Anderson Water Co, J H Sumner pres; E. 

F. Buss sec. 
Anderson Wm S, agent S. P. Co. and W. 

U. Tel. Co. 
Armstrong S, fruit grower. 
Bainbridge Miss Jessie, teacher. 
Baldwin & Atherton, fruit growers. 
Ballard Mrs Phcebe E, dressmaker. 
Bank of Anderson, Hawley Bros mngrs. 
Bartels Wm, justice, notary, and real estate. 
Bedford John, general store. 
Beecher J ames H (Beecher & Crura- 

baugh) Druggist and Agent Wells, Fargo 

& Co. 

Beecher & Crnml>angli (J H 

Beecher, Peter Crumbaugh) General Store. 
Berger Robert, prin public school. 
Bernard U E, saloon. 
Bernard Warren S, fruit grower. 
Bidwell Myron W, blacksmith. 



Buffum A C, fruit grower. 

Buffum F A, fruit grower. 

Buffum M P, fruit grower. 

Burtner G W, fruit grower. 

Buss Mrs E F, millinery and confectionery. 

Buss & Abbott (Elmer F Buss and Henry 

Abbott) real estate and insurance. 
Campbell & Weaver, fruit growers. 
Castro M D, grape grower. 
Cohn Bros (Alexander and Louis) general 

store. 
Cutler W A, mason. 
Dais Joseph, fruit grower. 
Bales CJeorg-e B, Proprietor Anderson 

Hotel. 

Bean Frank C, Manager Sierra Lum- 
ber Co. 

Dick S C, fruit grower. 

Dobrowsky Adolph, jeweler. 

Dodson Mrs A M, teacher. 

Duncan J C, fruit grower. 

Dwindle C H fruit grower (Fulton). 

Fortier E C, livery. 

Foster J S, fruit grower. 

Frisbie Bros (Nathan B, Henry C, and Dr. 
Edward G) fruit growers. 

Fuller Samuel D, drayman. 

Gates W H, fruit grower. 

Gover Daniel L, blacksmith. 

Hadley Wm, fruit grower. 

Hainline Charles G, druggist. 

Harvey John W, physician. 

Hastings H L, fruit grower. 

Hawley Bros, mngrs Bank of Anderson. 

Holt & Gregg, brick mnfrs. 

Home Fruit Farm, S H Frisbie mngr. 

Hopkins Model Fruit Colony, Geo W Hop- 
kins mngfr. 



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ARTISTIC JOB WORK AT LOWEST POSSIBLE LIVING PRICES. 
A TV A II E: I IVt , CAL. 



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Justiee of tlie Feace, Analieim. 

Real Estate and Money Broker. 

Agent for the Anaheim Homestead Tract, 2,000 acres. In lots to sail, from .*:{0 lo 
$00 per acre. Keceives applications for the lands of the iitcariis Kaiichos t o., 
83,«00 acres, from SI5 to .*f»60 per acre. Will rIvc attciilloii to .Sales of 
both City and €onntry Property. Nesotiate Loans of Honey. Kent 
Dwellings and other property. Collect Kenis, make general 
Collections and attend to Payment of Taxes for Non- 
Itcsident and Absent <>>vncrs. 



Free Conveyance for the Use of Patrons to Examine Property. 



WIRE WORKS I PJJm i 



Fruit Growers' Supplies. 
Graders, Screens, and 
Baskets of Galvanized Wire. 



RISDON 



IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, San Francisco. 

Miiiiul'iicturcrH ut 
(M(u> lulv. p. 6.) MININCi NAC^IIINEKY OF ALL KINDS. 



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Piiolflu (JoiiHt A^tJiitH for 

STEIN WAY PIANOS. 
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llt»t(i|ikiMH .1 S, fruit i^rownr. 

||iil)l»anl A W, fruit grower. 

Ilmitly Amos, fruit ^rowor. 

Ihi^tMny S I', fruit growor. 

.liiniiNoii IhHfto A, (li'iiyuwin. 

.Itilmsou n M, yrapo grower. 

.loliMMou \V N, propr Liitoua Orchard. 

K imhall ( i»'or>;o W, fruit thrower. 

K 11 iv|)atri(-k h.iitit^l, aaloou. 

Klulvi>rt U K, fruit growor. 

Liu'k Miss Katio, ii!.;out I* P Tol CaMo Co. 

l,t'Mlit< Cliarlos W, haihoi". 

l.rw iu^ton MrM S, fruit !j,ro\vor. 

I.ovoll .)»»hn (5, furuituro. 

I <ut/t'll»crgor ('hristiau, aaloou. 

iNK^lJarroy Jaiuos, aaloon. 

MiMvruua I'titor .1, boots and shoos. 

Martin Phillip, fruit grower. 

Nash () K \' (-o (() K Nash, .Joseph V Bur- 
hank ) s^tMUM'al .sti>rt'. 

Now ton (Miarlos L, forwarding agiMit S V Co 
ami fruit gri>wtu\ 

Nt>\vton I'Mwui 10, fruits and ronfoctionory. 

Nowton Hastings ((^harhis L Nowtou and 
lloiuy li Hastings) nu>at nuirkot. 

Nicholson \V 1>. 8urvoyi>r ami fruit gmwer. 

Nutting Mrs S A, fruit grower. 

(huMit^il Hotel. US tM)yon>ft propr. 

r.u itic Postal Tel Cahlo Co, Katio Uvok agt. 

I'aluuM- Im>>s (John J and iJoorgo \i) broom 
nuifrs, 

Tahnor K L, fruit grower and brick nuifr. 

Parsons rhas K, stage propr. 

Pavdding I'Mwin K, physician. 

Peck Heiu'v liardwam 

Pcttygrove H K. prune growor. 

Plcisch rheoiU>re, livery. 

Pit>letti Kugenie. livory. 

Keeil K .M, prune gi\>wer. 

Uichniond l> tit Co (Orson U Uichmoud) 

gtMieral {itonv 
Piver Pvitnk Orehanl Oo. Stephen Pi-islue supt. 
Kv>hinson hmiicl, fruit g»x>wer. • 
l\ot»t \\ K, fnut grv>wer. 
lu>yci\»ft l\ol)ert S, pi\>pr Oriental Hotel. 
Shauahan P N v't Sons, fruit growei"s. 
Shanahaii V H. lawyer, notary aaul fnyt 

gi-v^wer. 

Shasta Co Fruit Oo, S \l Fiisbie mn^;r, fruit 

grv>w©i>9, 
Shoup b\ fruit gj\»w er. 



Nlorrii liiiinbcr Vo^ Frank C Dean 
Mngr. 

Smith Albort F, Hour mill. 

Smith Mrs M K, drtissmaker. 

Smith P(!tor T, fruit grower. 

Smith iV lUulford (Albert Smith, James Bed- 
ford) fruit iii'owers. 

Story I'ldward harnessmaker and constable. 

Si rod Ir^d^'ii i* ■•\ Propr Anderson En- 
terprise and Iveal Estate. 

Tarleton J D, fruit grower. 

Taylor Uichard T, teacher. 

Taylor Thonias (!, fruit grower. 

'I'emple H A, nursery. 

Ulry Jessie, fruit grower. 

V'am urcn M, nuigr for E C Fortier. 

Walker Henry C, restaurant. 

M oils, I'lir^Ko A <\>, J H Beecher 
Agent. 

Western Union T(4 Co, W S Anderson, agt. 
Wilson & Spann (J C Wilson, Mrs Lucy 

Spann) dairy. 
Wood .) F, fruit grower. 
Wright Jeremiah P, general store. 



/\:^l>D:ifM»:^ SI-KLXiSN. Lake 
county, o miles from Miildlett)wn, which is 
tho nearest express and postothee. 

AIM»i:itN0.1i*N YAl.l.KY. Men- 

dooim> county. See JiooneviUe. 



county. Sft J alt ton. 



Sacramento 



A 4ii I . I N I . A .'^ l». A military post 
in bay o( San Francisco, in Marin county. 
Tel., exp., and bank facilities at San Fran- 
cisco. Communication with the city is 
maintained by stcam«r. -which leaves Mission- 
street w harf daily. Mail, daily. 

A:>tJKI/!« tM^il». In Calaveras 
county, L*» miles southeast of San Andivas, 
the county seat, east of Milton, the near- 
est shipping pi»int with which tliere is daily 
stage communicativ>n. Mining is the main 
interest. Population ;V»0. Exp., W. F. 
C\>. Tel., at Murphy's. Mail, daily. Wm. 
Ciwks, postmaster. 
Aivndt \l, dry goods, bot>ts and shoes, 
liecker Ji^lni, luvwery (Alt;iville). 
Hryant Craw foi\l A, car^Hniter. 
Convly James H, carpenter and undertaker. 
Cooley John, slnvmaker. 
C\>sgrvn e iTiarlcs, saloon. 
Craw for\l Mrs J S. givceries and bakery. 
tVooKM M m* Postmaster. 
l>emait«st D l\ foundry (AltariUe). 
Perm Mr and Mi's, hotel (Elkhora Station). 
lV>lling Ottv», pivpr AngePs Hotel. 



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Oldest chartered Commercial 
on the Pacific Coast. 



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Transacts a general hanking business, f 
Capital and Surplus, $l,75U,0O0. J 



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Antioch 131 



Dorrah J E,, physician. 
Kelly W A, physician. 

Lindsay Thomas L, notary public and U S 

commissioner. 
Mountain Echo, Reed & Hutchinson publrs. 
Mayers J B, saloon. 

Prince B R, general store, hotel, and under- 
taker (Altaville). 

Purdy Emery H, millwright. 

Ratz Frederick H, barben 

Reed & Hutchinson, publrs Mountain Echo. 

Rose Warren, meat market. 

Schell Joseph, watchmaker. 

Schlibitz Mrs A, propr Cosgrove Hotel. 

Scril>iiei* JF C, Druggist and Agent W 
F & Co. 

Smith Charles D, dentist. 

Try on C W, livery. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, T C Scribner 
Agent. 



AlVCrWirV. Also known as Howell 
Mountain, was first settled in 1847, and is 
now a pleasant summer resort in Napa coun- 
ty, 26 miles northwest of Napa City, the 
county seat, and 8 north of St. Helena, its 
nearest railroad approach, from which daily 
stages run to this point, fare, |1; and to 
Lidell Springs, 10 miles, fare, $2. Princi- 
pal products, grapes and wine. Population, 
75. Tel., exp., and bank at St. Helena. 
Mail, daily. Edwin Angwin, postmaster. 
Aiken W C, boarding house. 
*Aiigwiii £dwiii, Propr Howell 

Mountain Hotel, and Postmaster. 
Berringer Bros, wine mnfrs. 
Brun & Chaix, wine mnfrs. 
Cutler C H, grape grower. 
Donnell A C, grape grower. 
Hast E, grape grower. 
Hastings Judge, wine mnfr. 
Holihan P H, grape grower. 
Keyes W S, grape grower, 
McQuae Thomas, boarding house. 
Ross Colin, grape grower. 
Smith W A C, grape grower. 
Thomas John, wine mnfr. 
Turner Samuel, grape grower. 
Weigland Henry, grape grower. 
Woodworth W H, grape grower and wine 

mnfr. 



Al^ITA. A flag station on the S. P. 
R. R. (Shasta route) in Butte county, 29 
miles south of Red Blufif, and 2 south of 
Cana, the nearest postoffice. 



ANISETTE. A postoffice in the 
northwest corner of Kern county, 114 miles 
by road northwest of Bakersfield, the county 
seat, 40 miles east of Paso Robles, the bank- 



ing and railroad shipping point. Mail by 
special supply from Cholame, 12 miles thence; 
daily mail stages to San Miguel, Produce, 
wheat and barley. 
Jeiiness A ll^. Postmaster, 
*StiU Edward M. 



Ai\TEI.OI»E. A postoffice in Sacra- 
mento county, on the S. P, R. R,, 14 miles 
northeast of Sacramento, and 104 northeast 
of San Francisco. Principal products, grain 
and fruits, Exp,, W. V. & Co, Tel., at 
Roseville, Bank, at Sacramento. Mail, 
daily. 

Daly & Co, general store. 
Lewis Wm F, blacksmith. 



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A]\^TIIOIVY HOUSE. The post- 

office at a place also called Pleasant Valley, 
is located in Nevada county, 12 miles west 
of Nevada City, the county seat and banking 
point, and 8 northwest of Grass Valley, the 
preferable shipping station. Hay and fruit 
are the chief products. Population, 100. 
Daily mail stages to Smartville and North 
San Juan. Tel, and exp., at French Corral, 
4 miles north. Mail, daily. Mrs. Mary W. 
Glover, postmaster. 
Cole Charles, fruit grower. 
Crowell Rev A D. 
Davey Miss Nellie, dressmaker. 
Davey Wm, fruit grower. 
Edmonds P, fruit grower. 
Olover Mrs Hilary "%V, Postmaster. 
Glover Wm, grocer. 
Huling C, fruit grower. 
Huling Nell, fruit grower. 
Luke Wm, fruit grower. 
Melarkey Miss, teacher. 
Nunney C, fruit grower. 
Piper Mrs, fruit grower. 
Schwartz C, fruit grower. 
Schwartz Theodore, fruit grower. 
Shaw J, fruit grower. 
Wi liams G, fruit grower. 

AIVXIOCH. A pleasant incorporated 
town, located near the head of Suisun bay, 
on San Joaquin river, in Contra Costa county, 
and a station on the S, P, R, R., ')4 miles 
northeast of San Francisco and 1 east of 
Martinez, the county seat and nearest bank- 
ing point. It has a jjopulation of 1 ,000, Con- 
gregational, Advent aud C\atholic churches, g w 
good schools, a paper mill, distillery, aud • g 
coal mine. Products, Avheat, wiue, fruits, o* 
grapes, raisins, potatoes, beef. Tel., W, II. ^ 
Exp., W, F, & Co, Mail, daily. Telephone 



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Francisco, Stage to Somerville, 7i niih 
J. Rio Baker, postmaster. 



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Manufacturers and Dealers 

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WINDOW SHADES. 

MADE TO ORDER IN ANY SIZE OR COLOR. 

W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Abbott Joshua (Rouse, Beede &Co. ) state 
senator. 

Antioch Ledger, Gill & Son proprs, 
*Italf er J Rio, Real Estate, Insurance, 

and Postmaster. 
Belshaw & Co ( J T Belshaw, M W Belshaw) 

dry goods. 
Borosey Nicholas, saloon. 
Bravo Frank, barber. 

California Distilling Co, C Jost & Son proprs. 

Christian P, watchmaker. 

Cleaves Daniel H, propr Palace Hotel. 

Contra Costa Telephone Co, F Rattan agent. 

Cown J W, machinist. 

Dahnken Frederick, saloon. 

De Witt & Rattan (T Byron De Witt, Frank 
Rattan) physicians, druggists, and agents 
WeUs, Fargo & Co. 

El Dorado Hotel, N A Tyler propr. 

Empire C M & R R Co, coal mines. 

George W S, physician. 

Gill & Son, proprs Antioch Ledger. 

Hartley A C, lawyer. 

Homburg Martin, general store. 

Jacobs M H, general store. 

Joslin Silas B, harnessmaker. 

Jost C & Son (C and Wm R Jost) proprs 
California Distilling Co. 

Keeney & Son, paper mnfrs. 

Lawler Rev A S (Catholic). 

Ludinghouse Frederick, blacksmith. 

McCartney David, confectioner. 

Meinken Frederick, saloon. 

Meyer L & Co (Leopold and G Meyer) gen- 
eral store. 

Newman George H, furniture. 

Noakes & Hough (Wm Noakes, Joseph 
Hough) meat market. 

Nolan James, saloon. 

Oviatt Rev T M (Congregational). 

Page S P, saloon. 

Palace Hotel, Daniel H Cleaves propr. 

Parkison M C, druggist. * 

Peterson Nelson, blacksmith. 

Rattan F, agent W U Tel Co and C C Tel Co. 

Remfree Frank, saloon. 

Remfree Wm, saloon. , 

Robinson J, agent S P Co. 

Ross Joseph, grocer. 

Rouse, Beede & Co (J C Rouse, H F Beede, 
J P Abbott) lumber. 



Soiitli British F and ITI Ins Co 

of IV Z, Brown & George Agents. 

Stamm Bros (Louis and I'erdinand) boots 
and shoes. 

Sweeney C A, constable. 

Taylor Joseph, bakery. 

Timm Mrs A E, milliner. 

Timmonds Miss J, milliner. 

Tyler N A, propr El Dorado Hotel. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, De Witt & Rat- 
tan Agents. 

Western Union Tel Ca, F Rattan agent. 

Wightman J D, carpenter. 

Wild Carl, tailor. 

Willis V I, agt P P Mast & Co, agricultural 
implements. 

W^ills D D, justice of the peace. 

Young Rev W R (Advent). 



APM^EGAXE. A postoffice and 
station on the S. P. R. R. , in Placer county, 
10 miles north of Auburn, the county seat, 
and nearest bank location. Tel. and exp. 
at Colfax, 8 miles north. Mail, daily. 
Colburn Frank, lumber mnfr. 
Johanken I, general store. 



APRICOT. A postofl&ce in a farming 
community in Monterey county, about 90 
miles southeast of Salinas, the county seat, 
and 10 north of San Miguel, the nearest rail- 
road, shipping, tel. , exp. and banking point. 
Principal product, grain. Population of the 
vicinity, 150. Tri-weekly mail stages to 
San Miguel, Imusdale and Parkfield. 
*Thomas James, farmer and postmaster. 



UWH MOWERS, mWII SPRIIIKIEIIS, 



APXOS. A coast resort and station on 
the coast division S. P. R. R., in Santa. 
Cruz county, 8 miles east of Santa Cruz, the 
county seat, and 112 south of San Francisco. 
It contains two hotels, a Catholic church, 
and about 200 inhabitants. Lumber is the 
chief shipment. Telephone to surrounding 
points. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. Thomas Leonard, postmaster. 
Arano Joseph, general store and hotel. 
Bettencurt M C, barber. 
Dauntless H C, shoemaker and confectioner. 
Estey Henry, saloon. 

Hilin F* A Co (of Santa Cruz) Proprs. 

Aptos Mill (Valencia). 
Jessen H L, blacksmith and livery. 
Leonard Thomas, postmaster. 
Leonard & Co, general store. 
Melville John, carpenter. . 
Rice D M, constable. 

Rice D M & Son, general store and agents 

Sunset Telephone Co. 
Thurwatcher S, hotel, 

Paoifio Manufacturing Ck>. 
575 Mission St. . San Francisco 



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Wakelee Xhomas 1>, Agent W F 

k Co, W U Tel Co, and S P Co. 
W^lsh P K, saloon. 

^Vells, F'argo & Co, Thomas D Wake- 
lee Agent. 

AQUEIUJCX CIXY. Amador 
county. See Pine Grove. 

AR ABEl^ILiA. A recently established 
postoffice m Lake county, 1.3 miles north of 
Lower Lake, the nearest express office, and 
25 east of Lakeport, the nearest banking 
point. Mail, tri- weekly. 



ARBUCKI^E. A station on the S. P. 
Co. 's Northern R. E,. in Colusa county, 16 
miles south of Colusa, the county seat and 
bank location. It contains 300 inhabitants, 
has Presbyterian and Methodist churches, a 
good schoo], and raises farm produce, wool, 
fruit and stock. Daily mail stages to Col- 
lege City, 4 miles, and Colusa. Fares, 50 cts. 
and .$2. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., VV. U. 
and P. P. Mail, daily. John P. Gale, post- 
master. 

Adams Miss S E, teacher. 
Allen Charles S, saloon. 
American Hotel, W S Ferguson 
Propr. 

Arbuckle Brass Band, J C Ward leader. 
Arbuckle Theodore, contractor. 
Argyle John F, lumber and lime. 
Atram Alexander, blacksmith. 
Bailey Wm H, lodging house. 
Colusa and Arbuckle Stage Line, P Hannum 
propr. 

Commercial Iii$$iti*aiice 
Cal, J F Argyle Agent. 

Dinwiddle John F, restaurant. 

Dolbow Wm. carpenter. 

Duffield Wm H, general store, agent 
Tel Cable Co. 

Ferguson W S, Propr American Hotel. 

Gale John P, physician and postmaster. 

Gay Walter L, prin public school. 

Glover Fred R, agent S P Co, W F & Co, 
and W U Tel Co. 

Goehringer Mrs Frederick, notions. 

Hannum Perry, general store. 

House worth Col E, druggist, agent Sunset 
Tel Co. 

Howell John W, saloon. 

Howell & Lucas (John P Howell, James B 
Lucas) saloon. 

Howell's Hall, J W Howell propr. 

IIiiel>ner Carl, House, Sign and Car- 
riage Painter. 

Johnson Lannes 0, blacksmith. 

Jones John H, carpenter. 

Kline Charles W, harnessmaker. 



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Knoble KrankV, shoemaker. 
Knoble Mrs Mary, bakery. 
Kraft Bros (Henry and Julius) varieties and 
tinsmiths. 

Levy, Seaton & Co (Morris and David Levy, 
Hugh H Seaton, George Arcan) general 
store. 

Smith Wm H, barber. 

Sublett Wm A, watchmaker. 

Sutton Wm, livery. 

Tourte Wm, blacksmith. 

Vaughan Cornelius L X, lawyer. 

Ward John C, carpenter and constable. 

"Wells, Farg-o Co, Frederick R 

Glover Agent. 
West Charles E, grain buyer. 



ARCADE. A flag station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Sacramento county, 8 miles north- 
east of Sacramento. No postoffice. 



ARCADHA. A station on the South- 
em Cal. R. R., in Los Angeles county, 17 
miles from Los Angeles, the county seat. 
There are mines in the vicinity, and a brick- 
yard in the town. Fruits are the principal 
nroduct. Monrovia is the nearest banking 
point. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Telephone connection, to all prin- 
cipal points in Los Angeles county. Mail, 
daily. D. Lee Requa, postmaster, 
Baldwin E J, brick mnfr and nursery. 
Delude & Smith, proprs Bonita Hotel. 
Southern California Floral Co, nursery. 
Taylor M C, agent W F & Co, and W U 

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rated Feb. 2, 1852, is located on the north- 
ern extremity of Humboldt bay, in Hum- 
boldt county, 6 miles by water, and 12 by 
rail, north of Eureka, the county seat. It 
is a station on the Areata and Mad River 
R. R., is prosperous and rapidly increasing 
in population, being the second in impor- 
tance in the -county. The population is 1 200; 
the schools, of which there are 5, having a 
teacher for each, and an attendance of 250. 
It contains 4 churched, Presbyterian, Meth- 
odist, Catholic and Adventist; a library of 
900 volumes, a fire department, water works, 
gas works; a bank, capital S40,CKH); a good 
newspaper, the Areata Union, pul)lished 
every Saturday; lodges of Masons, Odd Fel- 
lows, K. of P,, A. 0. U. W., S. of T., G. 
A. R., Chosen Friends, etc. The city has 
no bonded indebtedness, and the assessed 
value oi real and personal property is ^07,- 
000. The buildings of note besides the 
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MANTELS, CRATES, TILES, 

Fire Place Furniture, Decorative Goods, Brass and 
Bronze, Wrougfht Steel Hotel Ranges, 
Complete Outfit for Kitchens. 

309, 311, 313, 315, 317 Market St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

road depot, Marsh House, Excelsior Hall, and 
the Areata and Union Hotels. An immense 
quantity of lumber is shipped from the 
wharf here, which belongs to the railroad 
company, 1^ miles in length, thus giving the 
railroad a deep water terminus. The ship- 
ments comprise redwood and pine lumber, 
shingles, potatoes, oats and barley. Steam- 
boat daily to Eureka. Telephone, to sur- 
rounding points, ^tages daily, to Eureka 
SOcts., and Trinidad ^2. Tel., VV. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Jasper N. Da- 
vies, postmaster. 

Areata and Mad River E. R Co, Frank Kor- 
bel pres, Joseph Korbel sec. 

Areata Free Library, Richard Ericson libra- 
rian. 

Areata Mill and Lumber Co, N H Falk pres, 

P A Gaynor sec, lumber mnfrs. 
Areata Uiiion, Wiley & Co Proprs. 
Areata Water Works, Mrs Florence Yokum 

propr. 
Ayres L L, livery. 

Baker, Nye & Co, (James S Baker, Felix P 
Nye, Richard M Fernald) general store. 

Bangs Fred H, physician. 

Bank of Areata, Thomas Bair pres, Wesley 
W Stone cashier. 

Bauman John, blacksmith. 

Beers Isaac, carpenter, 

Brizard Alexander, general store. 

Bull John C Jr, meat market. 

Burns Robert, real estate. 

Burrell Charles, real estate and agent W F 
& Co. 

Carlson John A, saloon. 

Chandler & Sherburne (Edward A Chandler, 
James B Sherburne) billiard saloon. 

Commercial Iii!i»iiraiice Co of* 
Cal, J N Davies agent. 

Crawford John E, general store. 

Cutler May, teacher. 

Daniels Charles S, furniture. 

Davies Jasper N, postmaster. 

Dean Theodore, carpenter. 

Deming Bj^ron, machinist. 

Deming Franklin D, music teacher. 

Devlin Thomas, tannery. 

Ericson Richard, varieties. 

Fetterly Daniel, shingle mnfr. 

Flaherty John, liverv. 



Force Levi, physician. 

Garcelon Alexander G, propr Eureka stage 
line. 

Greenwald Julius, general store. 

Hadley J L, teacher. 

Hall Shephard, carpenter. 

Harpist Oeorge "W, Propr Pioneer 
Livery and Feed Stable, SE cor Plaza. 
{See p. 135. ) 

Harpst & Spring (John Harpst, Obadiah H 
Spring) general store and shingle mill. 

Hopkini^ Oeorg-e W, Notary Public 
and Lawyer. 

Jones A W, teacher. 

Kuntz Mrs Anna, confectionery. 

Kuntz Henry, carpenter. 

Levy Joseph, men's furnishing goods. 

Manning James, harnessmaker. 

Marsh House, Henry P Scott propr. 

Mays Arthur H, physician. 

Menefee Peter M, physician. 

Minor Isaac, lumber mnfr. 

Mullin Eugene J, jeweler. 

Nowak Jacob, bakery. 

Nugent Rev Thomas (Catholic). 

Odenheimer Wm, boots and shoes. 

Orman Henry, carpenter. 

Orman Henry Jr, city assessor. 

Pardee Cordon L, city clerk. 

Pardee & Knight (Cordon L Pardee, Thomas 
Knight) saloon. 

Pinkham Walter H, saloon. 

Pioneer Hall, Mrs Margaret Richert propr. 

Pioneer I^ivery and I'"'eecl Sta- 
blest, G W Harpst Propr, SE cor Plaza. 
{Seep. 135.) 

Porter Addison, blacksmith. 

Poiileiir jr IS Co (Julius B Pou- 
leur) Dealers in Hardware, Stoves, Ran- 
ges, Steam and Water Fittings, Household 
Goods, etc. S s Plaza. {Seep. 135.) 

Ray Charles B, dentist. 

Richard Charles C, saloon. 

Richert Mrs Margaret, saloon. 

Rickart, Averell & Co (E L Rickart, G W 
Averell, E B Jackson) general store. 

Rol>erts Robert, P opr Union Hotel. 

Ryden J A, tailor. 

Schorlig L E, notions. 

Scott Henry P, propr Marsh House. 

Smith Charles, dry goods. 

Smith Charles R, blacksmith. 

Sowash David H, harnessmaker and city 
recorder. 

Stearns & Clanton (G A Steams, Samuel 

Clanton) painters. 
Steele Mrs Maria, milliner. 
Tilley & Simmons (George H Tilley, Wm A 

Simmons) drugs. 
Todd Rev James S (Presbyterian). 
Tracy J T, brick mnfr. 



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''STENOGRAPH" SHORTHAND MACHINE. 

G. & WICKSON & CO., 3-5 Front St., S. F., and 346 N. Main St., Los Angeles. 



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Truesdell Clifford A, justice of peace. 
Truesdell & Co (Clifford A Truesdell) grocers. 
Tuttle Rev F L (Methodist). 
Union Hotel, Robert Roberts, Propr. 
Union Water Works, Julius B Pouleur sec. 
"Wells, Fargo & Co, Charles Burrell 
Agent. 

Wiley & Co (Austin Wiley, E N Borg) 

Proprs Areata Union. 
Wood r. K & Co (Lewis K Wood, 

Wm Sammons) Books and Stationery. 
Xiques Frank M, barber and town marshal. 
Young J W, prin public schools. 
Zaruba Vencel, supt and agt A & M R R R. 



ARCH BEACH. A postoffice on 
the Pacific Ocean, in Orange county, 24 
miles south of Santa Ana, the county seat 
and banking point, and 9 southwest of El 
Toro, the nearest railroad, shipping, tel. and 
exp. station. Principal products, vegetables 
and fruit. Population, 42. Mail, by special 
supply from El Toro, to which place stages 
run. 

Brooks Wm H, blacksmith. 
GoffH S, hotel. 

Ohlenhousen Charles, restaurant. 
Rosengranz C, livery and stage propr. 
'^Scltkonoda.n Wm, Grocer and Post- 
master. 
Spencer J V, hotel. 
Stocking Charles carpenter. 
Thrall Lorine, livery and stage propr. 



ARE:%'A. a flag station on the S. P. 
R. R. , in Merced county, 2\ miles southeast 
of Livingston, the nearest postoffice. 



AR^IOrVA. A station on the Goshen 
br. S. P. R. R. , in Tulare county, 25 miles 
west of Visalia, the county seat. The sur- 
rounding country is of the very best fruit and 
alfalfa land. It is specially excellent for 
raisins. The nearest bank, telegraph and 
express at Hanford, 4 miles east. Telephone 
to principal points in the county. Mail, 
daily. M. A. Harding, postmaster. 
Camp G W, nursery and apiarist. 
Devoe C W, fruit grower. 
Dunham L C, teacher. 
Gibson E J, teacher. 
Giddings E, wool grower. 
^Griddings E Ins Agent and Asst P M 
Harding' A, Fruit Grower and P M. 
Ross S G & Co, gram and warehouse. 
Schwartz & Nathan, grain and warehouse. 
Thyarck George, raisin grower. 
Urton John, civil engineer. 
Walker S, warehouse. 
W^arswick John, fruit grower. 
Yoakum Wm, capitalist. 
Young Samuel, blacksmith. 



AR:fIY I»OI3fX. A flag station on 
the S. P. R. R., in Solano county, 2 miles 
north of Benicia, the nearest postoffice. 



AR,]\0. Formerly called Hicksville, a 
postoffice at McConnell's, a station on the 
S, P. R. R., in Sacramento county, 19 miles 
south of Sacramento, and 8 north of Gait, 
the nearest exp. and tel. office. Nearest 
bank at Sacramento. Mail, daOy. Sylves- 
ter D. Johnson, postmaster. 
Hansen H C, blacksmith. 
Johnson Mrs, hotel. 



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PROPRIETOR OF THE 

PIONEER 

LIVED!, FEEO M SULE STI181E, 

Horses Boarded by the Day, Week, or IVIonth. 

J. B. POULEUR & CO. 

Dealers in Stoves and Ranges, Metals, Pumps, Pipes, Rubber Hose, Steam and 
Water Fittings, Household Goods, Etc., Etc. Manufacturers of 
all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. 

SATISFACTION OUARANTEED. ARCATA, CAL 




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Southern California. Send for <'alaIo$!:ue. 
Address, Ityron <K <'lark, Manager, Hox 38t). 
(See adv. opp. Nurseries.) / PASADENA, CAL. 



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THEFIREMimSFUNDIIIUO. 

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ARROW HKA1> 2§l>RirVON. 

The location of the hot springs in San Ber- 
nardino county, 7 miles north of San Ber- 
nardino, the county seat, shipping, tel. , exp. , 
and banking point. Telephone communica- 
tion with San Bernardino, Riverside, Los 
Angeles and intermediate points. Mail, 
daily. 

Arrow Head Hot Springs Co Hotel. 
Tisdale Win Mngr Arrow Head 
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ARROYO ORA]ir]>i:. A thriving 
town in San Luis Obispo county, on the line 
of the Pacific Coast Railway, 259 miles south- 
east of San Francisco and 15 southeast of 
San Luis Obispo, the county seat. It is de- 
lightfully situated in the valley of the same 
name, and is only 3 miles from the ocean 
and the famous Pismo beach, where there is 
a wharf and ample shipping facilities. The 
town was settled in 1868, and has a popula- 
tion of 500. It contains an excellent public 
school, with 4 teachers and 208 pupils, Cum- 
berland, Presbyterian, . Methodist, Catholic 
and Advent churches. The fraternal societies 
are largely represented, and there is also a 
local agricultural society that holds annual 
fairs, for the accommodation of which a fine 
pavilion, 40 by 114, has been built. The 
principal shipments are beans, potatoes, bar- 
ley, vegetables, fruit, wood and asphaltum. 
The land in this vicinity is unexcelled by 
any other locality in the world for pro- 
ductiveness, being a rich adobe sediment 
in the valley and a sandy loam on the hills 
In competition with the whole United 
States, this valley secured the highest prizes 
offered by the Philadelphia seedmen for 
the largest beet, mangel and onion; the 
latter weighing seven pounds and measuring 
26 mches in circumference. The minerals 
m this vicinity are specially valuably the 
prmcipal ones being chalk rock, building 
stone, bituminous rock, onyx and asphaltum. 
The celebrated Newsom Springs are only 2 
miles east of the town, with their health-giv- 
ing waters bubling up from the earth with a' 
temperature of 100°, a certain specific for 
most of the ills of man. The Arroyo Grande 
stream flows through the valley and town 



with a fall that could be utilized for mill or 
factory purposes every half mile. Besides 
several fine merchandise stores the town 
supports a well conducted independent news- 
paper, the Arroyo Grande Herald. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily, A. 
Phillips, postmaster. 

Aroii & Alexander (Isidor Aron, 
Siegfried Alexander) General Store, 

Arroyo Orande Herald, Stephen 
Clevenger Editor and Propr. 

Balaam George Jr, livery. 

Barnes Miss Laura, teacher. 

Beckett •folin F, Real Estate and 
nursery. [Seep. 137.) 

Bo swell Mrs, propr laundry. 

Branch Bros, flour mill. 

Branch J Frederick, stock raiser. 

Carman Wm P, drugs, books, etc. 

Clark Charles S, physician. 

Cleveng-er Stephen, Editor and 
Propr Arroyo Grande Herald. 

Cook Bros ( Wm F and Robert M) stoves and 
tinware. 

Dalessi Antonio, saloon. 

Davison Gustavus A, wagonmaker. 

Dinsmore Pliny E, shoemaker. 

Donovan P, dairy. 

Eubanks Joe F, blacksmith. 

Findley W H, fruit grower. 

Harloe M, dairy. 

Hasbrouck A B, dairy. 

Hecht Danuel, general store. 

Jersey Rich M, undertaker and carpenter. 

Keller Frederick, flour mill. 

Klatt Albert, agent Pacific Coast R R and 
Oregon Improvement Co. 

Knight Jerry, restaurant and bakery. 

Laurence L A, carpenter. 

Leedham E, fruit grower. 

Leedham J B, jeweler and photographer. 

Lennon Miss Lida, teacher. 

Manning Patrick J, saloon. 

Maxfield & Bishop (Miss Ella J Maxfield, 
AdaB Bishop) dressmakers. 

Mudd Samuel J, real estate and produce. 

Miiir .Teremiah I", Propr Ryan's Ho- 
tel. 

Newsom ]>avid F, Propr Newsom's 
Arroyo Grande Warm Springs, 2 miles 
east. [Seep. 137.) 

IVewsom's Arroyo Orande 
Warm Spring's, David F ISTewsom 
Propr, 2 miles east. [Seep. 137.) 

Olohan Peter, saloon. 

Oregon Improvement Co, Albert Klatt agent, 

warehouse and lumber. 
Paiva Alvas S, barber. 
Parson Austin F, prin public school. 
Paulding Edward L, physician. 
Paulding Mrs E L, teacher. 



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Paulding Wm B, drugs, books, etc. 

Pence Omer M, lawyer and notary. 

Peterson Andrew H, blacksmith. 

Phillips Adolph, postmaster. 

Phillips Bros & Co (Louis and Adolph Phil- 
lips, Adolf Brieger) general store, agents 
W F & Co. 

Porter Arza, stock raiser and fruit grower. 

Price Wm & Edward, dairy. 

Rice C A, stock raiser. 

Richards Joseph T, groceries, boots and shoes 

Robinson Thomas, carpenter. 

Rodriguez & Elston (Joseph Rodriguez, J B 

Elston) meat market. 
Rose Newton H, wagonmaker. 
Ryan's Hotel, Jeremiah F Muir Propr. 
Shafer & Whiteley (Charles Shafer, Thomas 

Whitfeley Jr) painters. 
Steele Thomas, dairy. 
Steele & Bossee, dairy. 

Swall & Rice (M R Swall, Coffe A Rice) 
meat market. 

Swigart & Fowler (Frank W Swigart, Al- 
bert Fowler) real estate. 

Terry J oseph A, propr Union Hotel. 



Thatcher Wm, hardware. 

Trussel James, livery. 

Turner Chauncey L, harnessmaker. 

Union Hotel, Joseph A Terry propr. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, Phillips Bros & 

Co Agents. 
Whittemore Amos C, draymen. 
Whittenberg N M, dairy. 
Wood Randolph H, asst postmaster. 



ARXESIA. A postoffice in Los An- 
geles county, 3 miles south of Norwalk, its 
shipping point, and nearest tel. and exp. 
offices. Bank at Downey. Mail, daily. 
Deering R S, general store. 



ASH VAI.I.EY. 

Ashton. 



ASHXON. A postoffice on Ash creek 
in Lassen county, about 70 miles north of 
Susanville, the county seat, and 20 southeast 
of Adin, the nearest exp., tel. and general 
business point. Stock raising is the principal 
industry. Mail, by special supply from 



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ONE THOUSAND TOWN LOTS AND SMALL TRACTS, 

In the Beautiful and Thriving Town of Arroyo Grande. 

Also, Farms, Orchards, Dairies, Quarries of Fine Building Stone, and Mines. 
In fact anything you want. 



Correspondence solicited. 



J. F. BECKETT, Manager, 

Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo Co., Cal. 
Office adjoining Railway Depot. 



Arroyo Grande Warm Springs, 

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. 
Located fourteen miles south of San Luis Obispo, an easy drive from Nipomo, within two miles of the raih-oad at 
Arroyo Grande, cars making connection twice a day, each way. Stage at depot. 

A MOST PERFECT WINTER RESORT. 
Having a warm, even temperatinre the year round. The waters of the several springs are a specific for piles, rheuma- 
tism, nasal catarrh, neuralgia, liver and kidney complaints, scrofula, diseases of the stomach, ilropsy, female 
complaints, etc. 

ANALYSIS OF THE WATER OF NEWSOM S WARM SPRINGS. 



Silica 2.30 

Sodium Chloride 4.16 

Sodium Sulphate 4.06 

Potassium Sulphate 2.99 

Calcium Sulphate 64 

Calcium Carbonate 10.62 



Magnesium CarlxHiate 6.61 

Ferrous Carbonate 4 15 

Ahunina 03 

Organic Matter 52 

Sulphate Magnesia 3.08 



Total 39.16 

12.13 cubic inches free carbonic acid per gallon. 3.72 inches sulphuric hydrogen per gallon; temperature 

of spring water 100" Fahr. 

The ocean beach, which affords one of the finest drives in the State, aiul where surf -bathing, claiuniing and 
fishing are always in order, is within an easy drive of the springs. No summer, no winter, si)ring and fall boing the 
only seasons. Villa lots to lease. Neat and comfortable furnished cottages to let. 

D. F. NEWSOM. Proprietor. 

Family board— single meals, 25 cents. Baths, 25 cents. Free camping. 

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Adin. Population of the vicinity, 44. 

J. Bath, postmaster. 

*I5atIi. BeMjamiii, Stock Kaiser. 

Bath John F, stock raiser. 

Bertune J, watchmaker. 

Fusthone J H, stock raiser. 

Geary G, stock raiser. 

Holbrook J, stock raiser. 

Lapoint G, stock raiser. 

Spoonour M E, stock raiser. 

Williams H, news agent. 



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ASXI. A station and postoffice on the 
S. F. «fe N. P. R. R., in Sonoma county, 4 
miles south of Cloverdale. 



ATHI^OTVE. A postoffice and station 
on the S. P. E. R. , in Merced county, 10 
miles southeast of Merced, the county seat 
and banking point. Wheat is the chief 
product of the vicinity. Population, .50. 
Daily mail stage to Plain sburg, 4 miles north, 
fare 50 cts. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Mail, daily. R. F. Bartlett, postmaster. 
Bartlett R *% Propr Merced Grangers' 

Warehouse and Postmaster. 
Bowden W H, hotel. 
Howell Benjamin, stage propr. 
Slaugh J G, agt W F & Co, W U Tel Co and 

S P Co. 



ATI. AIVXA. A postoffice in San Joa- 
quin county, 17 miles southeast of Stockton, 
the county seat and banking point, and 8 
north of Ripon, the nearest express office. 
Minor J C, blacksmith. 
Murphy J D, general store. 

ATWA.XER. A postoffice on the S. 
P. R. R. , in Merced county, 7 miles north- 
west of Merced, the county seat. Shipments, 
wheat, rye and barley. Tel., exp. and bank 
at Merced. Mail, daily. 
Mitchell J W, warehouse. 



AUBERRY. A country postoffice in 
Fresno county, 37 mdes via Hampton ville, 
northeast of Fresno, the county seat. Hogs, 
cattle, horses, grain and fruit are shipped. 
Tel. , exp. and banking facilities at Fresno. 
Mail, weekly. 



AUBURN. The county seat of Placer 
county, was first settled as a mining camp in 
1849; later was incorporated; afterward dis- 
incorporated, and more recently reincor- 
porated. It is a very interesting place as 
representative of the early gold mining of 
California. The old mines were nearly all 
located in the ravine throngh which runs 
what is called Auburn Ravine creek, conse- 
quently business sprang up in that locality, 
and has ever since been maintained there. 
It now has a population of about 1,800 
inhabitants. It is 126 miles northeast of 
San Francisco, and 36 northeast of Sacra- 
mento. The depot is about f mile dis- 
tant, close to which the leading hotels are 
located at an elevation of some 1,200 
feet above sea level. Its principal build- 
ings are the court-house, jail, county hos- 
pital, public school, normal college, Put- 
nam House, Freeman's Hotel and Arlington 
Hotel. The churches sustained are Catholic, 
Methodist, Congregational and Episcopalian. 
The public school has 5 teachers, 250 scholars, 
and a library of 400 volumes. A new system 
of water works, with a pressure of 350 feet 
in the business part of the town, is in opera- 
tion, which affords, together with the 2 hose 
companies, excellent protection against fire. 
Two banks do business here, and 3 news- 
papers are published, the Placer County Re- 
publican, the Placer Count;/ Herald, and the 
Placer Argus. Several gold mines in the 
vicinity are worked, and limestone of good 
quality is burned at the kilns 4 miles east, 
and shipped from this point. Daily stages 
to Placerville, |3.50; Georgetown, .$3; Colo- 
ma, S2.50; Greenwood, S2; and Pilot Hill; 
also to Forest Hill and Michigan Bluff daily, 
fares, .^3 and $4. Fruits and vegetables are 
the principal products. Tel.,W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Berry Mitchell, 
postmaster. 

Adams F" 1> Co (Frank D Adams, 
M M Murphy, Ben P Taylor) Real Estate, 
Searchers of Records and Mining Brokers. 

Adams John, county recorder. 

Alexander & Son (Abraham and A E) dry 



Allen & Sandhofer (George Allen, Joseph 

Sandhofer) blacksmiths. 
Allen & Waugh (Erskine Allen, Robert 

Waugh) proprs Auburn Hotel. 
Ambrose Mrs J C, confectionery. 
American Hotel, George W McCreedy propr. 
Arliitg-ton Hotel, N B Mikesell Propr. 
Arthur Wm R, grocer. 
Auburn Hotel, Allen & Waugh proprs. 
Auburn Public Library, Mrs A M Pettingill, 

B A: H Electi-ic Co (Bell & Hill). 



C. L. DINGLEY & CO. 

29 Steuart Street, San Francisco. 



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Capital and Surplus, $1,750,000, 

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Barnett & Smith (M T Barnett, J C Smith) 
grocers. 

Bell & Hill (F H BeU, G M HiU) 

Proprs B & H Electric Co. 
Bernhard Henry, general store. 
Betton Simon, saloon. 

Bisbee J G & Son (John G and "Wm M) 

blacksmiths. 
Boardman Arthur F, nursery, 
Bryant G S, saloon. 
Brye Frederick, meat market. 
Burns R F, county supt schools. 
Burt & Locher (Samuel B Burt, Francis J 

Locher) grocers. 
Butler John, sheriff. 
Cain Thomas J, saloon. 
Chamberlain L L, lawyer and notary. 
Chisholm Rev John (Methodist), 
CoiTman Bros (P H and A B) Lawyers 

and Abstraf t of Titles. 
Coker &: ]flcElwee (Gould C Coker, 

Wm McElwee) Furniture, Carpets, Wall 

Paper, and Undertakers. 



Commercial InLSnramce Co of 
Cal, D W Lubeck Agent. 

Cook Rev C H (Congregational). 

Crosby Charles C, livery. 

Curley & Mahon (Mrs Curley, James Mahon) 
saloon. 

Davis John, carpenter. 

Duim James W, saloon. 

Biiun. & I*ray (Russell L Dunn, Rich- 
ard I Pray) Civil and Mining Engineers 
and Real Estate. 

Edwards Mrs J W, propr Putnam House. 

Empire Hotel, H Hughson propr. 

Fick Henry L, constable. 

Fisher & Solomon (Newman Fisher, Joseph 
Solomon) dry goods. 

Folsom Francis J, furniture. 

Freeman W A, Propr Freeman's Hotel. 

• {See2). 139.) 

Freeman's Hotel,W A Freeman Propr 

[See p. 139.) 
Fulton Jonathan, shoemaker and justice of 

the peace. 



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W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Fulweiler John M, lawyer and notary. 
Gova Frank, blacksmith. 
Graham Wm S, county surv^eyor. 
Hale & Crai^ (J E Hale, E L Craig) lawyers. 
Hamilton Jo, lawyer. 
Hawver J C, Dentist. 
Hellwig Charles J, harnessmaker. 
Hidden Treasure G M Co, Harold T Powers 
supt. 

Hofifman Charles F, supt Red Point G M Co. 

Holle Mrs E T, bakery. 

IIolleiil>eek O "W, Banker, Jeweler 
and Agent W F & Co. 

Houchin Wm H, livery. 

Hudgin Edward L, drugs. 

Hughson H, propr Empire Hotel. 

Jacobs J M, county treasurer and photog- 
rapher. 

Johnson & Rittinger (Conrad Johnson, 
Jacob H Rittinger) proprs Auburn Soda 
Works. 

Keehner George A, saloon. 

Kenison Albert W, saloon. 

Kinkdale John T, lawyer. 

Kirby Daniel, blacksmith, 

Kozminsky Samuel, dry goods. 

I^anyon If yron. Watchmaker and Jew- 
eler. 

Lardner W B, lawyer and notary, 
Lawrence George C, barber. 
Leak James H, grocer. 

t<ee & Watters (Robert Lee, James 

Watters) Saloon. 
Lininger M D, carpenter. 
Lubeck David W, insurance. 
Lyman C C, confectionery. 
I^ymau Walter, Dry Goods. 
McClellen Mrs S E, dressmaker. 
McCreedy George W, propr American Hotel. 
McGuire Wm B, saloon. 
McKinley Archibald, county assessor. 
McMahon Thomas, propr Orleans Hotel. 
McLennan Malcolm C, dry goods. 
Macombe George B, hardware. 
Mallory Ogden, harnessmaker. 
Marana Henry, gunsmith. 
Martin Peter D, barber. 
Mayflower Gold Mining Co. 
Merrow Wm C, blacksmith. 
J^Iikesell I>f B, Propr Arlington Hotel. 
Mitchell Berry, postmaster. 



MoUett John, propr toll road. 

Morgan George J, grocer. 

Morning Star G M Co. 

Morris Joseph, dry goods. 

Mountain Gate G M Co. 

Myers Benjamin F, superior judge. 

Neft" J H, supt Pioneer G M Co. 

Nesenhoener Henry A, cigar mnfr. 

Noe George T, druggist. 

OflFenbach Abraham L, tailor. 

Orleans Hotel, Thomas McMahon propr. 

Paiver D ivis, barber. 

Paragon G M Co. 

Peterson James, saloon. 

Pettingill A M, bakery. 

Pierce Miss M W, milliner. 

Pillsbury Mrs Harriet K, physician. 

Pillsbury H H, physician. 

Pioneer G M Co, J H Netf supt. 

nacerArgiis, Richmond &GibbsPublrs 

{Seep. 139.) 
Placer County Bank (capital, $100,000) N. 

D Rideout pres, T J Nichols cashier. 
Placer Herald, Seavey & Dickerson proprs. 
Placer Republican, James Tufts propr. 
Powers Harold T, supt Hidden Treasure G 

MCo. 

Predom Moses, blacksmith. 

Prewett JT E (Wallace & Prewett) No- 
tary Public. 

Pullen Sam J, county supervisor. 

Putnam House, Mrs J W Edwards propr. 

Quire Joseph S, county clerk. 

Red Point G M Co, Charles F Hoffman supt. 

Riclimond & CJibbs (H H Richmond, 
A D Gibbs) Publrs Placer Argus. [See p. 
139.) 

Rollins J L, physician. 

Rooney Dr R F, county coroner. 

Seavey & Dickerson (0 F Seavey, W H Dick- 
erson) proprs Placer Herald. 

Shurtleff Rev J T (Episcopal). 

Siefert Albert, meat market. 

Sierra Normal College and Business Institute, 
M W Ward pres. 

Skinner Miss Mary E, teacher. 

Slade Charles H, livery. 

Smith & Van Auken (Mrs Ray Smith and 
Mrs Lora Van Auken, dressmakers. 

Somers Miss Carrie, teacher. 

Noiitli Uritisli F 4& M Ini^iiraiice 
Co of IV Z, J H Wills Agent. 

Spear David W, lawyer. 

Steffen Charles, meat market. 

Stephens Thomas E, general store. 

Stevens Soloii Drugs and Agent 
W U Tel Co. 

Todd Thomas M, physician, ' 

Tormey Rev Father (Roman Catholic). 

Towle Bros & Co (Allen and George W 
Towle, J L Gould) lumber. 



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575 Mission Street, San Francisco. 



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Organized 1794. 
Assets, $6,142,434.49. 



BELDEN & COFRAN, 

Managers Pacific Dept. 

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Tufts James, propr Placer Republican. 
Tuttle Ferderick P; district attorney. 
Twiefel Herman, saloon. 
Wallace & I»i-ewett (W C Wallace 

and J E Prewett) Lawyers. 
Walsh James, shoemaker. 
Ward M W, pres Sierra Normal College 

and Business In-titute. 
Warmington Joseph, grocer. 
Warner & Graham (L F Warner and Wm 

S Graham) surveyors. 
Weber Julius, propr Auburn Brewery. 
Weber Paul B, saloon. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, W HoUenbeck 
Agent. 

Western Union Tel Co, Solon M Stevens agent. 
White John M, hardware. 
Willment Mrs George, agt S P Co. 
WiUs & Mitchell (J H Wills and Berry Mit- 
chell) book and news depot. 
Woodard J C, carpenter. 
Worsley John, shoemaker. 
Wright E T, real estate. 



AURAj^T. a flag station on the S. 
P. E,. R. , 3 miles east of Los Angeles. No 
postoffice. 



AUSXII^. Sonoma county. See Caza- 
dero. 



AVAIL^OIV. A postoffice on Santa Cata- 
lina Island, in Los Angeles county, 28 miles 
south of San Pedro, the nearest exp. and tel. 
office. It is a pleasant summer resort, there 
being good facilities for bathing, boating and 
fishing; also, good hunting in the mountains. 
On the islands are mines of gold, silver and 
copper, owned by the International Mining 
Co. Sheep-raising is the principal industry 
carried on at present. Goods for Avalon 
should be shipped via San Pedro. Harry M. 
A Elms, postmaster. 
Bishop Dr A T, druggist and grocer. 
Elms Harry ]fl A, Notions, Station- 
ery, Sporting Goods and Postmaster. 
Hunt & Hargitt, notions and news depot. 
International Mining Co, mine proprs and 
hotel. 

Ramsey George, barber. 

Uzzell Rev J E (Congregational). 

Wheeler Alonzo, baker and grocer. 

* Whitney E J, mngr Santa Catalina Island. 



AVENAILr. A country postoffice, situ- 
ated between the Santa Lucia and La Panza 
mountains, in San Luis Obispo county, 44 
miles east of San Luis Obispo, the county 
seat and banking point. Stock raising and 
farming are carried on. Land about $10 an 
acre. Railroad shipping point, Santa Mar- 



garita. Mail, weekly. Charles B. Fenn, 
postmaster. 

Adams J W, stock raiser. 
Cotter Luis, constable. 
Craghill Edward, dairy. 
Epperley H, gold and coal mine. 
Epperley John, dairy. 
Hathaway Byron, stock raiser. 
McLaughlin D, fruit grower. 
Sprag'iie JT M, Blacksmith. 



AVERY. The postoffice at a place 
sometimes called Half Way House is located 
on the line of survey of the S. J. & S. N. R. 
R. , in Calaveras county, 23 miles east of San 
Andreas, the county seat, and 35 northeast 
of Milton, the nearest shipping point Near- 
est bank at Stockton. Tel. and exp., and 
telephone to Murphy's, 8 miles southwest. 
Shipments, hay, potatoes, fruit and vegeta- 
tables. Population, 40. Daily stage. Fares, 
Big Trees, $1; Murphy's, $1; Milton, $5. 
Mail, daily. George J. Avery, postmaster. 



^Avery Oeorge JF, Hotel and Li^ 

General Store and Postmaster. 
Avery H J, sewing machine agent. 
Holland Miss Emma, teacher. 
McKay Bros, lumber mnfrs. 
Manuel John, lumber mnfr. 
Matteson T E, stage propr. 
Thornton J E, blacksmith. 
Union Water Co, D B Driver agent. 
White H E, saloon. 



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AVON. A recently established post- 
office in Butte county, 9 miles by stage west 
of Oroville, the county seat, and about the 
same distance north of Biggs. Tliese are 
the nearest express, telegraph, banking and 
shipping points. Mail, daily, W. A. Ship- 
pee, postmaster. 



AVON. A flag station on the S. P. 
Railroad, in Contra Costa county, 3 miles 
south-east of Martinez, the nearest mail 
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AZUSA. Located in 1860, on the San 
Gabriel river, in Los Angeles county. It is a 
station on the Southern Cal., R.R. 20 miles cast 
of Los Angeles, the county seat. It contains 
Baptists, Christian, Dunkard, Episcopal and 
Methodist churclies; good schools, and 3r)0 
inhabitants. Oranges, peaches, grapes, grain 
and hay are the principal shipments. Near- 
est bank at Monrovia, 7 miles west. Gold 
and silver mines in the vicinity. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone to Los An- 
geles. Mail, daily. Durward C. Clapp. 
postmaster. 

Aikman W, harneasmaker. 



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STOVES, RANGES, METALS, IRON PIPE, 

CORRUCATED IRON FOR ROOFING AND SIDING. 

309, 311, 313, 315, 317 j 123 and 124 

Market Street, N. Los Angeles St., 

San Francisco, Cal. | Los Angeles, Cal. 

Andrews John, saloon. 

Azusa Hotel, I) A Shaw propr. 

Azusa IS'ews, Mrs George Bentley publr. 

Azusa Pomo-Tropic, Jeffrey Bros publrs. 

Baldridge J, fruit grower. 

Baldwin E J, wool grower. 

BauQin Samuel, architect. 

Beardslee J, fruit grower. 

Bouldin T C, justice of peace and barber. 

Brown Miss, teacher. 

Burt M & Co, meat market. 

Cain C V, books and stationery. 

Clapp Durward C, postmaster. 

Darling J H, grocer. 

Devoin S F, druggist. 

Evans J & Bro, plasterers. 

Forbes Wm, stock raiser. 

Fuller H, fruit grower. 

Gidney S W, saloon. 

Griffin Miss, teacher. 

Goek August, watches and jewelry. 

Hanes & Bros, orange growers. 

Haskell E M, grocer and insurance agent. 

Hoag C P, apiarist. 

Horn A J, grocer. 

Huber Mrs H, teacher. 

Hudson H, constable. 

Jones Jonathan, lawyer. 

Jones & Eoberts, lawyers. 

Kerckhoff-Cuzner Mill and Lumber Co, 

Frank Raynor agent. 
Lestrade T, meat market. 
Malone J H, stock yard. 
Metcalfe J A, physician. 
Nathan B, clothing and dry goods. 
Natlia^n R B, Agent Sunset Telephone 

Co and Insurance Agent 
Ceding F H, saloon. 

Ott George T,! blacksmith and hardware. 

Ott John, grape grower. 

Pasadena Steam Laundry, C V Cain agent. 

Persinger M R, carpenter. 

Pollard E E, constable. 

Pollard L, livery. 

Pollard L C, fruit grower. 

Pollard R J, carpenter. 

Rice Mrs E P, milliner. 

Roberts H C, land agent. 

Roberts J D, notary public. 

Roberts Tunnel Co, silver mines. 

Roberts Wm, carpenter. 



Rogers Isaac H, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co, and Southern Cal R R. 
Sippel R M, blacksmith. 
Sears Rev J. 

Shaw D A, propr Azusa Hotel. 
Turner W L, carpenter. 
Victoria Mining Co, quartz mill. 
Yidal A Y, jeweler. 
Williams H A, grocer. 
Wells Alvin, hardware. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, I H Rogers 
Agent. 



BACHKI^OR. The postofBce at a 
place sometimes called Saratoga Springs is 
situated in Lake county, 12| miles north of 
Lakeport, the county seat and banking 
point, and 20 east of Ukiah, the nearest 
railroad point. Daily stages to Lakeport 
and Ukiah, fares respectively $1.50 and $2. 
Wheat, corn, hay and potatoes are the prod- 
ucts. Tel. at Upper Lake 5 miles east. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, tri- weekly. J. 
W. Wright, postmaster. 
Conner J, stage propr. 

Wrig-lit JT W, propr Saratoga Springs 
Hotel, Grocer and Postmaster. 



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BAOBAB. A recently established 
postofS.ce in San Bernardino county, on the 
A. and P. R. R., 130 miles northeast of San 
Bernardino, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Silver mining is the princi- 
pal industry in this section. Exp., W. F. 
&Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. 
Broadwell W B, agent W F & Co and W U 

Tel Co. 

Brode A B, Agent Pacific Portrait Co 

and Postmaster. 
Porter Bros, silver mines. 
Spawforth George W, silver mines. 



B AIRB. A postoflSce in Shasta county, 
the terminus of the daily mail stage route 
from Redding via Buckeye and Stillwater, 
21 miles north. Nearest bank, tel., and 
exp. office at Redding, the county seat. 
Robert Radcliff, postmaster. 
Barkej- A I, stock raiser. 
Barker George, blacksmith. 
Hirst H, stock raiser. 
Hotalling L, carpenter. 
^Ra.dcliff' Ro1>ert, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Whitehurst Mrs, hotel. 



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of Kern county, founded in 1872, is situated 
on Kern river, a good water-power stream. 
It is 1^ miles from Sumner, a station on the 
IS. P. R. E,., 315 southeast of San Francisco. 
The town contains a bank, capital $100,000; 
a flouring mill; 6 churches, Baptist, Catholic, 
Episcopal, Methodist, Cumberland Presby- 
tyrian and African M. E. ; a public school 
with 4 teachers and 325 scholars, a school 
library of 400 volumes; and 3 weekly news- 
papers, the Kern County Californian, the 
Echo and the Gazette. There are several fine 
business blocks, a commodious school-house, 
a court-house, erected at a cost of |35,000, 
and two first-class hotels. It has a volun- 
teer fire department, gas and water-works. 
A street railway is operated to Sumner. 
The principal shipments are live stock, wool, 
hides and fruit. Tel. , W. U. and Pac. Postal. 
Exp., W. F. &Co. Population, 2,200. Mail, 
daily. George K. Ober, postmaster. 
Ahem J W, lawyer. 
Arick R E, superior judge. 
JLrling-ton Hotel, Stackpole & Lin- 
coln Proprs. 
Bailey & Carillo (Joseph Baily, Frank Caril- 
lo) saloon. 

Baker Thomas A, county treasurer and 

tax collector. 
Bakersfield and Sumner Street Eailroad Co, 

H H Fish pres. 
Bakersfield Board of Trade, C Brower pres, 

S N Reed sec. 
Bakersfield Gas and Electric Light Co, L P 

St Clair pres. 
Bakersfield Water Co, Wm H Scribner pres, 

W E Houghton sec. 



Batz John B, under sheriff. 

Beale E F, propr Tejon Ranch. 

Bellamy Giovanni, saloon. 

Berges John B, saloon. 

Beutei'bauch Charles, baker. 

Black Charles A, druggist. 

Bloclg-et H A, Cashier Kern Valley 
Bank and Insurance. 

Blodget S L, druggist. 

Borgwardt F L, varieties. 

Borgwardt Henry L, meat market. 

Borsi Clemente, saloon. 

Brannan Rev P M (Catholic). 

Brown 0, propr Westside Dairy. 

Brundage Benjamin, lawyer. 

Buckreus Franz, county coroner and public 
administrator. 

Burr L W, apiarist. 

Cambridge Archibald, dry goods. 

Canfield W, dairy. 

Carlock Charles C, drayman. 

Carlock George H, drayman. 

Carlock & Robb (Francis M Carlock, Hamil- 
ton D Robb) lumber. 

Carver Jeil^ Propr Cosmopolitan Hotel. 

Clapham Rev H H (Episcopal). 

Cogley Charles C, confectioner. 

Cohn Simon, clothing. 

Commercial Insurance Co of 

Cal, Elmer Harpham Agent. 
Condict H F, soda water mnfr. 
Cook Wm H, physician. 
Coons Mrs A , music teacher. 
Coons Alonzo, stationery, agent W F & Co. 
Corday Henry, tailor. 
Corset Frank H, dairy. 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, Jefif Carver 

Propr. 



KERN COUNTY CALIFORNIAN. 

Established 1866. 

OLDEST A1VI> BEST LOCAL r»APER. 

$2.00 DPEE, -A.nsrzsrTr35^. 



A. C. MAUDE, - - - Proprietor, 

BAKERSPIEU), CAL. 

KERN VALLEY BANK. 

Capital and Surplus over $130,000. 
SOLOMON JEWETT, President. H. A. BLODGETT, Cashier. 



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(See adv. opj). Nurseries.) PASADP:NA, CAL. 



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AGENTS IN ALL PRINCIPAL TOWNS. 

Cotton Ranch Dairy, Alexander Mills su- 
perintendent. 
Cowgill C C, lawyer. 

Dinkelspiel Bros (Louis and Emile) general 
store. 

Dixon W L, county surveyor. 

Doherty W J, apiarist. 

Drury John S, druggist. 

Dumble E H, well borer. 

Dunlap Edward, livery. 

Duvall & Owens (Charles WDuvall, Thomas 
G Owens) saloon. 

Edmonds & Gellert (Joseph Edmonds, Hen- 
ry Gellert) barbers. / 

Evans & Terry (W P Evans, Edward H. 
Terry) restaurant. 

Eyraud A P, propr French Hotel. 

Fay Alviii, District Attorney. 

Fergusson II A, physician. 

Ferrero M, shoemaker. 

Fish H H, livery. 

Fish Miss L L, teacher painting. 

Fish Orestes D, general store. 

Foran Miss Annie C, dressmaker. 

Freeman J W, lawyer. 

French Hotel, A P Eyraud, propr. 

German Hotel, Robert R Scheel propr. 

Goldberg & Baker (Mandigo Goldberg, Thom- 
as A Baker) dry goods 

Goodell Rev G W (Methodist). 

Oratiam Wm J, Sheriff. 

Giirnett Miss Josephine, milliner. 

Gurnett Miss Nellie, teacher. 

Habermacher F, tailor, 

Hag-g-in J B, Capitalist, Propr Kern 

River Flour Mill. 
Harding T E, county assessor. 
Harrell Alfred, county supt schools. 
Hayden Benjamin A, hardware. 
Healy Dennis A, shoemaker. 
Herrera Anselmo, saloon. 
Hitt Joel H, saloon. 
Horsey Chauncey, livery, 
Hoiigliton & I^iglitner (Wm E 

Houghton, Abia T Lightner) Real Estate 

and Insurance. 
Howell W A, county auditor. 
lng-le»$icle Tlie, A Thoms Propr. 
Jameson Edward R, general store. 
Jewett Solomon, stock raiser. 
Jordan Rev J C (Baptist). 



Kern County Californian, A C 

Maude Propr, [See p. \4cZ.) 

Kern County Echo, Smith & Gregory proprs. 

Kern County Gazette, George W Wear propr. 

Kern County Hospital, Franz Buckreus su- 
perintendent 

Kern River Flonr mil, J B Hag- 
gin Propr. 

Kern Valley Bank (Capital $100,000) 
Solomon Jewett Pres, C A Jewett Vice- 
Pres, H A Blodget Cashier. [See p. 143.) 

Kratzmer August, blacksmith, 

Ijand Bepartment of J B Hag- 
g-in, L C McAfee and C Brower Mngrs. 

Lang & Falkenhagen (Jacob Lang, Max 
Falkenhagen) saloon. 

Lavelle F P, painter. 

Lechner Bros (Henn C, Charles E) saloon. 
Lechner Mrs F M, dressmaker. 
Leonard D A, livery. 

Levrich & Withington (Frank Levrich, Ro- 
bert Withington Jr) saloon. 

Lowell Bros, nursery and fruit growers. 

McAfee & Brower (L C McAfee, C 
Brower) Mngrs Land Department of J B 
Haggin. 

Mc Alpine James G, watchmaker. 

IflcBougall B Son, (Barnett and 
Charles C McDougall) Architects and Supts. 
[See left cor cards. ) 

McKelvey L & Co (Louis McKelvey, David 
A Helbing) general store. 

McLeod Albert J, lumber. 

Mahon Jackson W, lawyer and notary. 

Mahon Stephen, justice of the peace. 

Mastler Frank P, shoemaker. 

Mattley Christopher, dairy. 

Mattson 0, harnessmaker. 

IHande A. C, Propr Kern County Cali- 
fornian, Stationery and Jewelry, Real Es- 
tate, Insurance, Notary Public, Convey- 
ancer and Loans. {Seep. 143). 

Maul Charles A, fruit gross er. 

Miller & Lux (Henry Miller) stock raisers. 

Miller & Seymonr, (Daniel Miller, 
Richard Seymour) Saloon. 

Montgomery Wm, tinsmith. 

Morano Manuel, saloon, 

Morrill Miss Alice, teacher. 

Morris, M W, carpenter, 

Morris Wm J, harnessmaker. 

Moulty Albert J, stationery, agent W U 
Tel Co. 

Mountain View Dairy, D M Pyle supt. 

Mungai Dominick, grocer. 

Nelson Christian A, photographer. 

Niederanr •Tacol>, Furniture, Car- 
pets, Wall Paper, Cabinet Maker, Under- 
taker, and Propr Niederaur's Opera House. 

Niederanr's Opera House, Jacob 
Niederaur Proprietor. 



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O'Boyle Bros (Thomas J, James F) general 
store. 

Ober George K, postmaster. 

^Packard i^ewton R, County Clerk 

and Recorder. 
Paehlig Andia, meat market. 
Palmes Edward C, saloon. 
Park Hudson C, lumber and insurance. 
Paton J E, deputy district attorney. 
Paz Cesareo M, barber. 
Pelton Harrison S, physician. 
Peters & Simmons, stock raisers. 
Piper Henry, dairy, 

Pnescliel E A, Agent for Nursery Stock. 

Ranch Albert, watchmaker. 

Reich George, tailor. 

Rhodes Thomas, lawyer. 

Ribbecke George, barber. 

Rogers Charles A, physician. 

Rogers Luther S, physician. 

Rossler Harry A, barber. 

Said Bellamy A, plumber. 

St Clair L P, propr BakersfieldGas and Elec- 
tric Li gl it Co. 

Salcido Edward, saloon. 

Scheel Robert R. propr German Hotel. 

Scribner John W, watchmaker. 

Scribner Wm H, watchmaker. 

Skinner Wm F, blacksmith. 

Small Charles A, barber. 

Smith Wm G, propr Walters' Hotel. 

Smith & Gregory (S C Smith, R F Gregory) 
proprs Kern County Echo. 

Smith & Johnson (Joseph Smith, Edward 
J ohnson) wag ^nmakers. 

Snook J ohn, physician. 

Snyder F W, painter. 

Stackpole & I^incoln (T W Stack- 
pole, S J Lincoln) Proprs Arlington Hotel. 

Stark Miss Francis, teacher. 

Steven Wm, saloon. 

Stevens Madison, shoemaker. 

Swain & Curran, brick mnfrs. 

Taylor G H, music teacher. 

Xhoms A O, Propr The Ingleside Hotel. 

Thronsen Henry, gunsmith. 

Tibbet George A, constable. 

Tyler Chas E, real estate. 

Tyson Wm .J, saloon. 

Van Orman N, constable. 

Walker R M, carpentev. 

Waller W B, dentist. 

Walters' Hotel, Wm G Smith propr. 

Wasson John B, dentist. 

Wear George W, propr Kern County Ga- 
zette. 

Webster & Millard, apiarists. 

Weill Alphonse, general store. 

Wells, Eapgo & Co, Alonzo Coons 

Agent. 
Weringer Joseph, saloon. 



Western Union Telegraph Co, A J Moulty ' 
agent. 

White Richard J, furniture and hardware. 

Wilkinson N E, justice of the peace. 

Willow E L & Co, cabinetmakers. 

Willow Elias, insurance. 3C 

Wyllie Mrs A, restaurant. 



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BAI^E. A flag station on the S. P. R. 

R., in Napa county, 4 miles southeast of Cal- CD 
istoga, and an equal distance northwest of St. 
Helena. No postoffice. 



BAIjIL<ARI>. a country postoffice in 
Santa Barbara county, 2 miles south of Los 01- 
ivos, the terminus of the Pacific Coast R'y, 
and 47 northwest of Santa Barbara, the county 
seat and banking point. It has Methodist 
and Presbyterian societies, a public school, 
and ships olives, wheat and barley. Popula- 
tion, 120. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Mail stage, to Santa Barbara daily. Robert 
W. Smith, postmaster. 
Boyd A M, fruit and olive grower. 
Boyd A S, fruit and olive grower. 
Clark J S, sewing machines, agent W F & 

Co and W U Tel Co. 
Dormer M C, fruit and olive grower. 
Fisher Rev (Methodist). 
Gragg P A, general store. 
Gunnells P W, constable. 
Hayne VV A & Bro, fruit and olive growers. 
Hobson & Dutton, livery. 
Janin L, raisin grower. 
Lehner Mrs M, teacher. 
Mitchell Rev J A (Presbyterian) 
Muncton H & Son, blacksmiths. 
Selby R R, fruit and olive grower. 
Smitlt Robert W, Variety Store, Jus- 
tice of the Peace and Postmaster. 
Wells Earg-o & Co, J S Clark Agent. 



BAl^l^KI^A. A farming community 
settled in 1854, in San Diego county, 41 
miles north-east of San Diego, the county 
seat and banking point. It contains a Bap- 
tist chruch, a public school, and ship grains 
and fruit. Population of the townshi]i, 8l.O. 
Tel., exp., and railroad shipping point. 
Lakeside. 21 miles. Daily mai^l stage to Lake- 
side and Julian. Mail, daily. John L. Mcln-, 
tier, postmaster. 
Abbis J W, apiarist. 
Brackett & Co, dairy. 
Casner M V, constable. 
Cornwell Mrs Fannie, teacher. 
Castle J ¥j, apiarist. 
Fisher C P, hotel. 



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Fraser J G, plasterer. 
Hemniel 'J' J, painter. 

*Meliitier Joliii 1L<, Civil Engineer and 

Postmaster. 
Sawday F R, general store. 
Stephens Frank, justice of the peace. 
Sutherland J P, painter. 
Trask Miss Mary, dressmaker. 
Tucker C 0, apiarist. 
Wood Rev T J (Baptist). 



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BAI.JL'S FERllY. A settlement in 
Shasta county, and is on the Sacramento 
river, 6 miles northeast of Cottonwood, its 
shipping station, and 24 southeast of Red- 
ding, tlie county seat and banking point. 
Population, 60. Shipments, grain. Exp. 
and tel., at Cottonwood, to which point 
and Shingleton stages run daily. Mail, tri- 
weekly. George P. Wright, postmaster. 
Charles Sidney, hotel and ferry propr. 
Null Emery, teacher. 

Wi'ig'lit Oeorg-e 1*, Blacksmith, Jus- 
tice of the Peace and Postmaster. 
Wright W A, general store. 



BAI.I^'S RATVCIl. A farm-house 
post-office in Siskiyou county, 24 miles east 

of Montague, the nearest exp., tel. and 

shipping point. The products of this sec- 
tion are hay, grain, and live stock. 
*I*ratlie)r Sa.mitel I>, Acting Postmas- 
ter. 

CJ Soule George, lumber mnfr. 



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«AIVGOR. Established in 1855 in 
Butte county, 15 miles southeast of Oroville, 
the county seat and banking point, and 9 
northeast of Honcut, the nearest railroad 
station, tel., exp. and shipping place. It 
contains . Methodist and United Brethren 
churches, a good district school of 70 pu- 
pils, and about 100 inhabitants.* Chief 
products, fruit, grain and hay. Tri- weekly 
mail stages, to Honcut and Marysville. J. 
E. Allen, postmaster. 

Allen JT E, General Store, Insurance ^nd 

Postmaster. 
*Allen J M M. 
Andrews A A, blacksmith. 
Corboly J J, nursery. 



Countryman Patience, hotel. 

Fisher Rev (United Brethren.) 

Forbes J D, stock raiser. 

Glover A W, teacher. 

Hill J W, justice of the peace. 

Houser George, citrus fruit grower. 

Johnson Mrs Marilla, dressmaker. 

Malcolm David, fruit grower. 

Nelson John, shoemaker. 

Osgood Gard, fruit grower. 

Potter & Morehouse, general store. 

Rehfuess R, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Rickman Bros & Co, mine proprs. 

Shaw C H, carpenter. 

Smith Rev (Methodist). 

South Honcut Mining Co. 

Squire Burnett, carpenter. 

Turner J C, fruit grower. 

Walker A J, dentist. 

Westil Thomas, stock raiser. 

BAl^I^ER. Located in 1873 on San 
Felipe creek in San Diego county, 58 miles 
northeast of San Diego, the county seat and 
nearest bank location. Lakeside Station, 35 
miles southwest, is the preferable shipping, 
tel. and exp. point. Gold mining is carried 
on; 2 quartz mills are operated, of 5 and 10 
stamp. Telephone, to Julian. Population, 
40. Tri-weekly mail stages, to Julian and 
Temecula. Ella G. Pannenberg, postmaster. 
Bailey Bros, proprs Ready Relief mine and 

miil. 

Bell & Walker, proprs Warlock mine. 

Cincinnati Bell G M Co. 

Davis H H, meat market. 

Grand Frederick, stock raiser. 

Kentuck Mining Co. 

Keyes E C, Hotel. 

Liscoe Mis«, teacher. 

*Ryan John, fruit grower. 

Wilcox Lorin L, general store. 

BAIVI^II^CJ. A village station on the 
S. P. R. R. in San Bernardino county, 33 
miles southeast of San Bernardino, the 
county seat. Colton is the banking point 
Settled in 1880; it has a Baptist church, i 
good public school, water works, a weekly 
newspaper, the Banning Herald, and about 
300 inhabitants. Shipments, barley and 
fruit. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. John B. Hanna, postmaster. 
Banning Herald, Louis Munson editor. 
Banning Land and Water Co, C Barker 

supt and sec. 
Banning Warehouse, C Barker mngr 
Barker C 0, notary public. 
Bridge M L, mason. 
Card H A, carpenter. 
Carpenter & Hamilton, Hvery. 



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Clancy F J, constable. 

Clancy & Barker, insurance agents. 

Commereia,! Insurance Co of* 

Cal, Clancy & Barker Agents. 
Crowe F A, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co 

and S P Co. 
Fraser T E, hotel and brickyard. 
Gaston Rev W L (Baptist). ' 
Griffin Daniel, barber. 
Iff a It It :i Joltn JB, Postmaster. 
Jffaiina & Matliaway, General Store 
Hathaway W S, justice of the peace. 
Ingelow C H, general store. 
Jost C F, apiarist. 
King John C, physician. 
Lemon F L, blacksmith. 
Mackey Alex, meat market. 
Munson Louis, lawyer and editor Banning 

Herald. 

Murphy Miss Nettie, teacher. 

Pickering Miss Ida, dressmaker. 

Shutle Ernst, shoemaker. 

Sweeters Clement, saloon. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, F A Crowe Agt. 

Witter C A, teacher. 



BATATA. A station in San Joaquin 
county, on the S. P. R. R., 19 miles south- 
west of Stockton, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Grain and stock are the chief 
products. Population, 100. Telephone, to 
Stockton, Livermore, and San Francisco. 
Daily stages, except Sunday, to San Joa- 
quin river, 3 miles, $1.50, and to Grayson, 
$2. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. .Joseph Brichetto, postmaster. 
Abies Mrs M, laundry. 
Briclietto Cr & Co, General Store and 

Warehouse. 
Copas A, saloon. 
Drace Miss Dora, teacher. 
Godchaux L, saloon. 
Hennessey Miss M, teacher. 
Johnson W, carpenter. 
*Luce D, physician. 
McArdle W, blacksmith. 
McCraney M, constable. 
Maple Miss, agt W^F & Co, W U Tel Co 

and S P Co. 
Martin John, justice of peace, and fruits. 
Needham Charles, stock raiser. 
Prather B F, hotel. 
Wood W, blacksmith. 
Zimmerman John, saloon and livery. 



BAR1>^]>AI^X:. A postoffice on the 
Santa Clara river, in Ventura county, 1^ 
miles south of Fillmore, its shipping, tel. 
and exp. point. Nearest bank, at San Buena- 
ventura. Mail, daily. 
Chadsey Bros, general store. 



It ARHAIfl. A discontinued postoffice 
in San Diego county, 3 miles south of San 
Marcos, the nearest postoffice and shipping 
point. 



BAKRETT. A flag station on the 
S. P. E,. R., in Contra Costa county, 16 miles 
northeast of San Francisco, and 2 miles from 
San Pablo. No postoffice. 



BARRO. A flag station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Napa county, 2 miles northwest of 
St. Helena, and 6 southeast of Calistoga. No 
postoffice. 



BARSTOW. Is located at the junc- 
tion of the Southern Cal. with the A. & P. 
R. R., on the Mojave river, in San Bernar- 
dino county, 81 miles north of San Bernar- 
dino, the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Silver mining is carried on, and a 
stamp mill is here. Population, 300. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
L. Gooding, postmaster. 
Beatty J M, general store. 
Cornish F C, restaurant. 
Curley Mrs H, dry goods and notions. 
Dean Isaac, stock raiser. 
Dunlap & Foster, saloon. 
Gilbert Leslie, teacher. 
Gooding G R, agt W F & Co and S C R R. 
Oooding I^, General Store and P M. 
Healy Mary, restaurant. 
Helstone W H, agt W U Tel Co. 
Keyes Frank R, barber and constabfe. 
Shepard George, stock raiser. 
Southern California Hotel. 
Tharp & Gooding, stock raisers. 
Waterman & Porter, silver mine and quartz 

mill. 



BARXI.ETT Nl>Ri:\CiN. The 

location of mineral springs in Lake county, 
27 miles north-east of Lakeport, the county 
seat and banking point, and 38 nortli- 
east of Hopland, its shi[)piug station. It 
has a steam planing mill. I'opulation, 40. 
Stages, to Lakeport and Sites, faros, .$3 and 
$4, respectively; and to Lower Lake. Tel., 
W. U., and P. P. Tel. Cable Co. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Mail, daily. Fred Klays, post- 
master. 

Anderson Wm, constable. 
Barnfield T H, Justice of the Peace. 
Bergson Miss L E, teacher. 
Dick I), constable. 
Dow C R, saw mill. 

*Mlays I'rcd, Agent \Vells, Fargo <t 

Co, and Postmaster. 
Klays Fred, Jr., agent P P Tel Cable Co. 



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(mporiers and Dealers m Every &raie MannTactnred. 
W. & J. SLOANE & CO., 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

McMahan L E & Sons, general store, hotel, 

planing mill, and meat market. 
Olmstead Wm, carpenter. 
Olson H, fruit grower. 

Yount George W, notary public and insur- 
ance agent. 

B AX A VI A. First settled in 1868, is 
a station on the S. P. Railroad, in Solano 
county, 15 miles north-east of Fairfield, the 
county seat, and 4 south of Dixon, the 
nearest banking point. Wheat, barley and 
fruit are the products of the vicinity. Popu- 
lation, 30. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. G. M. Coulter, postmaster. 
Alexander W, grape grower. 
Bayley George G, agent W F & Co, W U 

Tel Co, and S P Co. 
Buckles T? N, grape grower. 
Byrne \lrs M, hotel. 
Coulter O III, Postmaster. 
Coulter & Co, grain warehouse. 
Duke J G, grape grower. 
Francis E, grape grower. 
Erases D A, blacksmith. 
Keithly H, grape grower. 
Mount M, saloon. 
Sheppa P, grape grower. 
Smart G, grape grower. 
Taylor C L, grape grower and stock raiser. 
Weber V, grape grower. 
Wells F'arg-o & Co, G G Bayley Agt. 



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If AXES. A postoflB.ce in Fresno coun- 
ty, 30 miles north of Fresno City, the county 
seat and banking point, and 18 northeast of 
Madera, its railroad shipping point. A 
quartz mill is operated here. Population, 
75. Shipments, grain. Daily mail stage, to 
Madera and Hildreth, fares ^3; tri-weekly 
to FresnQ Flats, $5. Tel. and exp., at Ma- 
dera. H. J. Prewett, postmaster. 
Bates Miss Clara, milliner. 
Blunt Wm, carpenter. 
Dyer Hyram, raisin grower. 
Hildreth G W, stock raiser. 
Lewis R D, poultry breeder. 
Mudget Mrs E, dairy. 
Peter Jacob, blacksmith. 
*I»rewett H JT, Hotel, Livery, Agent 

W F & Co, and Postmaster. 



Prewett & Chetwood, blacksmiths. 
Ray Edward, carpenter. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, H J Prewett agent. 
Williams D J, saloon. 



If AXH. A discontinued postofiice at a 
place sometimes called Sarahsville in Placer 
county, 25 miles northeast of Auburn, the 
county seat and nearest bank, and 15 from 
New England Mills, its shipping point. 
Gold mining is the chief industry. Tel. and 
exp., at Forest Hill, 2 miles southwest. 
Breese & Wheeler, proprs Paragon Gravel 

mine and mill. 
Dougherty M, hotel. 
Ford A F, grocer. , 
Hosmer T N, carpenter. 
Klaner H, blacksmith. 
Sellier J B, saw mill. 



If AVII^IjE. a postoffice in Amador 
county, 34 miles northeast of lone, the near- 
est railroad approach, and 22 northeast of 
Sutter creek, the location of tel. and exp. 
offices. Mail, weekly. 



BAY rOIIVX. A flag station on the 
S. P. R. R. in Contra Costa county, 6 miles 
east of Martinez. No postoffice. 



BAYEES. The postoffice at Delta, a 
station on the S. P. R. R. and on the Sacra- 
mento river in Shasta county, 38 miles 
north of Redding, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Population, 25. Some very 
promising mines are in the vicinity, and the 
river supplies power. Stock raising is car- 
ried on. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. M. R. Hardin, postmaster. 
Autenrieth L, general store. 
Dock George, saloon. 
Farleigh W G, stock raiser. 
Hardin Ifl B, Postmaster. 
Karnstein Frank, hotel and general store. 
Marvin Walter, saloon. 

Schoonover F, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co, S P Co. 
Whitlow F M, stock raiser. 
Wiley I M, hotel. 



BAYSIBE. First settled in 1850, in 
Areata township, Humboldt county, 10 miles 
northeast of Eureka, the county seat, and 3 
southeast of Areata, its shipping point and 
bank, tel. and exp. location. Stages to the 
above points twice daily, fares 50 cents and 
25 cents. It contains two shingle mills, 
about 300 inhabitants, 'and ships lumber, 
shingles, hay, grain and potatoes. Mail, 
daily. 

Anderson Hans, shingle contractor. 



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Berry J, contractor. 

Dolbeer & Carson (S F) shingle mill. 

*I>yer I> F", Hotel and Postmaster. 

Edeline D, carpenter. 

Flanigan, Burnan & Co, general store. 

Harpst & Spring, shingle mill. 

McCutcheon James, contractor. 

Robinson Edwin, painter. 



BE At.VII^lL.E. A flag and water sta- 
tion on the S. P. R. P., in Kern county, 8 
miles northwest of Keene, the nearest mail 
office. 



BEAR TAEEEV 

See Leesville. 



Colusa county. 



BEAR VAEEEY. A mining settle- 
ment in Mariposa county, 12 miles north- 
west of Mariposa, the county seat, and 36 
northeast of Merced, the most convenient 
shipping, telegraph and banking point. Pop- 
ulation, 100. Gold dust is shipped. Daily 
stages to Merced; fare -$4.50; also to Mari- 
posa; fare §1.50. Mail, daily. Mary Rice, 
postmaster. 

*Adair Joseph A, justice of the peace. 
Coneo S, shoemaker. 
Johnston T L, meat market. 
McFadden B, saloon. 

Newman M E, livery and agent W F & Co. 

Pendola Charles, constable. 

Pendola N, general store. 

Rice j^Iary, Hotel and Postmaster. 

Smith J L, blacksmith. 

Therami Thomas, saloon. 

Trabucco E, general store. 

Wells, Eargo & Co, M E Newman Agt 



BEATRICE. The name of the post- 
office at Salmon Creek Station on Salmon 
Creek and the Eel River and Eureka R. R. 
in Humboldt county, 10 miles south of Eu- 
reka, the county seat, express and banking 
point. It contains Catholic and Methodist 
churches, saw mills, shingle mills, etc., in 
the vicinity, and a district school. Mail, 
daily. 

Corbitt & Armstrong, shingle mill. 
Milford Land and Lumber Co, saw mill. 
Rowley Bros, shingle mill. 
Xbompt^on H, G-eneral Store, Railroad 
Agent and Postmaster. 



BEAlj3IO:\'X. The postoffice at San 
Gorgonio, a station on the S. P. R. R., in 
San Bernardino county, 27 miles southeast of 
San Bernardino, the county seat, 23 south- 
east of Colton, the nearest bank location. 
It contains United Presbyterian and Metho- 
dist churches, a weekly ncM'spaper. the Beau- 



mont Sentinel; ships wheat, barley, hay and 

fruit. Population, 300. Its situation is 

beueficial to those having lung troubles, and 

is becoming quite noted as a health, resort. 

Tel., W. U." Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 

daily. E. P. Bragdon, postmaster. 

Aguirre Miguel, stock raiser. 

Ahern Daniel, blacksmith. 

Allen Peter, general store and druggist. 

Bassler Robert, painter. 

Beaumont Sentinel, A F McDill publr. 

Blinn L W Lumber Co (S F) Frank Curtis 
mngr, lumber mnfrs. 

Brag'doii E I», Real Estate, Insurance 
and Postmaster. 

Brag-don. E, Orange Grower, Books 
and Stationery. 

Bridges George E, boots and shoes. 

Christenson Christopher, saloon. 

Curtis Frank, mngr L W Blinn Lumber Co. 

Deyo Lewis F, justice of the peaee. 

Egan George C, mine propr. 

Egan & Bragdon, insurance. 

Elder .1 W, carpenter. 

Fisher Miss M M, hotel. 

Gray B T, general store. 

Hasley W H, meat market. 

Hilbish Rev Martin (Methodist). 

Hotel Beaumont, H H Murphy propr. 

Huston S A, constable. 

.Judson A H, grape grower. 

Kelly Charles F, barber. 

Kennedy .James, livery. 

Laird Mrs S E, restaurant. 

McClure Thomas, apiarist. 

McCoy James, physician. 

McCoy & Germond, carpenters. 

McCue J B, agt VV F & Co, W U Tel Co, 
and S P Co. 

McDill Rev A F, publr Beaumont Sentinel. 

McLelland J F, wagonmaker. 

Mackey R, meat market. 

Mathers George W, propr Summit Hotel. 

Maxwell E L, general store. 

Mellen Thomas, fruit grower. 

Mott Sol, blacksmith. 

Murphy H H, propr Hotel Beaumont. 

Paxton J E, nursery. 

Roberts J, plasterer. 

Ross C M, teacher. 

Shearer J, meat market. 

Siglea H C, ^r^s Southern California Invest- 
ment Co. 

Smith B W, mine propr. 

!<i>oiith BritiNli E «& ]VE IiiNiirance 
Co of*i\ iK, Frank Curtis Agent. 

*Southern California Investment Co, H C 
Sigles pres, E P Sigles sec. 

Summit Hotel, George W Mathers propr. 

Wells, Eai-ffo A: Co, J B McCue Ag't. 

Wil shire Bros, fruit growers. 



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BECKWITH. Located about 1854 
on the middle fork of the Feather river, in 
Plumas county, 42 miles southeast of Quincy, 
the county seat, 16 west of Moran, its ship- 
ping point, and 55 northwest of Reno, Nev. , 
the nearest banking point. It contains Con- 
gregational and Methodist churches, 50 in- 
habitants, has a saw mill, and ships dairy 
products, hay and grain. Stages, 6 times 
per week to Mohawk, Johnsville, Eureka 
Mills, Summit, Moran, Genesee, Taylor- 
ville. Crescent Mills and Quincy. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. Jo- 
seph R. Enscoe, postmaster. 
Beckwith Con PGM Co, P M Cate sec. 
Beckwith Cornet Band, J R Enscoe sec. 
Bringham & Robertson, hotel. . 
California Land and Timber Co, lumber 

mnfrs. 

Callingham R, insurance. 

*Eiiscoe Jos^epli R, General Store, 

Insurance, Agent Wells, Fargo & Co and 

Postmaster. 
Forgay M B, stage propr. 
Franklin Con P M Co, D McFarlane sec. 
Halstead E A, stage propr. 
Kelsey J, carpenter. 
McFarlane D, agricultural implements. 
Neale A C, fruits. 

Philbrook Rev C E (Congregational). 

Schubert Theo, physician. 

Sperry B H, justice of the peace. 

Sperry W A, constable. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, J R Enscoe agent. 

Winsor Rev (Methodist). 

Wood E J, agent artesian well machinery. 



BECKWOKXH. 

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Plumas county. 



A postoffice on Deer 
creek, in Tulare county, 9 miles east of Pix- 
ley, the nearest exp. , tel. and shipping point, 
and 15 southwest of Portersville, the near- 
est banking point. Wheat, barley, poultry, 
and stock of all kinds are the principal prod- 
ucts. Communication is maintained with 
Pixley by stage. 
Ballard W H, stock raiser. 
Collins T D A, stock raiser. 
Erazier JT A, Postmaster. 



Galbreath George, stock raiser. 
Gilstrap W H, stock raiser. 
Savage P M, stock raiser. 
Smith B B, stock raiser. 
Treamer Charles H, stock raiser. 



BEI^I^O. A station on the S. P. R. R. , 

in Napa county, 2 miles south of St. Helena, 
and 62 north of San Francisco. Postoffice ad- 
dress, St. Helena. 



BEI^EOXA. A postoffice in San Joa- 
quin county, 11 miles northeast of Holden 
Station, and 26 via rail and stage route north- 
east of Stockton, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Mail, daily. 
Chase Gilman, general store. 
Fanning Daniel W, blacksmith. 



BEEl^'N SXAXIOTW. A postoffice 
in Santa Clara county, 21 miles via mail 
route northeast of Gilroy, the nearest exp., 
tel. , banking and shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. 

Hagerman Mrs G. hotel. 



BEI^I^IONX. A station on the -coast 
division S. P. R. R. , in San Mateo county, 
3i miles northeast of Redwood City, the 
county seat, and 25 southeast of San Fran- 
cisco. It contains an Episcopal church, a 
private and public school, Belmont Park pic- 
nic grounds, and bottling works. Hay is 
tLe principal product. Bonds for a $5,000 
public schoolhouse have been issued. The 
railroad station and adjuncts are as fine as 
anything on the coast. Business at the sta- 
tion increased 200 per cent, in a year. Tele- 
phone connections. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., 
W. U. Mail, twice a day. W. G. Steven- 
son, postmaster. 
Brewer Rev A H (Episcopal). 
Commercial Insurance Co oi* 

Cal, W G Stevenson Agent. 
Emmett W A, general store and livery. 
Hammerson A, blacksmith. 
Janke C F & Son, soda water mnfrs. 
Janke W A & C F, proprs Belmont Park. 
O'Neill E, general store. 
Reid W T, prin Belmont school. 
Rowell H G, hotel and feed stable. 
*Stevenson W O, Agent W. F. & Co., 

S. P. Co. and Postmaster. 
Waltermire A F, hotel. 
Wells, Eargo & Co, W G Stevenson 

Agent. 
Woolf Martin, bakery. 



BEI^ EOiflOI^B. A station on the 
Felton and Pescadero R. R., in Santa Crua 
county, 10 miles north of Santa Cruz, th 



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county seat and banking point. Principal 
product, lumber. Exp.,W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. Thomas L. Bell, postmaster. 
Ayres A, insurance agent. 
Bell Thomas ti, Supt Ben Lomond L 

and L Co and Postmaster. 
Ben Ijomoiid. I^aiid and i/mn- 

l>ei- Co, T L Bell Supt Saw Mill. 
Bolinger Samuel, carpenter. 
Farrar U S, hotel. 
Kenville Joseph, fruit grower. 
Lloyd Benjamin, railroad agent. 
Olsen A A, blacksmith. 
Pundt Peter, saloon. 
Rogers Miss Sally, teacher. 
Smith Bros, fruit growers. 
Starr Bev George. 



BEZVICIA. Is beautifully situated on 
Carquinez straits, and is a station on the S. 
P. P. P., in Solano county, 16 miles south of 
Fairfield, the county seat, and 33 northeast 
of San Francisco. It was first settled in 
1847, incorporated in 1851, and is now a 
town of 2, 700 inhabitants. The manufactur- 
ing interests here are quite large, embracing 
3 tanneries, agi'icultural implement works, 
pottery, flour mill, cannery, shipyard, cement- 
mill, brick-yard, planing mill, brewery and 
Electric Light and Motor Co. The build- 
ings of note are the City HiU (seating 800), 
St. Augustine College, St. Catherine's Con- 
vent, St. Dominic's Monastery and St. 
Mary's Hall. Eeligion is represented by 
Catholic, Episcopal, Congregational and 
Methodist churches. There are 3 public 
schools, with 9 teachers and 400 scholars. 
A weekly newspaper, the Nev) Era (repub- 
lican), is published, and a bank with a capi- 
tal of $200,000 does business here. Assessed 
value of property is $924,000. The town has 
a bonded indebtedness of S38,000. It is also 
the location of a U. S. arsenal, barracks and 
military school. Sandstone, basalt, limestone 
and cement are abundant in the vicinity. Tele- 
phone to San Francisco and points on line. 
Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., W. F. <fe Co. 
Mail, daily. Wm. H. Foreman, postmaster. 
Acme Orcliard I^adder, J Cheno- 

weth Mnfr. 
American Hotel, D H Murphy Propr. 
Armanacas Bassilio, saloon. 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co, warehouse. 
Bank of Benicia (capital $200,000) W Frank 

Goad pres, J E Crooks rangr and cashier. 
Barry James, justice and city recorder. 
Bauer & Steffen (Frantz P Bauer, Philip 

Steffen) meat market. 
Benicia Aerricultural Works, Baker & Ham- 

ilton (S F) proprs, T B Montgomery mngr. 



Benicia Arsenal, Major Marye, USA, com- 
manding. 

Benicia Barracks, Major Edward Moale, U 

S -A, commanding. 
Benicia Brewery, Gustav Gnauck 

Propr. 

Benicia Bldg and Loan Assn, S C Gray sec. 

Benicia Cornet Band, Wm Starr leader. 

Benicia Electric Light and Motor Co, Sam- 
uel C Gray pres, A A Osbom sec. 

Benicia Gas Co, D N Hastings pres, F P 
Wernmann sec. 

Benicia Tannery, KuUman, Salz & 
Co Proprs, J KuUman Supt. 

Benicia Water Works (capital, $150,000) 
E H Neilson pres, D M Hart sec. 

Berliner Herman A, clothing. 

Blake Wm, grocer and sundries. 

Boyle George, saloon. 

Brabo & Eitchison (Frank R Brabo, Robert 
L Eitchison) barbers. 

Brown Luella, artist. 

Burke Mrs Mary, saloon. 

Campbell Alfred H, agent Mutual Endow- 
ment Assn. 

Carquinez Packing Co (head office 405 Front, 
S F) E H Neilson mngr. 

*Clienowetli. .Justin, Mnfr Acme 
Orchard Ladder. 

Christie Henry, baker .9 

City Hall, J E Fitzpatrick mngr. 

Clyne James, blacksmith. 

Coates Mrs Azubah, hotel. 

Coates Charles T, painter. 

Coleman J ohn, saloon. 

Commercial Insurance Co of 
Cal, S Arthur Gray Agent.. 

Condare Theodore G, saloon. 

Corcoran Bros, grape growers. 

Crooks John E, pres board of trustees. 

Dalton Alfred, wood and coal. 

Dalton Alfred Jr, publr New Era. 

De Merritt H L, city surveyor. 

Dillon Patrick W, grape grower. 

Dimpfel Mrs G A, grape grower. 

Dinsmore Rev E F (Congregational). 

Dreisbach George, tailor. 

DriscoU Kate, teacher. 

Durner Annie, teacher. 

Durner Charles, notions, agent W F & Co. 

Durner Tillie, teacher. 

Eberlein Emil C, druggist. 

Enos Joseph, grape grower. 

Farmar Mary iE, teacher. 

Fernandez John, fruit. 

Fitzpatrick James E, city marshal. 

Foreman Wm H, postmaster. 

Frasier John, justice, notary public, saloon. 

Garretson Emma M, prin i)ublic school. 

Onanck €rustav, Propr Benicia Brew- 
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Goodyear Andrew, grape grower. 

Gorman Miss May, dressmaker. 

Gray Edward, physician. 

Gray S A, photographer. 

Oray Samiiel C, City Clerk, Real Es- 
tate, Insurance, and Sec Benicia Building 
and Loan Association. 

Green Charles, music teacher. 

Greene Joseph, boots and shoes. 

Hank Charles, bakery. 

Harrington Marvin H, painter. 

Hastings George A, hardware, crockery, etc. 

Houghton Cornelius B, lumber. 

Jameson Henry, tailor. 

Johnson J G, warehouse. 

Johnston Simon, hay, wood and coal. 

Jurgensen John, saloon. 

Kennedy C S, agent S P Co. 

King Charles, undertaker and public admin- 
istrator. 

Kinstrey Thomas T, grocer. 

Kirgan & Prince ( b rank C Kirgan, Charles 
M Prince) grocers. 

Kuhland & Son (Wm and Lewis W) boots, 
shoes and clothing. 

Kiillman, Salz Co (Herman KuU- 
man, Jacob Salz and Charles Hart) Proprs 
Benicia Tannery. 

liambley Ro1>ei*t W, Contractor and 
Builder. 

Lark in Wm, hotel. 

Lepper Oliver, boots and shoes. 

Lepper Wm P, tinsmith and plumber. 

Lynch John, city attorney. 

McArthur Murdock, grocer. 

McDermott Robert, soda works. 

McDonald Daniel, saloon. 

McKay Amelia G, teacher. 

McKay & Chisholm (Thomas McKay, Alex- 
ander Chisholm) tannery. 

McKenzie James B, planing mill. 

McPhail Fajiny, teacher. 

Massle Richard, saloon and brickmaker. 

Mizner, L B & L (Lan&ing B and Lansing 
Jr. ) lawyers. 

Moale Edward, Major USA, command- 
ing Benicia Barracks. 

Momme Edward, painter. . 

Montgomery Thomas B, mngr Benicia Agri- 
cultural Works. 

Mooney John T A, paper hanger. 



j^Iiirpliy 1> H, Propr American Hotel. 
Neilson Emil H, mngr Carquinez Pack'g Co. 
New Era, A Dalton Jr publr 
rVewell Very Rev JT R, Prior St. 

Dominic's Monastery. 
Newmark Richard, grape and nut grower. 
Nichols Mary L, teacher. 
Nichols VV D, grape grower. 
Opperman Julius, tailor. 
Osgood N, junk. 

Ostello & Sanborn (J Henry Ostello and 
Joseph Sanborn) furniture and upholstrs. 

Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, W D Phillipson 
agent. 

IPalace Hotel, Mrs P D Stewart Propr. 
Patex Max, dry goods. 

JPliillipson Wm I>, Varieties, Agent 
P P Tel and Cable Co. 

Pine & Goulart (A J Pine and M V Goulart) 
grocers. 

Powers Michael, dry goods. 

Pringle George, music teacher. 

Pringle Mrs G W, teacher. 

Quinn E W, plumber. 

Rauhut Charles A, dry goods. 

Reed Miss Gretta, agent W.U Tel Co. 

Reeng Catherine, hotel. 

Rose Elisha L, veterinary surgeon. 

Ruane John, dairy. 

Ryan John, saloon. 

Sage Timothy, grape grower. 

St Catherine's Academy, Sister Cecilia su- 
perior. 

St l>omiiiic')^ ITIomastery, Very Rev. 

J R Newell P, Prior. 
Sanborn & Co ( Wm K and Allan P Sanborn) 

druggists, agents Sunset Telephone Co. 
Sexton Mrs Anna, dressmaker. 
Seymour Joseph F, saloon. 
Shirley & Co (Paul Shirley and Lansing B 

Mizner, proprs steamboat wharves. 
Silva M S, shoemaker. 
Singler Rudolph, barber. 
Smith Mrs J, music teacher. 
Smith Mathew J, blacksmith. 
Smith Oliver C, chop house and candy mnfr. 
Starrs Wm, saloon. 

Steffen & Schneider (Jacob Stefifen and Fred 

Schneider) meat market. 
Stevens John, saloon. 

Stevens & Co (George W Stevens and W^ H 

Garretson) grocers. 
Stewart ]^Irs 1» 1>, Propr Palace Hotel. 
Stewart Peter D, livery. 
Stewart & McBain (Charles Stewart, James 

W McBain) tannery. 
Stoddard Albert M, constable. 
Stumm Frank J, jeweler. 
Sunday George, fruits. 

Sunset Telephone-Tel Co, Sanborn & Co agts. 
Sweeney Mrs Hannah, hotel. 



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Turner Matthew (S F) ship builder. 
Vance Charles J, furniture. 
Ward Anderson D, restaurant. 
Weinheimer Frank, meat market. 
Wells, Fargo Ac Co, C Durner Agent. 
Western Union Tel Co, Miss G Reed agent. 
Wettstein Andrew, saloon. 
WhiLmann D G, mason and plasterer. 
Wilcox Kev H H (Episcopal). 
Williams D B, grape growers. 
Williams Joseph, barV)er. 
Wingfield Rt Rev J H D (Episcopal bishop). 
Young Rev James (Methodist). 



IlE3fX03r. A postoffice in Mono coun- 
ty, 4i miles west of Benton Station, on the 
Carson and Colorado R. R., and 50 air line 
southeast of Bridgeport, the county seat. 
Mining is the chief industrj'^, and silver is 
shipped. Exp., W. F. & Co. Stage, to Ben- 
ton Station, fare SI. Mail, daily. 
Bowl and James, carpenter. 
Garner Henry, blacksmith. 
Gercken Adolph, brewery. 
Lynch Mrs J, hotel. 
Lynch Wm, saloon. 

Millner John F, general store and agent W 

F & Co. 
Nolet Cornelius, stage propr. 
Shimmin Wm, general store. 



BERI>A3f. A placer mining camp lo- 
cated in 1856, between Chico and Butte 
creeks in Butte county, 40 miles north of 
Oroville, the county seat, and 20 northeast 
of Chico, its shipping, tel., exp., and bank- 
ing point, to which mail stages run tri- 
weekly, via Forest Ranch, fare 82; also 
to Prattville, 47 miles northeast, fare 85.50. 
Principal products, gold, and pine and oak 
timber. Population, 90. 
*Berdaii O, Hotel, Fruit Grower and 

Postmaster. 
Dodge James, general store and fruit grower. 
Johnson John, fruit grower. 
Miller G F, fruit grower. 
Peatt C W, shingle mnfr. 



BE:RE:%'I>0. a station on the S. P. 
R. R., at the junction of the Yosemite R. R. , 
in T-resno county, 29 miles northwest of 
Fresno, the couuty seat. Bank at Merced, 
26 miles northwest. Population, 30. Grain 
is the chief product. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. 
*Brown JTosepIi, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Martin Frank C, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

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BERKEtiEY. Occupies a pictur- 
esque site on elevated ground overlooking 
the bay of San Francisco and Golden Gate. 
It is in Alameda county, 5 miles north of 
Oakland, and 12 by steamer and rail north- 
east of San Francisco, being connected with 
the former by cable and steam cars. It was 
incorporated as a town April 1, 1878, and 
now contains 6,000 inhabitants. The L'ni- 
versity of California is located here, and has 
o handsome and commodious buildings, with 
an observatory, the whole inclosed by beau- 
tiful grounds. It was incorporated by an 
act of the legislature in 1868, and admits 
students from all portions of the state. It is 
also the location of the Deaf and Dumb and 
Blind Institute, which has three fine brick 
buildings erected at a cost, im-luding the 
ground, of 8500,000. Four public schools 
are maintained, and have a large attendance. 
Religion is represented by Episcopalian, 
Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, Congre- 
gational and Catholic denominations. Of 
secret societies it has lodges of Masons, Odd 
Fellows, K. of P., A. 0. U. W., and others. 
It has good water-works, electric lights and 
two newspapers, the Advocate and Herald. 
Telephone, Sunset. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co., and local expresses. Mail, 
daily. P. Byrne, postmaster. 
Abbott Mrs JleUie J, notions, etc, Center nr 

Oxford. 

Acheson John, hotel and livery, cor Univer- 
sity and Shattuck aves. 

Adams Frank, boots and shoes. University 
ave cor 10th (W B). 

Alameda Water Co, Moses Hopkins pres, C 
A Grow sec, Shattuck ave nr Center. 

Alvarez Thomas, fruits, Bristol cor 7th (W B). 

Andersen IS is, cigars, University ave nr San 
Pablo ave (W B). 

Amies Wm D, prof English University Cal. 

Bacon Rev Thomas R (Congregational) and 
professor historj'- University of California. 

Barker James L, real estate, Dwight Way. 

Basset Harry, barber. 

Bates George, prin Berkeley Gymnasium, 
Atherton nr Allston Way. 

Baum John T, u}»holsterer, Dwi^rht Way. 

Berkeley Advoc-af e, H X Marquand 
Propr, Shattuck ave nr Addison. 

Berkeley Artili<'ial ^foiio <'o, W. 
J. Schmidt Contractor, cor .Srd and Dela- 
ware (W B) and 25 Shattuck ave (Berkeley) 

Berkeley Gymnasium, George Bates priu, 
Atherton nr Allston Way. 

Berkeley Herald, John McCarthy propr, 
Shattuck ave nr Center. 

Berkeley House (established 1875, first 
in W Berkeley) Richard Knott Propr, 3rd 
nr University ave (\V B). 



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Blackwell Mrs Sarah B, dry goods, Antisell 
Block. 

Bonn Mrs Mary E, saloon, 2d cor University 
ave (W B). 

Boyd Mrs Daniel W, dressmaker. Center nr 
Oxford. 

Bradley Cornelius B, prof English Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Broad Alphonso H, architect, Shattuck ave 
nr Addison. 

Brown Antonio, produce, 6th nr Bristol 
(W B). 

Brown Charles, grocer, 6th cor University 
ave (W B). 

Bruns D H & Co (D Henry Bruns, George 
Feddervitz) "grocers, SVV cor San Pablo 

Bunnell George W, prof Greek University 
of Cal. 

Byrne Napoleon B, postmaster. 

Casabonne Joseph B, saloon, 6th cor Dela- 
ware (W B). 

Christ Mrs Katie, saloon, 4th cor University 
ave (W B). 

Christy Samuel B, asst prof mining Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Clark John B, asst prof mathematics Uni- 
versity of Cal. 

Clark Mrs Rosa, saloon, 4th cor University 
ave (W B). 

Clock Miss Maud, teacher (W B). 

Commercia,! In<mii*a,nce Co of* 
Ca,l, J T Morrison Agent. 

Congdon & Co (Edward H Congdon) grocers, 
Shattuck ave nr Center and Dwight Way. 

Cook Finley, Ph B, sec University of Cal. 

Cooley J E, painter, University ave nr 9th 

Cormick John, wood, coal and hay. Univer- 
sity ave nr Shattuck ave. 

Crocker Miss Guilelme, teacher. 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute, Waring 
Wilkinson supt, cor Channing and Dwight 
Way. 

Doran Joseph, propr Franklin House, 3(i cor 
University ave (W B). 

Easton Giles A (Episcopal) Atherton cor 
Bancroft Way. 

Edmunds Miss Annie E, teacher. 

Edwards George C, asst prof mathematics. 
University of Cal. 

Eml>iiry Oeorge, Architect and Build- 
er, Dwight Way cor Shattuck ave. 



Erlandsen Andrew, hardware, Shattuck ave. 
Everding John, starch mnfr, 2d nr Bristol 
(W B). 

Fenton Mrs E J, dry goods, Dwight Way. 

Fischel Hotel, Julius Meyer propr, cor Uni- 
versity and Shattuck aves. 

Fischel S & Co (Simon Fischel and Jacob 
Bammel) meat market, University ave nr 
Shattuck ave. 

Foss Julius E, hack stable, Dwight Way. 

Foster Henry A, grocer, Berryman Station. 

Foster John C, grocer, 5th nr University ave 
(WB). 

Franklin House, Joseph Doran propr, 3d cor 

University ave (W B) 
French Miss Sarah T, teacher. 
Gayley Charles M, Prof. English University 

of Cal. 

Oa<za<iieg-o Jolm, Barber, University 

ave nr San Pablo ave (W B). 
Gompertz Miss Helen M, teacher. 
Good Robert W, boots and shoes, Dwight 

Way. 

Gruebelstein Joseph A, shoemaker,, Choate. 

Hann Thomas, meat market, Shattuck ave. 

Harris A C, teacher (W B). 

Hess Frederick G, prof mechanical engineer- 
ing University of Cal. 

Higgins James, saloon, San Pablo nr Univer- 
sity ave (W B). 

Hilgard Eugene W, prof agriculture Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Honer Joseph, boots and shoes, Shattuck ave 
nr Center. 

Howard Albert A, prof Latin University of 
Cal. 

Howison George H, prof philosophy Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Hubbard Frank G, instructor English Uni- 
versity of Cal. 

Hutton J A D, dentist, Gottshall Block. 

Jackson A Wendell, prof mineralogy Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Jacobs Miss Louise, teacher (W B). 

Jacquemin Miss Teresa, agent W U Tel Co, 
Dwight Way. 

Jones Wm Carey, prof U S history Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Keifer Miss Alice F, teacher. 

Kellogg Martin, prof Latin University of CaL 

Kenney Mrs Elizabeth N, stationery, Berk- 
eley Station. 

Knott Kicliard, propr Berkeley House, 
3rd nr University ave ( W B) . 

Kower Hermann, instructor instrumental 
drawing University of Cal. 

Landregan Bros (Thomas C and James T) 
proprs Hofburg Brewery, SE cor San 
Pablo and University aves ( W B). 

Landregan Dennis A, saloon, NE cor San 
Pablo and University aves (W B). 



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Le Conte John, prof of physics University of 
Cal. 

Le Conte Joseph, prof of geology University 
of Cal. 

Lumbard Miss Juliet H, teacher. 
McCarthy John, propr Berkeley Herald, 

Shattuck ave nr Center. 
McClain Joseph, grocer, and agent W F & 

Co, Shattuck ave cor Addison. 
McClure Miss Susie, teacher (W B). 
McDonald Miss Beatrice, teacher. 
Mcintosh Wm, blacksmith, Dwight Way. 
McLean F W, teacher. 

McNamara Joseph M, plumbing, wind-mills 
etc. Odd Fellow's Bldg. 

MacCargar Miss Addie J, agent S P Co, 
W F & Co, and W U Tel Co {W B). 

Maloney Peter, meat market, Channing Way. 

Marqnand Henry Propr Berke- 
ley Advocate, Shattuck ave nr Addison, 

Merrill Arthur B, drugs, Shattuck ave nr 
Addison. 

Meyer Julius, propr Fischel Hotel, cor Uni- 
versity and Shattuck aves. 

Monterichard Raymond, meat market. Uni- 
versity ave cor 9th (W B). 

Moore Andy, saloon, Center nr Shattuck ave. 

Morrison John T, real estate, Shattuck ave. 

Morse & Little (Ilalza A Morse, Oames R. 
Little) real estate, Shattuck ave nr Ad- 
dison. 

Moses Bernard, prof history University of 
Cal. 

Murray Timothy J, wood and coal. Univer- 
sity ave cor 8th (W B).) 

Nelson Frank E plumber. University ave 
(W B). 

Nelson & McLellan (Mads Nelson, Angus 
McLellan blacksmiths) University ave nr 
Shattuck ave. 

Nichelmann Paul, harnessmaker, Brun's Blk 
(W B). 

IVieliaiis Bros & Co, (Ernst and Otto 
Niehaus, Gustav A Schuster) Planing 
Mills, 1st cor Bristol (W B). 



Norman Mrs N F, teacher. 

Norris Charles R, biLiard saloon, opp Berke- 
ley Station. 

O'Brien John W, saloon, 5th cor University 
ave (W B). 

O'Keefe John, saloon, 6th nr Delaware 
(W B). 

O'Malley Michael J , tailor, Shattuck ave. 

O'Neill Edmond, instructor chemistry Uni- 
versity of Cal. 

Odd Fellows's Hall Assd, Arthur B Merrill 
sec, W H Chapman pres, proprs Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall. 

Ostermann Henry, saloon, 3d cor Univer- 
sity ave (W B) . 

I'ag'e Mrs I^etitia, Propr Revere 
House, Bristol cor 2nd (W B). 

Paget Felicien V, asst prof languages Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Patterson Albert L, propr Patterson express 
Shattuck ave. 

Peterson August, blacksmith, Addison S E 
cor San Pablo ave (W B). 

Phelps & Richards (George W Phelps and 
John W Richards) real estate, Shattuck 
ave nr Center. 

Phillips Rev I A (Catholic) Addison cor Cali- 
fornia. 

Pine Mrs Henry, dry goods, 6th nr Bristol. 
Putzker Albin, assoc prof German L^niversity 
of Cal. 

Raymond Wm G, instructor civil engineering 
University of Cal. 

Revere House, Mrs Letitia Page Propr, 
Bristol cor 2nd (W B). 

Richardson George M, instructor Latin Uni- 
versity of California, 

Riggs Mrs Margaret D, fancy goods. Center 
cor Shattuck ave. 

Rising Wm B, prof chemistry University of 
Cal. 

Rowley Mrs Sibyl, dressmaker, Center nr 

Shattuck ave. 
Rutledge Wm, druggist, 5th cor University 

ave (W B). 



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SAN FRANCISCO. 

Santos Eugene, grocer, 7thnrDeiaware(WB). 
Savage John M, hardware, Addison nr Sliat- 
tuck ave. 

Savage Joseph W, sewer pipe, Addison nr 
Shattuck ave. 

Sclimidt Oeorg-e, Real Estate and In- 
surance, 25 Shattuck ave. {See 2^- 155.) 

Sclimi«lt Wm J, Artificial Stone, cor 
3rd and Delaware (W B). 

Scotchler & Gottshall (Joseph L Scotchler 
and Louis Gottshall) real estate and insur- 
ance, Gottshall Building. 

Seguie George W, barber, University ave nr 
5th _(W B). 

Semeria Bros (Henry, Julius and Joseph) dry 
goods, 9th cor University ave (W B). 

Senger Joachim H, instructor German and 
Greek University of Cal. 

Slate Frederick, assoc prof physics Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

Smith George D, wall paper, D wight Way. 
Soule Frank, prof civil engineering Univer- 
sity of Cal. 

ance Co of N Z, W S Dibble Agent. 
Spencer John, carpenter, Dwight Way. 
Squires Miss Emily, teacher (W B). 
Stewart & Trowbridge (John K Stewart, 

Nelson S Trowbridge) grocers and wood 

and coal, Dwight Way. 
Stienhauser John, shoemaker, 6th nr Dela- 
ware (W B). 
StoflFer Frederick, grocer, Shattuck ave. 
Storck Charles L, meat market, 5th cor 

University ave (W B). 
Striugham Irving, professor mathematics 

University of Cal. 
Taylor Henry W, Lumber Dealer, 

2d bet Bristol and Delaware (W B). {See 

p. 155.) 

Teague Miss Katie, dry goods and postmas- 
ter, University ave nr 6fch (W B). 

Thienger Antone, bakery, 3d cor Bristol 
(WB). 

Thompson Mrs Mary, saloon, Shattuck ave. 
Underwood Byron E, plumber, San Pablo 

ave nr Addison (W B). 
University of California, Horace 

Davis LL D Pres, Finlay Cook Ph B Sec. 
Vasey John, blacksmith, Addison NW cor 

San Pablo ave (W B). 



Veght Henry, teacher. 
Voss Henry, barber, Shattuck ave. 
Wakeham Samuel, paints, Shattuck ave nr 
Addison. 

Warrington Samuel B, fruits, Shattuck ave. 
Waterbury Henry M, livery, Center nr 

Shattuck ave. 
Wellendorflf Louis, supt Alameda Water 

Co, Shattuck ave nr Center. 
Wells, Farg-o & Co, Joseph McClain 

Agent, Shattuck ave cor Addison. 
Welton Miss Lillie, teacher (W B). 
Whittemore Eev Everett T (Baptist) Center 

nr Shattuck ave. 
Wilkinson Waring, supt Deaf, Dumb and 

Blind Institute, cor Channing and Dwight 

Way. 

Williams Mrs Jane E, dressmaker, Dwight 
Way. 

Wood Charles B, shoemaker, Dwight Way. 
Woodward Bev (Methodist) Channing Way. 
Worthen Mrs Mary J, dressmaker, Dwight 
Way. 

Wright Jonathan G, bakery, Shattuck ave. 
Wulferdingen Charles E, saloon, Bristol cor 
3rd (W B). 



BERI^IIV. A station on the S. P. B. 

B, in Colusa count}', 19 miles by rail south of 
Colusa, the county seat and nearest bank, 
and 4 north of Arbuckle, the location of tel. 
and exp. offices. Mail, daily. F. A. Wohl- 
from, postmaster. 



BERiVAR]>0. A postoffice in San 
Diego county, 30 miles north of San Diego, 
the county seat. It is on the tri- weekly mail 
route between the latter place and Escondi- 
do, 4 miles north, the neai-est tel., exp., bank- 
ing and railroad shipping point. Poi3ulation, 
25. Principal products are hay, grain, fruit, 
live stock and honey. Stage, tri-weekly to 
Del Mar, on the coast 18 miles southwest. 
*Bell R J. 

Scliellenl>erg E IL<, General Store and 
Postmaster. 



BERRY CREEK. The postoffice 
at a place often called Virginia Mills, is lo- 
cated on West Canyon creek, a water-power 
stream in Bidwell township, Butte county, 
15 miles northeast of Oroville, the county 
seat, banking, shipping, tel. and exp. point, 
to which there are daily mail stages, via Bid- 
well's Bar; fare $2; also, to Qaincy, fare $8. 
There are four saw-mills here. Population, 
200. Products, vegetables, berries, fruit, 
and cereals. David Johnson; postmaster. 
Bingham A, fruit grower. 
*Bingham G H, fruit grower, music teacher. 
Flinn Joel, stock raiser. 



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Galen J, hotel. 

Gunn G W, hotel. 

Hambly D F C.. apiarist. 

Hood J H, stock raiser. 

Jolinsou I>avicl, Fruit Grower, Hotel 

and Postmaster. 
Lathrop W B & Son, blacksmiths, saw and 

feed mills. 
Moseley J R, general store. 
Mower Wm, carpenter. 

Orton Miss Alice, fruit grower and teacher. 

Orton Miss Fannie, fruit grower and teacher. 

Orton G V & Co, saw mill. 

Koth Herman, carpenter. 

Spaulding B F, fruit grower. 

Springer J & Co, saw mill. 

Winsor S, hotel, saw mill. 



BERRYE^SA. A village in Santa 
Clara county, 5 miles north of San Jose, the 
county seat, and banking, tel., exp., and 
shipping point. A Methodist church is here. 
Products, fruit. Population, 300. Mail, by 
special service from San Jose. 
Anderson Pliilip, Grocer and P M. 
Anderson & Beck, blacksmiths. 
Bacock N, grocer. 
Carey Bros, meat market. 
Guiennan R, blacksmith. 
*Tillotson Harlan. 
Wilson W L, physician. 
Wolfe Pvev J R (Methodist). 



BERRYESSA ITATJUEV, Napa 
county. See Monticello. 



BERRYVAI^E. 

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Siskiyou county. 



BERTHA. A postoffice 'and summer 
resort in Lake county, 17 miles east of Ukiah 
the shipping, tel., and exp. station, and 14 
north of Lakeport, the county seat and 
banking point. Population, 25. Mail, in 
summer daily, in winter tri- weekly. 
Mundy & Wannbold, Blue Lakes cannery. 
*Weismaii O, Hotel and Postmaster. 



BERWICK. A postoffice on the 
Klamath river, in Siskiyou county, 35 miles 
northeast of Yreka, the county seat, and 20 
northeast of Ager, the nearest tel. and ship- 
ping point. Near by are the Klamath Hot 
Springs and hotel. Communication is main- 
tained with Ager on the S. P. R. R., also 
with Linkville, Or., by stage. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. Mail, daily. 
Calkins J , lumber mnfr. 
Crews 0, general store. 
Edson E B, hotel. 



Eniitt H, Propr Klamath Hot Springs 

Hotel and Postmaster. 
Kester W, blacksmith. 
Picard F, general store. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, L F Edson Agent. 

BETHANY. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in San Joaquin county, 25 miles south- 
west of Stockton, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. It has a Congregational church. 
Population, 100. Wheat, barley and hay 
are shipped. Tel. W. U. Exp^ W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. 

*Hiitcli.ims-s J O, General Store, Black- 
smith and Postmaster. 

May Rev G (Congregational). 

Rosenberger John, agent W F & Co, W U 
Tel Co, and S P Co. 



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BIBWEI^E'S BAR. A postoffice 
in Butte county, 9^ miles northeast of Oro- 
ville, the county seat, nearest bank, tel. and 
exp. office. 

Forman W C, blacksmith. 



BIEBER. An incorporated towTi, set- 
tled in 1877, on Pitt river, in Lassen 
county, 80 miles north of Susanville, the 
county seat, and 108 northeast of Redding, 
the railroad, shipping and banking point. 
The town is situated in the best portion 
of Big Valley, lying near the center. Vast 
timber belts are 8 to 12 miles south and 
west of here, and 2 miles northeast a series 
of hot sulphur springs, destined to be valu- 
able. Products, cattle, horses, hay and 
grain. There are steam saw-mills, planing 
mill, furniture factory, shingle mil', and a 
weekly newspaper is published, The Moan- 
tain Tribune. There are 4 mail stage routes 
from this point daily, with fares: Adin, Si. 50; 
Alturas, $5; Lakeview, Or., !?10; Redding, 
$12; tri- weekly, Sissons, §7.50; Lookout, %\; 
semi- weekly, Susanville, §7; weekly, Clear 
Lake, $7. Population, 150. Exp., W. F. k 
Co. Tel. and bank, at Redding. Mail,|daily. 
N. Bieber, postmaster. 
Andrews Otis, stock raiser. 
Babcock A, blacksmith. 
Babcock Wm, cabinet maker. 
Ballew Charles F, furniture mnfr. 
Bean George H, stock raiser. 
Bidwell H, blacksmith. 
*Biel>er IS, Lawyer, Notary Public, Real 

Estate, Agent W F Sc Co and Postmaster. 
Boyd J T Jr, commission agent. 
Brassan I C, blacksmith. 
Calavan J J, l)hvcksmith. 
Carroll C W H, blacksmith. 
Duulap Ida, teacher. 
Doolittle Mrs E T, restaurant. 



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Dowell N, blacksmith. 

Estill Leviiia, teacher. 

Estill W K, stock raiser. 

Ford Thomas P, publr Mountain Tribune. 

Gibbons J T, planing mill and carpenter. 

Goerig Antone, stock raiser. 

Goerig Charles, livery. 

Goerig Wm, stock raiser. 

Herrick A C, stock raiser. 

Holcomb C A, constable. 

Holl James H, stock raiser. 

Jones Henry, stock raiser. 

Jones J M, wool grower. 

Knox George, wool grower. 

Kramer Louis, stock raiser. 

McCrary J F, wool grower. 

McGuiness Frank, saw mill. 

Mayhew C A, stock raiser. 

Merrill Charles H, stock raiser. 

Meyer Frederick, stock raiser. 

Mountain Tribune, Thomas P Ford publr. 

Packwood J K, dairy. 

Packwood Jeremiah, painter. 

Packwood Wm, meat market. 

Page Bros, shingle milL 

Perkins C W, stock raiser. 

E-alls L L, saloon. 

Reavis J J, stock raiser. 

Roney W H, teacher. 

Rucker R S, hotel. 

Rudee W, general store. 

Schooler W R, drugs and varieties. 

Stainbrook H, carpenter. 

Symonds H K, carpenter. 

Van Mall J J, physician. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, N Bieber agent. 

Widow Valley Mill Co, saw mill. 

Wilson T W, stock raiser. 

Wolfsen H C, stock raiser. 

Woodin Mrs M P, teacher. 

mo KjIcR. A postofl&ce and mining 
camp, also known as Cox's Bar, in Trij^ity 
county, 26 miles west of Weaverville, the 
county seat and banking point, and 73 north- 
west of Redding, the nearest shipping point. 
Population in vicinity, 100. Schoolchildren 
in the district, 16. Mail, weekly. 
*John8on C J, justice of the peace. 
Tinsley J A, general store aad stock raiser. 
Willsliire Wm, Postmaster. 



BIO «S:i^l>. A settlement in Butte 
county, devoted to mining and fruit raising, 
located 16 miles north of Oroville, the coun- 
ty seat and bank, tel., and exp. point, with 
which it is connected by telephone and daily 
stage. Fare $2, round trip |3. Population, 
50. Mail, daily. Andrew K. Beatson, post- 
master. 

Beatson A K, Supt Big Bend Tunnel 
and Mining Co, and Postmaster. 

Big Bend Tunnel and Mining Co, A K Beat- 
son supt. 

Harkness Ed, Mngr Thermalito Col- 
ony Co. 

Kingsbury Galen, fruit grower. 
Knowlton Mrs Allora, fruit grower. 
Mullen Wm H, fruit grower. 



BIO 1>KY CREEK. Apostofficein 
Fresno county, 12 miles northeast of Fresno, 
the county seat, shipping, tel., exp. and 
banking point. Farm products raised! 
Semi- weekly mail stage to Fresno and Tol. 
House, the latter 18 miles northeast. 
Sliortridg-e Wm General Store, 

Blacksmith and Postmaster. 



BIO JVIEABOWS. 

See Prattville. 



Plumas county. 



BIO OAK EI^AX. A mining town, 
first located in 1850, in Tuolumne county, 24 
miles south of Sonora, the county seat, and 
43 via mail route east of Oakdale, the near- 
est shipping and banking point. In the vi- 
cinity are quartz mills, a Catholic church, 
and 150 inhabitants. Tri- weekly stages to 
Groveland, fare 25 cents; Chinese Camp, $2; 
and to Sonora, Modesto and intermediate 
places. Shipments, grain, lumber, wine and 
gold. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., at Chinese 
Camp. Mail, tri-weekly. F. Murrow, post- 
master. 

Big Oak Flat and Yoseniite Stage Co. 

Cavagnaro John, mine propr. 

Culbertson J F, wine mnfr. 

Ferretti Joseph, wine mnfr. 

Fisk J, quartz mill. 

Harper C L, carpenter. 

Longfellow D F, propr Butler mine. 

McCarthy J W, blacksmith. 

Meekin A G, cabinet maker. 

*]fIiirrow E, Books and Stationery, Jus- 
tice of Peace, Notary Public, Agent W F 
& Co and Postmaster. 

Priest W C, hotel. 

Raggio M A, general store. 

Wells, Eargo & Co, F Murrow Ag't. 



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ISIGi I»ir%'E. A settlement on Owens 
riv^er in Inyo county, 2^ miles southwest of 
Alvord station, on the Carson and Colorado 
K. R., and 30 north of Independence, the 
county seat and banking point. Mining is 
carried on in the vicinity. Population, 100. 
Products, grain, hay, honey, vegetables and 
live stock. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. A. K. Eugley, postmaster. 
Allerton 0, apiarist. 
Baker Mrs, fruit grower. 
Bell Mrs, fruit grower. 
Conn & Trudo, borax shippers. 
Crocker Bros, hotel and meat market. 
Engle C, saloon. 

*Eiigley A K, General Store and P M . 
Hale M agent Wells, Fargo & Co, W U 

Tel Co and C and C K R. 
Hall Joseph, apiarist. 
Hay J M. fruit grower. 
Hession R, stock raiser. 
McDonald A C, blacksmith. 
Meyers C L, stock raiser. 
Newman L M, fruit grower, 
Ober Mrs C W, dressmaker. 
Sanger Gustave, stock raiser. 
Smith J H, grape grower. 
Thomas & Hill, general store. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, M N Hale Agent. 
Whi taker R, barber. 



BIO TREE SXATION. Mariposa 
county. See Wawona. 



BIO TREES. The name of the post- 
office at the famous Calaveras Big Tree 
Grove, in Calaveras county, about 30 miles 
east of San Andreas, the county seat, and 44 
north-east of Milton, the nearest railroad 
station, and 16 north-ea?=t of Murphy's, the 
tel. and exp. location. Nearest bank, Stock- 
ton, 65 miles. Mail, daily, except from No- 
vember to April, when it is weekly. 
Elias M, saloon, 
Gardner John, general store. 



McKay Bros, saw mill. 

Sperry James !<, Hotel and Post- 
master. 

Woods George S, general store. 



BIO TREES. Santa Cruz county. A 
station on the Santa Cruz division of the S. 
P. R. R., 74 miles south of San Francisco 
and 1 south of Felton, the nearest postoffice, 
exp. and tel. station. A grove of very large 
redwood trees in this vicmity is an object 
of curiosity, and attracts the attention of pic- 
nic and excursion parties during the summer 
months. 



BIOOS. A prosperous town on the 
S. P. R. R. , in Butte county, 14J miles 
southwest of Oroville, the county seat, and 
163 northeast of San Francisco. It is the 
trading point for a large section of good ag- 
ricultural country. The principal products 
are wheat, barley, wool, fruit and stock. It 
contains three churches. Baptist, M. E. South 
and U. Brethren; a public school with four 
teachers and 300 scholars; water works; a 
public hall seating 500, a bank, capital §50,- 
000; and a newspaper,, the Biggs Argus. 
Telephone service to Sacramento and adjoin- 
ing towns. Daily stage to Oroville, fare^l. 
Population, 1,100. Tel., W\ U. and P. P. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. I^Iail, daily. C. S. 
Quimby, postmaster. 
Bayles Mrs A, restaurant. 
Beale John, fruit grower. 
Bevan J T, principal Hamilton school. 
Biggs Arg-tis, J M Cofi'man Editor and 

Publr. [Seep. 159.) 
Bishop W, carpenter. 
Blackford S S, carpenter. 
Bolt W & Son (Warren & Louis) boots and 

shoes. 

Boulware Thomas, fruit grower. 
Bradley Rev M G (Baptist.) 
Bredimus Frank, saloon. 
Brink Henry S, blacksmith. 



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Brown Miss Aniia, teacher. 
Brown C S, veterinary surge-^n. 
Bruton S J, justice of the peace. 
Butler Charles F, cabinet maker and under- 
taker. 

Caldwell Buchanan, physician and druggist. 
Carrington S H L, constable. 
Cleaveland Wm R, physician. 
Coffmait Josepli M, Editor and Publr 

Biggs Argus; Notary Public and Insurance 

[See. p. 159.) 
Cohn Hersh, general store. 
Commercial Insurance Co oi* 

Cal, J A Foster Agent. 
Ditzler George F, real estate. 
Doty Wm M, hardware. 
Drepperd Winfield S, contractor. 
Elmore Benton, jeweler. 
Fisher Rev Francis (United Brethren). 
Forsman Dessie A, teacher. 
Foster Joseph A, agent W F & Co, W U 

Tel Co and S P Co. 
Gaines F A, hardware. 
Gough Rev M J (Meth South) 
Orein Pliilip, Propr Planters' Stable. 
Griffith & Stose (Fred D Griffith and Willis 

C Stose) general store. 
Hamilton Brass Band, W D Parker sec. 
Hamilton House, Lines & Webber proprs. 
Hastings John M, meat market. 
Hawkins Orwin C, physician. 
Hazelbush Fred, fruit grower. 
Herbert George W, insurance. 
Hicks John L, carpenter. 
Israel A, carpenter, 
Johnson John B, barber. 
Kemper Francis C, dressmaker. 
King Mrs Birdie, teacher. 
La Point Bros (Moses and Nathan) general 

store. 

Lines & Webber (S W Lines, E C Webber) 

proprs Hamilton House. 
Lockhart Florence R, teacher. , 
Lucas P G, book agent. 
Marshall Sylvester, blacksmith. 
Meyers J W, lumber. 
Miller George, saloon. 
Moody T F, justice of peace. 
Odd Fellows Hall Assn, J A Foster sec. 
Oroville Stage Line, J D Finnicum propr. 
Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, W D Parker a^t. 



Parker Melvin W, saloon. 

Parker Mrs S W, dressmaker. 

Parker Wm 1>, News Depot, Agent 
Pacific Postal Tel Co. Notions and Jew- 
elry Books and Stationery. 

Parker & Wiley (L G Parker, Calton Wiley) 
saloon. 

Planters' Stable, Philip Grein Propr. 
Porter Charles H, grain broker and real es- 
tate. 

Quimby C S, postmaster. 

Quimby & Coffinan (C S Quimby, Joseph M 

Coffman) real estate, 
Sharkey Wm, lawyer. 
Silvey Antone, barber. 
Smith Gilman K, banker. 
Smith Lewis C, blacksmith. 
Snow Wm, general store. 
Spence Charles 0, grain buyer and insurance 

agent. 

Stanley John D, blacksmith. 

Streeter Daniel, fruit grower, stock raiser. 

Walker Wm A, brick mnfr. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, J A Foster Agt. 

Western Union Tel Co, J A Foster agent. 

White J M, printer. 

Woodford F, plumber. 

Woods N F, livery. 



BIjrOU. Formerly called Rowland, is 
situated on the south shore of Lake Tahoe, 
in El Dorado county, 65 miles east of Pla- 
cerville, the county seat, and 40 south 
of Truckee, the nearest railroad and shipping 
point. Nearest bank, at Carson City, Nev., 
27 miles northeast. Tel. and exp. offices, 
at Genoa, Nev., 15 miles northeast. Daily 
steamers make the circuit of the lake in the 
summer, and semi-weekly the rest of the 
year. Weekly mail stages, to Placerville, 
fare, $6. Mary V. Vair, postmaster. 
Bliss D L, lumber mnfr. 
Clement E, hotel. 
Holdridge H D, stage line. 
Lawrence J, hotel. 
Meyers George, hotel. 
Miller J J, cooper. 
Parrish Charles, saloon. 
Ramsay A "IV, General Store. 
Roupe A W, cooper. 
Woodburn Robert, lumber mnfr. 



ItI]^OEJ^. A discontinued postoffice 
in Tehama county, 9 miles southwest of Cot- 
tonwood, the nearest mail office. 

BII\OHAI»ITON. A small settle- 
ment in Solano county, 18 miles northeast of 
Fairfield, the county seat, and 7 south of 
Dixon, the shipping, tel. and exp., and bank 
location. It has a Methodist church, 20 in- 



VISIT OR 
WRITE TO 



THE J. DEWING COMPANY. 



Books, Fine Stationery, 
Imported -I. eatber Cioods. 

FLOOD BUILDINQ, 813 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



THEODORE LENZEN 

110 South Second Street, San Jo6e, Cal. 
Residence, Lenzsn Avenue 



ARCHITECT 



{Plans, Specifications and Details 
drawn for public and private 
buildings, and sui)erintended in 
any part of the State. 



Binghamton 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Bishop 161 



habitants, and ships barley. Tri- weekly 
mail stage to Dixon; fare 50 cents. 
Smith W H, Blacksmith, Wagonmaker 
and Postmaster. 



BIRD'S I^A^'I>Ii\0. Located in 
1876 on Montezuma slough, Solano county, 
17 miles southeast of Fairfield, the county 
seat, and 4| north of CoUinsville, its shipping 
point. It contains a Methodist church and 
50 inhabitants. Products, wheat and butter. 
Bank and express facilities at Suisun, to 
which there are semi- weekly, mail stages; 
fare, $1. Tel., P. P. M. Dinkelspiel, P. M. 
Barkway Rev R H (Methodist) . 
Bird Henry Jr, agent W U Tel Co. 
Bird John, warehouse. 

Bird. & Binkelspiel, General Store. 

Burriere Jerry, saloon. 

Binkelspiel Postmaster. 

Dozier Charles, physician. 

Jolo John, saloon. 

Kearny Charles, saloon. 

Kennedy Wm Z, blacksmith. 

Mein R, warehouse. 

Romer & Swanson. meat market. 

Swain J W, shoemaker and barber. 

Weingartner Mrs E, hotel. 



BISHOP. Formerly known as Bishop 
Creek, is a thriving town of 600 inhabitants 
in Inyo county, on Owens river, 5 miles from 
Bishop Station, on the Carson and Colorado 
Railroad, 48 north of Independence, the 
county seat, and 509 from San Francisco. 
It contains Baptist and Methodist churches, 
a weekly newspaper, the Inyo Register, steam 
planing, flouring and feed mill". Gold and 
silver mining in the vicinity. Wheit, corn, 
oats, barley, alfalfa, potatoes, and fruits are 
the products of the vicinity. Telephone, to 
Bishop Station. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F, 
& Co. Mail stage, daily, to the station, and 
semi-weekly to Round valley, 16 miles north- 
west; fare, |1. A. M. Given, postmaster. 
Albers John, blacksmith. 
Allin S S, sash, doors and blinds. 
Andrews F K & Co, meat market. 
Bishop Bottling Works, J Williams mngr. 
Black J H, saloon. 
Bourland J L, meat market. 
Bulpitt J H, general store. 
Bunney W T, carpenter and justice. 
Burgess Mrs J H, milliner. 
Chalfant P A & Son proprs Inyo Register. 
Chalfant W A, band leader. 
Chapman S A, dentist. 
Clark Rev A (Baptist), 
Clark Mrs R A, hotel. 
Clarke Edward M, veterinary surgeon. 
Clarke John, stage propr. 



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Cohn Asher, general store, agent W F & Co. 

Dalton Miss Maggie, dressmaker, 

Davis George, tailor. 

Dixon Mrs M W, teacher. 

Dixon Prof W G, teacher. 

Dugan & Blair, flour mill. 

Dunlap J E, harnessmaker. 

Dunn W J, blacksmith. 

Elkeles J, general store. 

Fogg Charles G, paint«i*. 

Foorraan, Solomon, meat market. 

Forbes P W, law3'er. 

Freeman A C. assay er. 

Friedline A, barber. 

George W K, physician. 

George W P, lawyer. 

*Oiveii A.rtliiir ]TI, Postmaster. 

Oiven. & In^a^lls^, General Store and 

Broom Mnfrs. 
Hall H, propr Valley View Hotel. 
Hampton 0, carpenter. 
Hardy George H, teacher. ^ 
Hartshorn H, hotel. 
Howell H H, physician. 
Inyo County Academy. 
Inyo' Register. 

Inyo Register, P A Chalfant & Son proprs. 

Jones J D, saloon. 

Koch J, barber. 

Little W J, carpenter, 

McEvers Rev Charles (Methodist), 

McKay Charles A, carpenter, 

McKnight S P, civil engineer, 

Matlack Mrs E E, milliner and dressmaker. 

Meroney W 0, general store. 

Munzinger & Phillipay, brewers. 

Murphy A J, saloon. 

O'Neal Robert, livery. 

Orr Mrs & L P, photographers. 

Pearson & McBride, water works. 

Plumley -A, constable. 

Schivelf A R, agent W U Tel Co and C & 

C R R. 
Scholer Edward, blacksmith. 
Scott B F, harnessmaker. 
Scott R W, jewelry. 
Shannon J H, county supt schools. 
Shelly James, planing and feed mills. 
Smith S F, livery. 
Sneden Seth G, notary public. 
Stevens Mrs M P] T, hardware. 
Storey George, mining. 
Valley View Hotel, O H Hall propr. 
Way R, plasterer. 

Wells, Fsirg-o & <^o, Asher Cohn Agt. 
Williams Ja-^per, mngr Bishop Bottling Wks. 
Willis (leorge F, teacher. 
Wonacott C, ca»-pcnter. 
Woodworth Theodore H, carpenter. 
Wright H E, druggist. 
Zimmerman W L, sliofTn.ikcr. 

Fruit Growers' Supplies. 
Graders, Screens, and 
Baskets of Galvanized Wire. 



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Black's Station 



MATTHIAS GRAY CO. 

General Agents for 

ERNEST GABLERJRANICH & BACH, 

G. Roenisch, and tlie Pease Pianos. 

306 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 



See Bishop. 



luyo county. 



ISIi^JIOP STATION. Inyo county. 

See Lairs. 



BITTER WATER. A postoffice 
in San Benito county, about 50 miles south- 
east of Hollister, the county seat, and 14 
miles northeast of King City, the railroad, 
shipping, exjj., and tel. station. Nearest 
bank at Salinas. Wheat and live stock t]\e 
principal products. This is a new country, 
just developing. The valley, 10 miles long 
and II wide, consists of land of the very- 
best quality, and at low price. Semi- 
weekly mail stages, to Lonoak, Peach Tree, 
King City, Priest Valley, and Warthan. 
Mrs. Cornelia L. Tully, postmaster. 
Andrews & Chambers, apiarists. 
Bitter Water String and Cornet Band. 
Deward George, stock raiser. 
Ramirez M C, stage propr. 
Rubell C F, teacher and insurance. 
Eubell W H, dentist and.justice of the peace. 
Small R H, nursery. 
TulJy Bros, stock raisers. 
Tiilly Mrs Cornelia E, Postmaster. 
Tully E C, lawyer. 
Tully J C, blacksmith. 

*Tiilly R R, Poultry Breeder and News 

j^gnnt. 
Trickey H, apiarist. 



BEACK BEAR. A mining camp, 
on Black Bear creek, in Siskiyou county, 63 
miles southwest of Yreka, the county seat, 
45 southwest of Fort Jones, the nearest 
banking point, and 66 southwest of Gazelle, 
its shipping station. Gold is mined, and a 
32-stamp quartz mill is operated by power 
from the cre«k. Mail, tri- weekly from Etna 
Mills. 

Baggett JTolin, Supt Black Bear & M 
Co and Postmaster. 

BEACK BIAIflOIVB. The post- 
office at New York Landing, on Suisun bay, 
in Contra Costa county, 16 miles east of 
Martinez, the county seat, and 1 from Corn- 
wall Station. The village contains Catholic 



and Protestant churches, about 200 inhab- 
itants, and ships coal, grain, and fish. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Bank, at Martinez. Mail, 
daily. 

Boltz A, groceries and saloon, 
(xuanganella G, saloon. 
Melliana Jacob, saloon. 

Raney J F, general store and agt W F & Co. 
Senderman A, general store. 
Street Peter, hotel. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, J F Raney Agent. 



BEACK MOEI^'TAII^. A postoffice 
in San Diego county, 35 miles north of San 
Diego, the county seat and banking point, 
and 8 east of Del Mar, the railroad, shipping, 
tel. and exp. station, with which it is con- 
nected by tri-weekly mail stage. This is a 
farming community. Telephone to Los Pe- 
nasquitas Ranch. Tri-weekly mail stage, also, 
to Bernardo, 11 miles northeast. 
*Clark M P. 

Wetmore Ifirs Oeorgia A, Post- 
master. 



BEACK POir^^T. The postoffice at 
Novato, a station on the S. F. & N. P. R. R., 
in Marin county, 11 miles north of San 
Rafael, the county seat and banking point, 
and 26 north of San Francisco. The soil, 
water and climate are excellent, and fruit, 
grain and dairy products are shipped. Sun- 
set Telephone. Exp., W. F. & Co. MaU, 
daily. J. B. Redmond, postmaster. 
Burdell Galen, grape grower, 
De Long T C, fruit grower. 
Ercke A, hotel. 
Faggiano J B, constable. 
Haven J Q A, justice of peace and agent S 

F&NPRR. 
Hayden E W, fruit grower. 
Heim Albert, shoemaker. 
Johnson Wm, blacksmith. 
McKenna P, blacksmith, 
Redmond J B, Postmaster. 
Scott A D, general store and agt W F & Co. 
Scown A G, saloon. 
Scown Mrs A G, hotel. 
W^ells, Fargo & Co, A D Scott Agt. 



BEACK POEXT. 

See Fishermen s Bay. 



Sonoma county. 



BEACK'S STATIOI^. A station 
on the S. P. R. R., in Yolo county, 11 miles 
northwest of Woodland, the county seat and 
nearest bank location. It is situated in the 
northern citrus belt, and the land in the 
vicinity is well adapted for fruit raising of 
all kinds; land varies from ^30 to $75 per 
acre. Principal shipments, wheat and 



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SAN FRANCISCO, 
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PORTLAND, OR. 



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INCORPORATED 
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Black's Station 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Blue Canyon 163 



raisias. Population 75. Telephone con- 
nection, Sunset Tel. -Tel. Co. Exp., "W. F. 
& Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. W. B. 
Black, postmaster. 

Adams & Rose (W 8 Adams, L Rose) 

proprs Black's Hotel. 
Anderson Bros, grape growers. 
Black F Edwin, constable. 
Black James J, mngr BrowneU & Co. 
Black Wm B, meat market and postmaster. 
Brownell & Co, warehouse, J J Black mngr. 
Burger Lynford, saloon. 
Clausen Hall, H A Clausen propr. 
Clausen Henry A, wine mnfr. 
Crites Ephraim Q, raisin grower. 
Cunningham Bros, poultry breeders. 
*Dillon John F, physician. 
Franke August, saloon. 
Hershey D N, raisin grower. 
Houx Gr R, druggist. 

Munger Samuel W, general store, insurance 

and agent Sunset Tel Co. 
Murphy John H, blacksmith and justice of 

the peace. 

Rollins James S, painter and carriage trim'r 
Roth Reinhardt. saloon. 
Rusing Edward S, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Sandrock Wm, blacksmith. 
Shannon Michael P, shoemaker. 
Springer Frederick, wine mnfr. 
Squier Mrs Delia, restaurant. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Edward S. Ru- 
sing Agent. 
Weyand Theodore E, wine mnfr. 
"Wohlfrom John, capitalist. 



BIL< A3fCO. A postoffice located on the 
Salinas river, in Monterey county, 6 miles west 
of Salinas, the county seat. Cooper's Switch, 
3 miles distant on the S. P. R. R., is the 
nearest shipping point. Products, beans, po- 
tatoes, barley, wheat and mustard. Popu- 
lation, 200. Tel., exp. and bank, at Salinas. 
Mail, tri-weekly. 
Fameuf & Payne, blacksmiths. 
I^bnis Cliarles, General Store and 

Agent S P Co. 
Louis L, warehouse. 
Pierson W T, agent W U Tel Co. 
Potter D W^ blacksmith. 
Potter WiUis, blacksmith. 



BI.0C:KSBI;R€SH. a postoffice in 
Humboldt county, 74 miles southeast of Eu- 
reka, the county seat and nearest bank loca- 
tion. It has about 100 inhabitants. Ship- 
ments should be made via Field's Landing to 
Hydesville, 45 miles northwest. Daily mail 
stages through here between Hydesville and 
Ukiah. Fare to the former, $4.50. D. L. 
O'Connor, postmaster. 



Blockburger B, general store. 
Coates R G, justice of the peace. 
Cooper & Curless, saloon. 
Curless Mrs M, dressmaker. 
Davis A, constable. 
Hamann Peter, saloon. 
Hamann P T, hotel and livery. 
Hodgson J E, teacher. 
Laley C C, telegraph agent. 
McLean A, hotel. 
Marble J S & Co, general store. 
O'Coiinor I> t.. Druggist, Dentist, No- 
tions, and Postmaster. 
O'Connor E, milliner. 
Perry J B, carpenter. 
Prior D, blacksmith. 
Roland R, carpenter. 
Senteney J T, carpenter. 
Smith Rev J M. 
Stapp B F, hotel. 
*Tooby George J. 
West Miss M, teacher. 



BI.OO:fIFIEi:.]>. Located at the 
head of Big Valley, Sonoma county, on the 
daily mail stage route between Petaluma and 
Valley Ford, 15 miles northwest of the for- 
mer and 4 east of the latter, which is its 
preferable shipping point, and 17 southwest 
of Santa Rosa, the county seat. The village 
has 200 inhabitants, a flour mill, Methodist 
and Presbyterian churches, and a good pub- 
lic school. Exp. and tel. at Valley Ford. 
Bank, at Tomales, 6^ miles southwest. Tele- 
phone, to Petaluma. Products, dairy and 
farm. Mail, daily, 
Cockrill Bruce T, justice of the peace. 
Crose John M, carpenter. 
Dunbar W A, barber. 

Knapp A 11, General Store, Livery, P M 

Knapp G W, fruit dryer. 

Lefebvre M, hotel. 

Melmer George, barber. 

Sellords Charles, constable. 

Slattery W H, saloon. 

Stilwell Valencourt, grocer and meat market. 
Swan John N", carpenter. 
Turner J A, Blacksmith. 



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BIjUE <.^A.lfYO!\. A mining camp 
postoffice focated on the headwaters of the 
American river, in Placer county, and a sta- 
tion on the S. P. R. R., 42 miles northeast 
of Auburn, the county seat. Population, 1 10. 
The nearest bank is at Dutch Flat, 12 miles 
southwest. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. 
Iveson J, hotel. 

Kuapp •! B, Agent W F & Co, W U g ^ 
Tel Co, S P Co, and Postmaster. - - 

Piterman L C, hotel and saloon. 



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San Francisco, Cal. 
Portland, Or. 
Galveston, Texas. 

Bodega Roads 



I W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 



HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, STEAMBOATS, ETC., 

FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH 

CARPETS, FUENITDRE AND UPHOLSTERY. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

BI^UE I^AME. A rapidly growing 
town on Mad river, and a station on the 
Areata and Mad Eiver Railroad, in Humboldt 
county, 14 miles northeast of Eureka, the 
county seat. Bank at Areata. The village 
contains Catholic and Presbyterian church- 
es, saw mills, shingle mills, ships lumber 
and farm and dairy products. Population, 
600. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel. at Areata. 
Telephone connection with Areata and 
Eureka. Weekly mail to Maple Creek, and 
semi-weekly to Hoopa Valley. Mail, daily. 
S. Baxter, postmaster. 
Appleby John, painter. 
Bauer V, supt H L M Co. 
Baxter Mrs S, Dry and Fancy Goods, 

Stationery, 'etc. 
Biggs S F, saloon, 

Brizard A, general store and railroad agent. 
Brooks W H, editor Northern Advocate. 
Chamberlin & Geer, stock raisers. 
Chandler, Henderson & Co, saw mill. 
Crawford J E, general store, agt W F & Co. 
Day A H, teacher. 
Devlin Mrs Kate, teacher. 
Doling John, propr Mountain View Hotel. 
Dow George, blacksmith. 
Fetterly D, shingle mill. 
Freeman B S, bakery. 
Garner G, livery. 

Greenwood J C, propr Greenwood House and 

constable. 
Groh Richard, barber. 
H L M Co, V Bauer supt, saw mill. 
Holesworth J, propr Blue Lake Hotel. 
Ingham W, saloon. 
Jackson H, supt Riverside Mill Co. 
Mahan James, teacher. 
Marvin G D, physician. 
Moulton P, druggist and insurance agent. 
Northern Advocate, W H Brooks editor. 
Nugent Rev Father (Catholic). 
Power T W, teacher. 

Riverside Mill Co, H Jackson supt, lumber 

mnfrs. 
Russell A, glove mnfr. 
Scott W, saloon. 

*Skinner Ed M, insurance agent and justice 

of the peace. 
Smith E W, meat market. 
Smith G, saloon. 



Smith James, teacher. 
Smith Mrs M K, teacher. 
Teali J C, shoemaker. 
Vaissade Benjamin, shingle mill. 
Vandine W W, fruit and candies. 
Vreeland J E, general store. 
Wade & Campbell, carpenters. 
Wells, Eargo & Co, J E Crawford 
agent. 

Woods H S & Sons, stock raisers. 
Worthington Mrs, boarding house. 



BI^UE XEiWT. A discontinued post- 
office, 5 miles northeast of Nevada City, the 
county seat, nearest postoffice, exp., tel. and 
banking point. Some mining is carrie 
in the vicinity. 

IIEYTllEI>Ai:.E. A station on the 
N. P. C. R. R., 4 miles north of Sausalito, 
and 10 northwest of San Francisco. No 
postoffice. 

BOCA. First located in 1868 in Nevada 
county, a station on the S. P. R. R., 84 
miles by rail east of Nevada City, the county 
seat, and 27 southwest of Reno, N e v. , the near- 
est banking location. It is at the junction of 
the Big and Little Truckee rivers, which 
furnish excellent power, utilized partially by 
the Boca Mill Co. It has a population of 
400, a public school, a brewery, and the saw 
mills of theBoea Mill Co. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Joseph M. Doan, 
postmastar. 

Blanchette Louis, saloon. 

BocaBrewing Co, Jacob Endres pres, brewery. 

Boca Mill Co, James McDonald supt, general 

store, lumlaer mnfrs and wood. 
De Bernardi Jule, blacksmith. 
Doan Joseph Iff, Shoemaker and P. M. 
Doan J W, agent W F & Co. 
Frey Frank J, meat market. 
Hill Miss, teacher. 
Joyce Nellie, teacher. 
Lewis C insurance agent. 
McDonald James, supt Boca Mill Co. 
McLellan C R, saloon and carpenter. 
March J C, agent S P Co, and W U Tel Co. 
Perazzo Bros, dairy. 
Sherritt Bros, hotel. 
Woodward Wm, dairy. 



BOBEOA COKI^ERS. 

county. See Smith's Ranch. 



Sonoma 



BOBEOA ROABS. A station on 
the N. P. C. R. R., in Sonoma county, 2 
miles south of Freestone, the nearest post- 
office, and 3 north of Valley Ford. 
Morris J C, aarent Wells, Fargo & Co. 



Pacific Manufecturing Co. 
I 575 Mission St. , San Francisco 



HARTFORD 



FIRE INS. CO. BELDEN & COFRAN, 



Organized 1794. 
AssetSj $8,142,434.49. 



Managei-s Pacific Wept. 
313 California St., San Francisco 



Bodie 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Bonny Boon 165 



BODIE. Located at an altitude of 
9,000 ft. above sea level, is situated in Mono 
county, 20 miles east of Bridgeport, tlie 
county seat, and 40 southwest of Hawthorne, 
Nev., its shipping point, on the Carson and 
Colorado R. R. Two churches, a public 
school and a newspaper, the Bodie Evening 
Miaer are maintained. In the vicinity are 
several large quartz mills. Daily mail stages 
to Bridgeport and Hawthorne. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. P. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Albone Mrs S W, music teacher. 
Arrild A, livery. 

Bodie Consolidated Mining Co, John W 

Kelly supt. 
Bodie Evening Miner, Orlando E Jones editor 
Bodie Railway and Lumber Co. 
Boone Harvey, general store. 
Boyd N W, propr Occidental Hotel. 
Butler Wilson, blacksmith. 
Carrion M, brewery. 
Cohen Henry, dry goods. 
Delury & Oarcia, saloon. 
Domniconi G, grocer. 
Donnelly C, meat market. 
Gensler 8, general store. 
Goodson D V, physician. 
Hogan Patrick, saloon. 

Jones Orlando E, editorBodie Evening Miner. 

Kelly C H, furniture and undertaker, 

Kubiman Bros, druggists. 

Lazard A R, notary public. 

Leale R A, soda water mnfr. 

Leale Mrs R A, milliner. 

Loose WAR, assayer. 

Mono Mining. Co, John W Kelly supt. 

Moyle Bros, stationery, cigars, etc. 

Moyle J W, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Netherton W H, watchmaker. 

Renter George W, banker and broker. 

Roush Wm, agent The Bodie Store. 

Salisbury N J, boots, shoes and dry goods. 

Seiler August, saloon. 

Soderling A, assayer. 

Standard Cons Mining Co. 

The Bodie Store, Wm Roush agent, general 

merchandise. 
Tobin Peter, saloon. 
Wallheim Philip, shoemaker, 
Willard Frank P, lawyer. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, J W Moyle Agent, 
Wells Joseph, foundry. 



BOGrUS. A farming settlement in Sis- 
kiyou county, 21 miles northeast of Yreka, 
the county seat and nearest banking point, 
and 9 northeast of Ager, its shipping point. 
The products are grain and vegetables. 
Tel.. and exp, at Ager, with which there is 
daily mail stage service, 
Bloomingcamp Henry, stock raiser. 



B]oo]niiig-ca.inp J olin. Stock Raiser 

and Postmaster, 
Cheesebruugh L, stock raiser. 
Frame C W, lumber mnfr. 
Hahn D D, stock raiser. 
Herzog George, painter. 
Jones J J, hop-grower. 
Lennox Walter, stock raiser. 
Lennox Wm, stock raiser. 
McClintock W K, stock raiser, 
Mulloy Dennis, stock raiser, 
Neville Mrs, poultry breeder. 
Otto George, lumber mnfr. 
Snack enburg Mrs, general store. 
Stroiield Frederick, stock raiser. 
White J, stock raiser. 



BOIjINAS. a town on Bolinas Bay, 
in Marin county, 18 miles southwest of San 
Rafael, the county seat and nearest banking, 
tel. and exp. point, and .30 from San Fran- 
cisco, the nearest shipping point. It con- 
tains Catholic, Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, and a public school. Products, 
butter and eggs. Population, 300. Tele- 
phone to San Rafael and Sausalito. Mail, 
tri- weekly. 

Adams Walter, hotel. 

Andrews Rev W (Presbyterian). 

Coy Rev (Methodist). 

Gri1>soii J C, General Store, Insurance 

Agent and Postmaster. 
McKee Charles, blacksmith. 
Odin H C, saloon, 
Sayres Albert, stage propr, 
Wott Leonard, stage propr. 



BOI^SA. ^ postoffice in Orange county, 
5 miles west of Santa Ana, the county seat, 
and nearest exp,, tel., shipping and banking 
point. It has a Methodist Church South, and 
Holiness Band, Shipments, dairy supplies, 
fruits, etc. Population, 50. Mail by special 
supply from Santa Ana. 
Atlcinsoii W A, General Store, 
Knott Rev E (3 (M E South), 
Miller H, blacksmith, 

BOI\r\ Y 1>00:\. A postoffice in San- 
ta Cruz county, 9.V miles northwest of Santa 
Cruz, the county seat, and tel., exp, and 
banking point, and 3.^ from the ocean. It is 
on an elevation of 1,200 feet above the sea, 
and is famed for its fine fruit and genial 
climate. It has a Congregational church. 
Timber is abundant. Population, 140, chietly 
engaged in fruit culture. Mail, semi-weekly, 
Elizabeth C, Place, postmaster, 
Adams Rev P R (Congregational), fruit 

grower, 

Baxter <fe Morse, summer resort and hotel. 



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(.'oniplotii Outllt for Kiloheua. 

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SAN FKANCMSro. OAL. 



Hrown A, gournU store. 

(\)troll Mrs H Hazon, artist. 

havis it Covvell (S K) lime quarry. 

Dunlap (5, capitalist. 

I'^uIUm- (Joorgt>, fruit ijrower. 

(!iov .lolui, fruitgrower. 

Koliy .lolin, fruitgrower. 

lioek D, blaeksuiith. 

Mahoii U, fruit grower. 

Martin Louis, fruit grower and wino mnfr. 

Miteholl Miss Maggie, teacher. 

Mover.), fruitgrower. . 

Owens Mlias, fruit grower. 

Owens O M, fruit grower. 

Place 8 M, fruit grower. 

t^hiestorf, l*'rit/, fruit grower. 

Smith John N, fruit grower. 

Snytler Kdna. lauutlry. 

Stuednian .) .), fruit gi-ower. 

Tiiayer 'V 1\, dairy. 

Williams Louis, fruitgrower. 

NN'itu'hester Miss Flora, teacher. 

Woodman V A, fruit grower. 

Vtuing Miss Aimie, teacher. 

N'oung Miss I'Mna. teacher. 

Y 1 1 .1.1^:. A postottice in Men- 
docino county. 'JO uiih s southwest of Ukiah, 
the coufTty seat anil nearest exp., tel., bank- 
ing, and shipping point. It contains a 
Mi^hodist church and jnihlic school. Prin- 
cipal products, hops, grain, potatoes, corn, 
and wool. Mail, daily. 
Rostwiek N W, hotel* and livery. 
Hurger Mrs V. T. notions, 
riow Pros, lumber nmfrs. 
Hunt .) P. general store. 
Irish \\ A. hunber niufr. 
Mathews K T, blacksmith. 
Windom J R, blacksmith. 



^ IU>l<l»l-:%'. A st^ition on the S. P. E. 

P.. in Frestu^ county, ll> miles northwestTof 
Fresno, the county seat. Fii-st settled in 
1ST<^, has a population of 50. and sustains 
Catholic and Presbyterian churches. Ship- 
ments, wheat and barlev. Nearest bank at 
Fresno. Kxp.. W. F. '.t Co. Mail, daily. 
W. S. Patterson, postmaster. 
l>yer CM, agent W F v^C Co, W U Tel Co 
.and 8 P Co. 



Edwards J O, blacksmith. 
Ilariis V, blacksmith. 
■•«.lloi'»ion W S, Postmaster. 
Say re A \j, grape grower. 
VVoltcrs 10, hotel. 



Si'e IJurktoii. 



Butte county. 



lU>STOI\ U AVIiliK. A recently es- 
tablished postoltice in Nevada county, 1 mile 
south of Grass Valley, the nearest exp., tel., 
banking and shipping point. Mail, daily. 
Penndorf (^harles, shoemaker, 
(^ampbell, Wm, grocer. 
(Jummoe Kiehanl, blacksmith. 
Mcl>onough Michael, grocer. 
Mc(Juire Hugh, saloon. 
Moratcur Andre, grocer. 
Nevin John, horseshoer. 
Ivogers Mrs Mary, saloon. 
Taarte John, saloon. 
Wilde John H, saloon. 



ItOI I.Ol^K rKKKK. In Santa 
Cruz countv, is the terminus of the Felton 
and Pescadero branch of the S. P. C. R. R., 
7 miles from the main line, and 14 north of 
Santa Cruz, the county seat and banking 
point. Lumber is the chief interest. It has 
a Methodist church, and telephone service. 
Exp., W. F. A: Co. Tel., at Felton. Mail, 
daily D. H. Trout, postmaster. 
Adams (^t H, agent W U Tel Co and F and 

P R R. 

Allen AVoodson, physician and druggist. 

Carpy (George, insurance agent. 

Chase & Co, lumber mnfrs. 

Cunningham Co, general store and agents 

Wells, Farg.> Co. 
Dennison Cvcin-ge, hotel, 
l^ool Co, meat market, 
Hannan Bros, lumber mnfrs. 
Hastman Jacob, hotel. 
Morrell E B. lumber mnfr. 
Newell Frank, blacksmith. 
Percy J W, shingle mnfr. 
Rambo S H, general store. 
Randall H. general store. 
Sarmento M Co, saloon. 
Trout 1> II, Postmaster. 
"Wells, Kurgo &: Co, Cunningham &: 

Co Agents. 
I West H W', real estate. 

nOI'I.lM.^' ISI.A:\I>. Settled in 
, ISS'J. on the San Joaquin riv^r, in San Joa- 
quin county, 4,> miles northwest of Stockton, 
the county seat and banking point, and 74 
by water northeast of San Francisco. River 
i steamers stop here twice a day. A dairy is 



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located here having an output of 100 pounds 
of butter per day. Vegetables and berries 
are shipped. Population, 150 whites, 400 
Chinese. Tel., Rio Vista, 1.3 miles north- 
west. Exp., Riv^er Express Co. Mail, daily. 
Hansen E A, blacksmith. 
^JTargeiis I> R, General Store, Hotel, 
Agent River Express Co and Asst Rost- 
ra aster 
Kirchen D, apiarist. 
Thomas H S, apiarist. 
Voorman H A, dairy. 



BOXJR^fE'S t.A3ri>i:>^G. Mendo- 
cino county. See Gualala. 



BRAI>IL<EY. Located on the Salinas 
river, a station on the S. P. R. R., in Mon- 
terey county, 78 miles southeast of Salinas, 
the county seat. It was laid out in 1876, 
and has made steady progress. Good land 
can be had from §6 to $30 per acre. Thou- 
sands of vines and fruit trees have been 
planted. It has a fine depot, grain warehouse 
and Baptist and Methodist (South) churches. 
Bank at San Miguel, 11 miles south. Ship- 
ments, live stock, grain and vegetables. 
Population, 75. Daily mail stages to Pleyto, 
16 miles west; tri-weekly to Bryson, 24 miles 
and to Veratina, 8 miles. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. A. F. Gim- 
bal, postmaster. 
Bergmann E, blacksmith, 
Boranda Jose, saloon. 
Brimhouse Miss M. teacher. 
Brown Rev J M (Methodist). 
Daily Richard, carriage painter. 
Douglas G N, stock raiser. 
Eclinge Mrs, hotel. 
Flores Manuel, nursery. 
Flotz M, harnessmaker. 
Gilmore J A, justice of the peace. 
Gilmore <t Minto, real estate, nursery and 

water works proprs. 
'^Oim'ba,! A F, Insurance Agent and 

Postmaster. 
43riin1>a.l H JTr, Notary Public. 
Oiiii1>a,l H & Sons, General Store and 

Agents Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Gragg M M, insurance agent. 
Hackett Mrs J A, boarcung house. 
Hoover G G, blacksmith. 
Hoover S B, carpeater. 
Lawson M A, agt S P Co and W U Tel Co. 
McAlphin J, carpenter. 
March V, orange grower. 
Matthis Miss Maggie R, teacher. 
Morris Alfred, carpenter. 
Pinkerton VVm, stock raiser. 
Piatt E W, poultry breeder. 



Pleyto & Bradley, stage proprs. 

Porter Clay, saloon. 

Porter Edward, wool grower. 

Sargent B IST, stock raiser. 

Sargent B Y, stock raiser. 

Sargent & Gragg, real estate, feed mill and 

meat market. 
Schussler A, shoemaker. 
Southern Pacific Milling Co, lumber mnfrs 

and warehouse. 
Stanton F P, barber and constable. 
Stanton & Sargent, gardeners. 
Tillman W B, hotel and groceries. 
Volkert E A, livery. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, H Gimbal & Sons 

Agents 

Wodis blisses, dressmakers and milliners. 
Wright Rev (Baptist). 



BREI\'XWOOI>. A station on the 

S. P. R. R., in Contra Costa county, 27 

miles east of Martinez, the county seat and 

banking point. It contains a Methodist and 

Christian churches, public school, and 250 

inhabitants. Grain and fruit are the chief 

products. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 

Mail, daily. John E. W. Carey, postmaster. 

Allen James P, constable. 

Ayres Charles, hotel. 

Baccigalupi L, saloon. 

Behan Timothy, saloon. 

Brill Rev (Methodist). 

Buntenbach A, harnessmaker. 

Carey JT^lm E W, Justice of the Peace, 
Insurance Agent, Notary Public and Post- 
master. 

Carey Mrs M J, dressmaker. 

*Carey W G, notions and confectionery. 

Conner C E, physician. 

Davis & Morgan, general store. 

Firmin Bros, shoemakers and notions. 

Grunauer L, general store. 

Hedemark C L, agent W F & Co, S P Co, 
W U Tel Co. 

Herman Gustave, shoemaker. 

Johnson Miss Annie S, teacher. 

Lieber L, general store. 

Lieber Mrs L, milliner. 

Long Miss Annie, teacher. 

Ludinghouse Bros, blacksmiths. 

Martinez A, barber. 

Middleton James, meat market. 

Mott H V, physician and druggist. 

Neary J W, saloon. 

Pemberton k Lewis, blacksmiths. 

Rawson G C, tinsmith. 

Shafer G FT, livery. 

Tubb Rev (Christian). 

Wells, Fargo & Co, C L llrdoiuark 

Agent. 
Wills A J, bakery. 



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» ItlCJEI^ A]^l>. A postoffice in Hum- 
boldt county, about 85 miles south of Eureka, 
the county seat and banking point, and 18 
east of Shelter Cove, its shipping point on 
the coast. Mail, by special supply from 
Garberville, 8 miles east. Principal product, 
wool. 

Uriceland JFolftn C, General Store, 
Stock Raiser, and Postmaster. 



«R1]>€}1i:PORX. The county seat 
of Mono county was first settled in 1862, 
and is located on the east fork of Walker 
river, 443 miles via Hawthorne, Nev. , east of 
San Francisco, 60 southwest of the former by 
stage, and 85 southeast of Carson City, Nev., 
the preferable shipping station. The nearest 
banker is at Bodie, 20 miles east, to which 
point stages run daily; fare, |G round trip, 
connecting there with daily mail stages to 
Hawthorne via Aurora and Fletcher. A 
weekly paper is published, the Ckronicle- 
Union. Mining is the principal interest 
here. Population, 250. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. David Hays, 
postmaster. 
Allen A H, hotel. 
Boon Mrs Harvey, stock raiser. 
Brandon \Y P, stock raiser. 
Bridgeport Chronicle-Union, R M and A C 

Folger proprs. 
Brown J A, barber and notions. 
Brown John A, county treas. 
Bryant A F, general store and agt W F & Co. 
Bryant k Co, dairy. 
Cody M J, sheriff and tax collector. 
Campbell Duncan, shoemaker. 
Coyle Thomas, saloon. 
Crowell Mrs J F, milliner. 
Day G B, sto6k raiser. 
Elliott Bros, stock raisers. • 
Folger A C, insurance agent. 
Folger R M & A C, proprs Bridgeport 

Chronicle Union. 
Goodall J E, lawyer. 
Gurney E, constable. 
Hakes F, superior judge. 
Hampton C, county supt schools. 
Hanson Frank, justice of the peace. 
Hsiys l>a,vid. General Store and P M. 



Hughes P G, blacksmith. 

Hunewill N B, stock raiser. 

Huntoon N & M, stock raisers. 

Kirkwood T, stock raiser. 

Kister H, county clerk, auditor and re- 
corder. 

Leavitt H L, hotel. 

Miner R S, lawyer. 

Moyle George W, stage propr. 

Murphy L A, livery. 

Norton J B, saloon. 

Parker Wm 0, lawyer. 

Richardson F M, saloon. 

Schuman C A, lawyer. 

Siebe Peter, county supervisor. 

Sinclair C, physician and druggist. 

Sinnamon James, dairy. 

Stewart C M, dciiry. 

Strowbridge F, saloon. 

Thayer W L, justice of the peace. 

Van Lown P H, livery. 

Virden W H, district attorney. 

Waltze D & Sons, dairy. 

Wedertz Mrs L E, general store. 

Welch John, county assessor. 

Wells, I'argo & €o, A F Bryant 
Agent. 



»rii>€}e:porx 

See Cordelia. 



Solano county. 



BRI]>0S:TII.I^C:. a postoffice in 
Humboldt county, 55 miles southeast of Eu- 
reka, the county seat and banking point, 
and 24 east of Hydesville, the tel., exp. 
and shipping point. The place has a Pres- 
byterian church, district school, and a popu- 
lation of 20. It is on the daily mail stage 
line from Eureka to Cloverdale. 
Ballard D S, agent W U Tel Co. 
Barnum E B, blacksmith, general store, ho- 
tel, and livery. 
*Barnu na E B Jr. 
Smith Rev J M (Presbyterian). 



RRIOIIXO:^. 

See Perkins. 



Sacramento county. 



RROIVCO. The name of the postoffice 
at Floriston, in Ijj'evada county; the sta- 
tion on the S. P. R. R., nearest to the 
Nevada line, about 80 miles east of Ne- 
vada City, the county seat. Bank, at Reno, 
Nev., 20 miles northeast. 'J'el., W. U., 
Exp., ^N. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Wicks A M, General Store and Post- 
master. 



BROOKI^YIV. Alameda county. 
Now 7th ward of Oakland. 



PIANOS AND ORGANS 



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Brooks 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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»ROOKS. A postoffice on Cache 
creek, and the Vaca Valley and Clear Lake 
R. R., in Yolo county, 25 miles west of 
Woodland, the county seat, and banking 
point. It has a United Brethren church. 
Grain, hay and fruit are the principal prod- 
ucts. Population, 150. Mail, daily. 
. Horug J, fruit grower. 
Levy W, wool grower. 
McGrew J, carpenter. 
Marshall T G, lawyer. 
Schultz Mrs A M, dressmaker. 
Walker W L, blacksmith. 
Wolganott 1), stock raiser. 
Wolganott George, blacksmith. 
■Wood. J W, Blacksmith and Deputy 

Postmaster. 

BROWN'S VAI^I^EY. Yuba coun- 
ty, 12 miles northeast of Marysville, the 
county seat, nearest bank, tel. and exp, of- 
fice. It has a population of 100, engaged in 
mining, stock raising or horticulture. Tri- 
weekly mail stages to Marysville, fare |1; 
and to Downieville, fare |9. Byron Burris, 
postmaster. 

Arnold T J, stock raiser. 

Beninger E M, wool grower. 

Cole D T, stock raiser. 

Colton S, wool grower. 

Daggett D 0, stock raiser. 

Donahue Daniel, wool grower. 

Erymard & Pecard, wool growers, 

Forbes J C, stock raiser. 

Gorman Thomas, stock raiser. 

Grass F, grape grower. 

Hendricks Bros, grape growers. 

Hendricks M V, stock raiser. 

llil>l>ert & Biirris, General Store, 

Mine and Quartz Mill Proprs. 
Leach A M, quartz mill. 
Lynch M, wool grower. 
McDowell & Co, grape growers and livestock 
McMillen Bros, wool growers. 
Miller George, stock raiser. 
Moore J H, stock raiser. 
Myers James, poultry breeder. 
Palmer John, fruit grower. 
Pennsylvania G M Co, C Patterson pres. 
Pilitier & Recard, grape growers. 
Regan Wm, stock raiser. 
Rehm Benjamin, stock raiser. 
Rise John, wool grower. 
Rising Sun G Mining Co, Wm Ogden pres. 
Serber <fe Lurke, grape growers. 
Smithurst G W, wool grower. 
Thompson H, wool grower. 
Tray-uer Wm, wool grower. 



ty. See Mendon. 



El Dorado coun- 



BROWI^^SVIEI^E. First settled in^ 
1852, on Dry creek, Yuba county, 36 miles 
northeast of Marysville, the county seat, and 
20 northeast of Moore's Station, the prefer- 
able shipping point. It has a Methodist 
church and placer and quartz mining. Fruit 
and stock raising are the chief industries. 
Telephone, to Moore's Station. Stage, to 
Marysville tri-weekly, fare $4; also, to La 
Porte, fare $4. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
tri-weekly. Marj?- A Beever, postmaster. 
Bodkins D, hotel. 
Clark H, shoemaker. 
Clark R, quartz mill. 
Conwell, general store and undertaker. 
Crane L T & Bros, saw mill. 
Crossman L C, physician. 
Hawley T M, notary public. 
Horton Mrs L A, insurance. 
Horton & Emerson, meat market. 
Kinnear S, boarding house. 
Knox Mrs S W, hotel. 
Leach A M, saw mill. 
McCrank Mrs M, hotel. 
Phelps H A, millinery and notions. 
Smith Rev E (Methodist). 
Sooy C H, blacksmith. 
Sparks E B, justice of the peace. 



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BRUSH CREEK. Formerly one of 
the richest mining sections in the state, is 
located in Butte county, 25 miles northeast 
of Oroville, the county seat, shipping, exp., 
tel. and banking point. Two steam quartz 
mills are in the vicinity. Population, 50. 
Daily mail stage to Oroville, fare $3. J. E. 
Rutherford, postmaster. 
August & Co, quartz mill. 
Berry H, capitalist. 
Billingsby B F, surveyor. 
Clark Alfred, fruit grower. 
Crouch John, hog raiser. 
Day James P, fruit grower, 
Flynn Joel, stock raiser. 
Gorman & Douglas, quartz mill. 
Grace R P, hotel. 
Gramped John, stock raiser. 
Horten Wm, grape grower. 
Hunter W, hog raiser. 
Jones Henry, stock raiser. 
Marden John B, stock raiser. 
RMtliei'loi'tl •■ E, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Saulsbury Willis, dry goods. 
Scott John, fruit grower. 
Shaw J W, hotel. 
Smith William, stock raiser. 
Webber John, meat market. 
*Windrum Samuel. 
Wycoff C H, consta])le. 
Zink Phillip, stock raiser. 

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miYSO]^. A farm-house postoffice in 
Monterey county, 99 miles south of Salinas, 
the county seat, and 22 west of Bradley, its 
shipping station. Products, live stock and 
grain. Nearest bank, San Miguel. Tel. and 
exp., at Bradley. Mail, tri-weekly. C. W. 
Hunter, postmaster. 
Adams J T, blacksmith. 
Gould R G, justice of the peace. 
Hanson Miss M A, teacher. 
Harris A J, stock raiser, 
lliinter & Crist, General Store and 

Stock Raisers. 
Mann Charles, carpenter and furniture. 
Patterson F, tailor and dressmaker. 
Pleyto John M, constable. 
Ray E, stock raiser. 
Sands Manuel, veterinary surgeon. 
Saylor J B, apiai'ist and photographer. 
Shyre George, stock raiser. 
Ward John, fruit grower. 
Wood Job, fruit grower and stock raiser. 
Woodall G M, teacher. 



BUCIIAilfAi^. A postoffice on the 
Chowchilla River in Fresno county, 40 miles 
north of Fresno, the county seat and banking 
point, 15 northeast of Berenda, the prefer- 
able railroad shipping point, and 8 southwest 
of Raymond, the nearest railroad station, 
exp. and tel. offices. Principal products, 
live stock and wool. Population, 20. Semi- 
weekly mail to Raymond. 
Braun J oseph, hotel and general store. 
Raynor A S, wool grower. 
Richard Mrs Catherine, stock raiser. 
Statz ]tei*iia<i*d. Postmaster. 
Woolcook Phillip, blacksmith. 



BUCKEYE, Plumas County. See Mer- 
rimac. 

BUCKEYE. A postoffice in Shasta 
county, 6 miles north of Redding, the coun- 
ty seat, banking, exp., tel. and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. 
Beard E Y, general store. 



BUCKIIORIV. A flag station on the 
S P. R. R., in Ventura county, 5 miles west 
of Camulos, the nearest postoffice. 



BUCK'S RANCH. In Plumas coun- 
ty, 16 miles west of Quincy, the county seat, 
and 48 northeast of Oroville, the nearest 
shipping station. Buck's and Grizzly creeks 
in the vicinity are good power streams, but 
not utilized. Three quartz mills are located 
7 miles from here, and 1 steam, 6 miles. 
Banks at Oroville or La Porte. Products, 
gold, hay and dairy. Tel. and exp., at 
Quincy, 16 miles. Population, 10. Mail, 
tri-weekly. Wm. Wagner, postmaster. 
Cold Water M and M Co, mine and mill. 
Cress Frank, stock raiser and dairy. 
Edman & Co, mine and mill proprs. 
Hansen John A, photographer. 
Harrison G M Co. 
Peppin Joseph, mine propr. 
Rutherford & Daniels, stock raisers and 

dairy. 

Schneider Wm & Son, mine proprs. 
See & Jolly, mine and mill proprs. 
Stevenson J P, stock raiser and dairy. 
Swan Amos, mine and mill propr. 
Wagner Win, General Store, Hotel, 

Meat Market, Stock Raiser, Justice of the 

Peace and Postmaster. 



BUEi^' A. A farming settlement on the 
Southern Cal R. R., in San Diego coun- 
ty, 57 miles via mail route north of San 
Diego, the county seat, and 12 east of Ocean- 
side. Escondido is the nearest banking 
point. Shipments, fruit, wine, raisins and 
grain. Tel. and exp. offices, at Oceanside. 
Mail, daily. G. H. Cook, postmaster. ^ 
Bailey W J, fruit grower. 
Cooik O H, General Store, Real Estate 

and Postmaster. 
Delphy J, grape grower. 
Hammond G, real estate. 
Harrison J V, grape grower. 
Hunting John, stock raiser. 
Hunting Samuel, stock raiser. 
Isbell John, grape grower. 
Kelly Charles, stock raiser. 
Newton Jesse, stock raiser. 
Squires Ed, stock raiser. 
Squires Elmore, stock raiser. 
Squires Hamilton, stock raiser. 
*Strickler Bros, real estate. 



BUEi^A PARK. A postoffice on 
S. P. R. R. in Orange county, 20 miles south- 
east of Los Angeles, 505 southeast of San 
Francisco, and 4 northwest of Anaheim, the 
location of tel. and exp. offices and bank. 
The settlement, which is a new one, with 
bright prospects, has 160 inhabitants. Prin- 
cipal shipments, dairy products, sorghum, 
barley, corn, cattle and fruit. Mail, daily. 
J. H. Whitaker, postmaster. 



C. L. DINGLEY & CO. 

29 Steuart Street, San Francisco. 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 



PACIFIC BANK { 



Oldest c]iartere«l Commercial 
on the Pacific Coast. 
Capital and Surplus, $1,750,000. 

R. H. McDonald, President. Frank V. McDonald, Cashier 



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Buma Park 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BuTuey ValUy 171 



Archibald Henry, carpenter. 

Avery Wm H, meat market. 

Avery & Everhard, wholesale butchers. 

Bickford Rev F (Congregational). 

House T J, hotel. 

Kent Rand, blacksmith. 

McKinney J \V, fruit grower and dairy. 

Pacific Condensed Milk & Canning Co, J M 

Pitblado pres, D J Young mngr. 
Perry Daniel, carpenter. 
Pippy George, tinsmith. 
Pitblado Colin, physician. 
Potter W G-, fruit grower and dairy. 
Rowell & Lacey, proj^rs Puente Oil WeUs. 
"Wagner A, carpenter. 
Wallace John, meat market. 
Whitaker A W, dairy. 
^Yhitake^ George A, cement worker. 
Whitaker James A, real estate and sorghum 

mill propr. 

♦Whitaker J H, General Store and PM 
Williams H B, dairy. 



BI;LI.ARI>'S 1$ Vie. Located in 
1850 as a mining camp, on North Yuba 
river, in Yuba county, .35 miles northeast of 
Marysville, the county seat and shipping 
point. Camptonville, 8 miles distant, has 
the nearest tel. and exp. office, to which and 
^Marysville there is daily stage service, fares 
$1 and -^4.50. Xearest bank at Nevada 
City. Gold mines in the vicinity. Products 
grain and vegetables. Population, 12. Mail, 
daily. Martha Buss, postmaster. 
Binninger W T, hotel. 
Bii^^s A C, hotel. 
McCann S, saloon. 
Mix George, hotel. 
Slingsby & Gettings, grocers. 

!OURBAI\K. A thriving town and 
station on the S. P. R. R. and Los Angeles 
river, in Los Angeles county, 471 miles 
southeast of San Francisco, and 11 northwest 
of Los Angeles, the county seat. Although 
only located during 1887, it bears every evi- 
dence of substantial progress, having a live 
weekly paper, the Burhanh Times, a furni- 
ture factory, a good school, and 300 inhabi- 
tants. Fruit and cereals are shippefl . Exp. , 
W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. Mrs. 
E. M. Gorin, postmaster. 
Buffington A C, fruit grower. 
Burbaok Frank, fruit grower. 
Burbank Furniture Mnfg Co, E L Phillips 

mngr. 

Burbank Times, R A Marshall editor. 

Burbank Villa Gas Co. 

Burbank Villa Hotel. 

Edmonds C, general store. 

Fawkes .J W, real estate and insurance agent. 



Fischer H M, grape grower and wine mnfr. 
Oorin ^M^rs E Grocer and Postmaster. 
Halberg F A, general store. 
Holmes J R, fruit grower. 
Iddings B H, carpenter. 
James M A, meat market. 
Lampton Bros, carpenters. 
Lockhart H, stock raiser. 
Marshall R A, editor Burbank Times, in- 
surance agent, and justice. 
Perkins R P, livery. 

Phillips E L, mngr Burbank Furniture 
Mnfg Co. 

Powell H C, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co 

and S P Co. 
Providencia Land and Water Co, W W 

Weaver foreman. 
Shelton R B, fruit grower. 
Thompson Joseph, fruit grower. 
Twogood <fe Phoenix, meat market. 
Weaver Wm, constable. 
Wells, Fargo A: Co, H C Powell Agt. 
Wells J B, real estate and insurance agent. 
Wells S P, real estate. 
White S, fruit grower. 
Wilson H J, painter. 

BURI>EI^I.S. A station on the S. F. 
& N. P. K. R., 7 miles south of Petaluma. 
No postoffice. 



BURO EXX VII.I.E. 

ty. See Swasey. 



Shasta coun- 



BI;R:\EY VAI..EEY. Located on 
Burney creek, in Shasta county, ()4 miles via 
mail route northeast of Redding, the county 
seat, nearest banking, tel. and shipping 
point. Products, fruit, live stock, hay, and 
grain. Population, 75. Daily mail stages, 
to Redding via Montgomery Creek, Round 
Mountain. Oak Run, and Millville, fare $1. 
Exp., at Fall River Mills, 10 miles. Mail, 
daily. Charles Tracie, postmaster. 

j *Baiiil>ridg:e E B, General Store. 

I Beutel Henry, stock raiser. 

1 Bidwell Bros, stock raisers. 

j Bidwell W H, county supervisor. 
Brauer John, stock raiser. 
Brauer M, stock raiser. 
Brauer Oscar, stock raiser. 
Brewster L. stock raiser. 
Brown C H, stock raiser. 
Brown & Ff ster, stock raisers. 
Bryan Bros, stock raisers. 
Dojel Wm, stock raiser. 
Fitzpatrick James D. stock raiser. 
Fitzpatrick J W, stock raiser. 
Haynes R W, stock raiser. 
Hays W S, stock raiser. 
Hulsey Charles, stock raiser. 



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Johnston Wm, barber. 
Kirk J D, stock raiser. 
Kirk M M, stock raiser. 
Kutner J S, blacksmith. 
Lippincott J W, justice of the peace. 
Littrell Mrs Annie, stock raiser. 
Littrell J J, stock raiser. 
Pierce C W, general store. 
Reeves John, stock raiser. 
Rowley F M, stock raiser. 
Sanders J A, cheese mnfr 
Wilcox C W, stock raiser. 



BUR^FT RA^fCH. A stock raising 
and mining settlement on the Trinity river, 
in Trinity county, 50 miles west of Weaver- 
ville, the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Goods could be shipped to Areata, 60 
miles west. Placer and quartz mining are 
carried on to some extent in the vicinity, but 
stock raising is the principal industry. The 
large deposits of gravel or bars on the river 
could be made profitable by placer mining, 
though capit il would be required. Popula- 
tion, 50. Shipments, live stock and quartz 
gold. Nearest exp. office, Junction City, 40 
miles east. A. L. McWhorter, postmaster. 
Campbell T general store and stock raiser. 
Cody Peter, ferry keeper. 
Dyer S, stock raiser. 
Gray D B, stock raiser. 
Hedges Job, mine propr. 
Hennessy P M, stock raiser. 
Huestis G W, mine propr. 
Ketch J, stock raiser. 
Koons John, stock raiser. 
*Mc Donald J D. 

McWliorter A t,. Stock Raiser and 

Postmaster. 
Martin Frank, stock raiser. 
Morton Philip, stock raiser. 
Munroe M,* stock raiser. 
Noble S, stock raiser. • 
Patterson M, hotel. 
Pelletreau G, mine propr. 
Powell A, stock raiser. 
Ouimby C, stock raiser. 
Sharber John, stock raiser. * 
Smith Jeremiah, general store. 
Swansen N, mine propr. 
Underwood Norman, stock raiser. 



BURSO]^'. A station on the S. J. & 
S. N. R. R., in Calaveras county, 13 miles 
west of San Andreas, the county seat, and 22 
east of Lodi. Population, 30. Telephone 
to Lodi and points along the R. R. Exp. , 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Cook J, real estate. 
Cotton E, harnessmaker. 
Osiines C IV, Agent W F & Co, and S 

J & S N R R. 
Kimball L J, real estate. 
March G C, general store and postmaster. 
March W B, physician. 
Walter F, blacksmith. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, C M Gaines 
Agent. 

BIJRWOOB. Farmhouse postoffice 
on the Stanislaus river, in San Joaquin 
county, 25 miles southeast of Stockton, the 
county seat, and 9 west of Oakdale, its ship- 
ping and banking point, also nearest tel. and 
exp. offices. Products, wheat, barley and 
alfalfa. Weekly mail stage to Oakdale. 
]VIoiii*oe Ishmael, Stock Raiser and 

Postmaster. 



BUTCHER RANCH. A post- 
office in Placer county, 12 miles northeast of 
Auburn, the county seat, which is the pref- 
erable exp., tel., banking and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. 
Engels J F, blacksmith. 
Martin Mrs J P, general store. 
Sheridan Thomas, hotel. 



BUTTE CITY. A postoffice and 
landing on the Sacramento river, in Colusa 
county, 20 miles north of Colusa, the county 
seat and banking point. It contains Chris- 
tian and Methodist churches, good school, 
and 175 inhabitants. Principal products, 
wheat and barley. Telephone, to Biggs. 
Stages, tri-weekly to Chico via Grainland; 
also to Colusa; daily, to Norman via Prince- 
ton. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel. at Prince- 
ton. Mail, daily. W. F. Miller, post- 
master. 

Albery Bros, carpenters. 
Ballard S L, saloon. 
Barrett Mrs E J, millinery. 
Eichler L O, painter. 
Gatliff W W, physician and druggist. 
Hale G W, meat market. 
Hatcher George J, grocer. 
Jacobs & Owens, grain warehouse, 
Jepsen John, saloon. 
Miller I, blacksmith. 
Miller Mrs Isaac, hotel. 
*jfliller W E, Postmaster and Agent 
W F & Co. 



PUMPS AND HOSE 



PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 
575 Mission Street, San Francisco. 



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ITliller W Frank & Co, General 
Store. 

Oldham Mrs J H, millinery. 

Oldham Joseph H, stage propr. 

Porter C H, grain warehouse. 

Rawlins Rev T P (Christian). 

Staton Rev F M (M E South). 

Taylor Allyn 0, teacher. 

Watkins D R, farm implements and; agent 

W U Tel Co. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, W F Miller Agt. 



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BUTTE CBEEK. 

See John Adams. 



Butte county. 



BUTTE ]fIE ABOWS. A postoffice 
in Butte county, 35 miles northeast of Chico, 
on the stage route to Prattville, Plumas 
county. Tel., exp. and bank at Chico. 
Mail, tri-weekly. 
Lucas John, meat market. 
Spencer I E, general store and hotel. 



BUTTE VAUUEY. A postoffice in 
Plumas county, 75 miles northeast of Chico, 
the nearest banking point. Tel. and exp. at 
Greenville, 10 miles east. Mail, tri-weekly. 



BUTTEVIEEE. 

See Edgwood. 



Siskiyou county. 



BUZZARB ROOST. Shasta coun- 
ty. See Round Mountain. 



^ BYERSVIEEE. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Stanislaus county, on the 
San Joaquin river, 14 miles south of Modesto, 
the county seat. Crow's Landing, 4 miles 
distant, is the nearest exp. and shipping 
point. Bank, at Modesto. Shipments, wheat, 
wool and live stock. Daily stages, to Modes- 
to and Newman. Mail, daily. 
Tbompson Jf E, General Store and P M 
Winter W N, stock raiser. 



BYRON. A postoffice on the S. P. R. 

R., in Contra Costa county, 32 miles south- 
east of Martinez, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. It contains Congregational 
and Methodist churches, a good school and 
100 inhabitants. Shipments, wheat and 
fruit. Byron Hot Springs, a noted resort for 
invalids, is located 2| miles from here, to 
which place stages run 5 times a day. Tel. , 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone to 
the -Springs. Mail, daily. W. H. Johnston, 
postmaster. 

Baxter J A, fruit grower. 



Brill Rev D (Methodist). 

Casselman W J, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co and S P Co. 
Copeland Mrs C, dressmaker and milliner. 
De Bast J E, painter. 
Doherty VVm K, physician and justice. 
Engle Vincent J, lumber, coal and terra 

cotta. 

Frank & Hopp, blacksmiths. 
Grover M M, propr Byron Hotel. 
Grunauer M & H, general store. 
Holbrook 0, carpenter. 
Holway F M, barber and saloon. 
Jaquillard S, saloon and constable. 
Jaquillard Theobald, blacksmith. 
JFolmstoii IVm H, General Store, News 

Agent and Postmaster. 
McCauley Miss A, teacher. 
McLean Mrs J, milliner and dressmaker. 
May Rev O G (Congregational). 
Middleton & Granauer, real estate. 
Peers Charles, saloon. 
Plumly A, fruit grower. 
Rodgers James, teacher. 
Stone H B, barber. 

Wells, Eargo & Co, W J Casselman, 
Agent. 



CABAZO]^. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in San Diego county, 6 miles east of 
Banning, the nearest postoffice. 



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BYRON HOT SPRINOS. A 

prominent summer and health resort in Con- 
tra Costa county, 2\ miles from Byron, on 
the S. P. R. R., the nearest exp., tel. and 
shipping point. Nearest bank, at Martinez. 
Stage, 5 times per day to Byron; fare '$\. 
Mail, daily. R. Mead, acting postmaster. 
Casanova G J, mngr Byron Hot Springs. 
Mead L R, propr Byron Hot Springs and 
hotel. 



CACTUS. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., in San Diego county, 18 miles northwest 
of Yuma, Arizona. 



OVERLAND TICKET OFFICE 



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CABIUIiA4\ A recently established 
postoffice in Siskiyou county, on the S. P. 
R. R. (Shasta route) 18 miles northeast of 
Yreka, the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Hornbrook is the nearest express 
and telegraph station. 

Oill B .n. Physician, Druggist and P M. 
Steele, McLaughlin & Co, saw mill. 

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CAHTO. A prosperous postoffice vil- 
lage in Mendocino county, 45 miles north of 
Ukiah, the county seat, railroad, shipping 
and banking point, It has a saw-mill, dis- 
trict school, wagon shop, hotel, etc., and 
about 200 inhabitants. Live stock, grain, 
wool and timber are the principal products. 
This is on the main daily stage route be- 
tween Ukiah and Hydesville. Mail stage, 
tri-weekly, to Westport, on the coast, 22 
miles west. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel. W. U. 
Robert White, postmaster. 
Babcock J H, carpenter and painter. 
Beattie Spencer, stock raiser. 
Benton J B. harnessmaker. 
Blair Wm J, stock raiser. 
Bowman A, stock raiser. 
Braden J H, justice of the peace. 
Chittenden G N, stock raiser. 
Clark Thomas & Sons, stock raisers. 
Clark Wm, stock raiser. 
Cossade L, stock raiser. 
Cottrell J A, agent W U Tel Co. 
Cox W J, stock raiser. 
Davidson Joseph, stock raiser. 
Dill J M, stock raiser. 
Falkington J C, stock raiser. 
Fee Howard, stock raiser. 
Grosscup John, stock raiser. 
Grothe A, stock raiser. 
Grubb J N, constable. 
Haun & Branscomb, saw mill. 
Lahm Jacob, stock raiser. 
Linser C, stock raiser. 
Middleton G A, civil engineer. 
Middleton John, fruit grower. 
Nelson Charles & Co, stock raisers. 
Puett R H, saloon. 

Puett Mrs R H, dressmaker and milliner. 
Ray Wm, stock raiser. , 
Rotliff D T, blacksmith. 
Shin James A, fruit grower. 
Taylor John, hotel and stock raiser. 
Vasser M, stock raiser. 
Ward J D, real estate. 
Ward Mrs, dressmaker. 
Wells, Fai-gfo & Co, Robert White 
Agent. 



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White Miss Callia, teacher. 
*Wliite Robert, Agent Wells, 

& Co. and Postmaster. 
Wliite Robert & Son, Genl Store 
White Wm S, insurance agent. 
Wilson J G, flour and saw mill. 
Wilson Miss, teacher. 
Woolf John, shingle mill. 



CAHUIIjI^A. a recently established 
postoffice in San Diego county, 28 miles 
southeast of San Jacinto, the nearest exp., 
tel., banking and shipping point. Principal 
products, barley, wheat, corn, potatoes and 
fruit. Communication is maintained with 
Temecula Station by stage. 
Casmer l^rancis General Store, 

Stock Raiser and Postmaster. 
Cornon Miss Kate, poultry breeder. 
Cornwell F M, teacher. 
Hamilton James, stock raiser. 
Johnson J John, carpenter. 
Rogers J A, poultry breeder, 
Shepard James, stock raiser. 
Thomas Charles, stock raiser. 
* Tripp W B, stock raiser. 
Wallis W, stone mason. 

CAJO?%'. A station on the S. C. R. R. 

in San Bernardino county, 18f miles north- 
west of ^San Bernardino, the county seat, 
and nearest banking and exp. point. Trade 
is principally in cord wood. Population, 15. 
Tel., W\ U. Mail, daily. 
^Snider E IV, Grocer, Agent W U Tel 

Co, S C R R, and Postmaster. 
Stanton E J, poultry breeder. 
Tay & Lawrence, hotel. 

CAILiABASAS. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Los Angeles county, 28 
miles west of Los Angeles, the county seat, 
and 35 by stage east of San Buenaventura. 
Los Angeles is the nearest banking and ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. 

CAI.AVERAS COUl^TY. For de- 
scriptive sketch, refer to General Index. 



CAIjICO. a prominent silver mining 
town in San Bernardino county, 98 miles 
northeast of San Bernardino, the county seat 
and banking point, and 7 north of Daggett, 
the nearest tel., exp. and shipping point, to 
which there are stages daily, fare $1. It 
was first settled in 1881, has a good school, 
500 inhabitants, and ships silver, lead, and 
borax. The Waterloo mine employs 100 
men, and has an output of 200 tons per day. 
Mail, daily. Henry R. Gregory, postmaster. 
Applewhite James, livery. 



SEND FOR THE PREMIUM LIST. 

Sewing Machines, Guns, Fishing Tackle, etc. 



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REMINGTON STANDARD TYPE-WRITER. 

6. G. WICKSON & CO., 3-5 Front St., S. F., and 346 N. Main St., Los Angeles. 

Calico AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Calistoga 175 

Bagby & Lambert, saloon. 
Barber, S M & M Co. 
Barrett W D, stage propr. 
Big Horn Adder S M Co. 
Bismarck S M Co. 
Borax M Co. 
Calico Water Works Co. 
Cuba S M Co, 

Eckels T H, lawyer and insurance agent. 
■Oarfield S M Co. 

Greenwell L W, justice of the peace. 
*0-regory Henry R, Books, Station- 
ery, Notions, Justice of tbe Peace and P. M. 
Gribben R, saloon, 
Hartoin P, shoemaker. 
Humbug S M Co. 

Jordan Mrs M J, agent W U Tel Co. 
Kearsarge S M Co. 
Kincaid E H, general store. 
King S M Co. 
Lamar tain E, carpenter. 
Lane J E, saloon. 
Le Van Mrs B A, dressmaker. 
Lewis F E, civil engineer. 
Molloy Daniel, constable. 
Moore E P, supt Runover Mill, and assayer. 
Norton Jr, general store. 
Occidental S M Co. 
Odessa S M Co. 
Oriental S M Co. 
Oro Grande Quartz Mill Co. 
Preston T, saloon. 
Rhea A R, druggist and physician. 
Runover Q M Co, E P Moore supt. 
Sheridan M, blacksmith. 
Sheridan Mrs M, restaurant. 
Stacy E E, notary public. 
Stanton R F, barber. 
Stevens H B, general store. 
Sue S M Co. * 

Sutcliffe & Kelly, meat market. 
Total Wreck SM Co. 
Voca S M Co. 
Waterloo S M & M Co. 
Woods C H, teacher. 



CAI^IEiVXE. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Kern county, 24 miles southeast of 
Bakersfield, the county seat. Shipments, 
wool. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Tri-weekly mail stages to Havilah and Kern- 
ville. 

Ferris J B, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 



CAEISTOOA. Is pleasantly located 
at the head of Napa valley, in Napa county, 
and is the northern terminus of the Napa 
Valley branch S. P. R. R., 26 miles north- 
west .of Napa City, the county seat, and 72 
north of San Francisco. It is an incorpo- 
rated town of 900 inhabitants, with churches 



of the leading denominations, good schools, 
a fire department, excellent water works, 
opera house, and all the requisites of a thriv- 
ing town. Gas works will soon be erected. 
A weekly newspaper, the Independent Calls- 
togian, is published. It is noted on account 
of the number of its mineral springs and as 
an attractive center for the many pleasure 
resorts and springs within easy distance. 
Principal shipments, wine, brandy, jjrunes 
and quicksilver. Stages leave here forMid- 
dletown, Lower Lake, Glenbrook, Kelsey- 
ville, Lakeport, Geysers, Seigler Uarbor 
and Howard Springs, Kellogg, Soda Rock, 
Healdsburg, Mark West Springs, Petrified 
Forest and Santa Rosa. Tel., W. U. Tel- 
ephone, Sunset. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. Leonidas W. Fee, postmaster. 
Adams I \Y, prune grower, 
American. Hotel, Capt J Palmer & 
Co, proprs, 

Armstrong Charles W, druggist and agent 

Sunset Telephone Co, 
Badlam's Opera House, T B Hutchinson 

mngr, 
Banta Wm, physician, 
Beckert Oscar, saloon. 
Biggs James H, wagon maker. 
Bounsall Bros (Wm M & Richard C) hard- 
ware. 

Bounsall Wm, grape grower. 
Brown Jacob B, hardware. 
Brown & Easley (H E BrowTi and W H Eas- 

ley) blacksmiths, 
Broyles James I, saloon, 
California, Oreg'on and Itlalio 
Stage Eine, George Smith Gen Mngr. 
Calistog-a and ]Ieald!«l»urg; 
Stage Eine, Newton Conner Propr, 
Stages twice a week, Tuesday and Friday. 
Calistoga Water Works, Wm F Jbisher 
propr. 

Chesebro Edward C, boots and shoes. 
Chesebro James A, propr Magnolia Hotel. 
Church E J & Son (Emory J and Millard D) 

boots and shoes. 
Cole W M, grape grower. 
Collins N W & Co (N W Collins) general 
store. 

Collins S W, grape grower. 

Coit Mrs Lily, grape grower. 

Conner I%e>vton, Meat Market and 

Stage Propr. 
Cook Mrs J, millinery. 

Daniels & Marsh Misses (J E Daniels, Anna 

L Marsh) newsdealers. 
Decker Porter A, mngr Harbin Springs, 

livery stable. 
Delafield R H, grape grower and wine mnfr, 
Eastman P S, watchmaker. 
Ebeling Wm, barber. 



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AGENTS IN ALL PRINCIPAL TOWNS. 

Europa Hotel, G B Ratto, propr. 

Fee Leonidas W, postmaster. 

Fisher Wm F, real estate and propr Calistoga 

Water Works. 
Ford Henry R, agent S P Co, W U Tel Co. 
Foss Charles, propr Geyser Stage Line. 
Francis James H, general store. 
Frank J & Sons (J, Fred, Moses) general 

store. 

Fritsch Mrs Gertrude, restaurant. 

Fritsch Peter, saloon. 

Gardener A M, physician. 

Garnett John, grape grower. 

Garratt W T, contractor and builder. 

Gerber Eusebius, shoemaker. 

Geyser Stage Line, Chas Foss propr. 

Gibbs H L, prune grower. 

Gibson W H, prune grower. 

Grauss Joseph, bakery. 

Grigsby & Johnson (R F Grigsby, J J John- 
son) quicksilver mine. 

Hseckl Louis, newsdealer. 

Heitz Joseph, saloon. 

Hemphill Rev Joseph (Presbyterian). 

Higgins Andrew J, livery. 

Hiltell John, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Hirschman Jerome, boots and shoes. 

Hopper Wesley L, meat market. 

Hutchinson Thomas B, lawyer and notary. 

Independent C;ilistogian, J L M alter propr. 

Johnson G W, real estate. 

Kortum Louis, wine mnfr and distiller. 

Lane Charles, prune grower. 

Lang George, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Lang John, grape grower. 

Lee Benoni, grocer. 

Light E, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

McDonald Frank, nurseryman Knight's 
valley. 

McMerrick C P, grape grower. 
Magnolia Gas Works, .J A Chesebro propr. 
Magnolia Hotel, J A Chesebro propr. 
Mann Bruno, barber. 
Marsh Joseph, harnessmaker. 
Morton John, contractor and builder. 
Multer J L, propr Independent Calistogian. 
Murphy M, painter. 
Newbauer S W, general store. 
Northup C W, blacksmith. 
Palmer Captain ^ & Co, Proprs 
American Hotel. 



Philip Adrian S, agent W F & Co, and C O 

and I Stage Co. 
Pickett Charles, grape grower. 
Ratto G B, propr Europa Hotel. 
Roberts John, saw filer. 
Schram Jacob, grape grower and wine mnfr. 
Sherwood S P, flour and feed mill. 
Simmons W T, furniture. 
Smith Wm D, physician, 
^outh Bi-itisli F & If I Ins Co of 

Ilf Z, W T Simmons Agent. 
Spiers Wm, livery. 

Stratton W E, real estate and notary. 

Teal Charles, grape grower. 

Teal George, grape grower. 

Teal James, grape grower. 

Teal Peter, prune grower. 

Tubbs A L, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Walker John, prune grower. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, A S Philip Agt. 

Western Union Tel Co, H R Ford agent. 

Wiley D J, lawyer. 

Willis D C, saloon. 

Wilson Benjamin F, druggist. 

Wolfe John L, grocer. 

WyckoflF H G, physician. 

Zellers Henry, grape grower and wine mnfr. 



CAI.I.AHA]^'S RAi\CH. A post- 
otifice at the junction of the south and east 
forks of Scott river, in Siskiyou county, 40 
miles south of Yreka, the county seat, and 
25 southwest of Gazelle, the nearest railroad 
station. It contains Catholic and Congrega- 
tional churches, good school and 150 inhabi- 
tants. Chief shipments, gold dust, grain, 
butter and bacon. Nearest bank at Fort 
Jones. Stage communication with Gazelle 
and Etna Mills. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. Mail, daily. 

Bar A H, Insurance Agt, Notary Public 

and Postmaster. 
Benny AHA: Co, General Store and 

Agents W F & Co. 
English J, hotel. 

Farrington S, blacksmith and saloon. 
Hayden Bros, hotel. 
Loring F H, agent W U Tel Co. 
McGrath Rev (Catholic). 
Stewart Rev W C (Congregational). 
"Wells, Fargo & Co, A H Denny & 
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6 miles north of Ukiah, the county seat and 
nearest shipping point. Population, 125 
Principal products, hops and grapes. A 
daily mail stage from Ukiah passes through 
the place, for points in Mendocino and Hum- 
boldt counties. 

Brannan Charles, blacksmith. 



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English W & Co, general store. 
Geik K, tailor. 
Geik Rev Leo. 

Hecendorf Louis, blacksmith. 
*Jose Emanuel. 

IflcCoy €reorg"e. Postmaster. 
McCoy Jane E, propr Calpella Hotel. 
Neipp & Co, general store. 
Peters John & Co, grape growers and wine 
mnfrs. 

Seward A J, grape grower and wine mnfr. 
Tolman E M, saloon. 



CA]?IA3^CI^E. In Calaveras county, 
18 miles west of San Andreas, the county 
seat, and 4 north of Wallace, its shipping, 
exp. and telephone station. It has a Catho- 
lic church, and gold mines in the vicinity. 
Population, about 75. Bank, at Stockton, 
Tel., Lodi. Exp., Wallace. Mail, daily. 
Miss Mary Duffy, postmaster. 
Charrom A, blacksmith. 
Chase W H, carpenter. 
I>iiiry ]TIa,i*tiii, Hotel and Livery. 
*I>iiffy Hiss Mary, Teacher and P M. 
Fox Miss R E, teacher. 
Fox Miss Sarah, dressmaker. 
Grimes G C, shoemaker. 
Hubert J, distillery. 
Lawson L, saloon and barber. 
McFeely Rev B (Catholic). 
Mulgrew Miss Alice M, teacher. 
Mulgrew Miss Mary T A, teacher. 
Scannavino L, grocer. 
Thornton Miss M E, teacher. 
Zimmerman N, general store. 



CAMBRIA. Located near the coast 
in San Luis Obispo county, 33 miles north- 
west of San Luis Obispo, the county seat, 
a,nd 10 southeast of San Simeon, its ship- 
ping point on the coast. The village con- 
tains Catholic and Presbyterian churches, 
good school and 400 inhabitants. Principal 
shipments, dairy produce and grain. Daily 
stages to the county seat, fare $2. 50. Tel. , 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Man, daily. 
B. H. Franklin, postmaster. 

For names of Dairy Proprietors, see Clas- 
ified List. 

Askins Rev W (Methodist). 

Avery Miss C L, teacher. 

Barnhart G, shoemaker. 

Brunoni S, shoemaker. 

Campbell J D, livery. 

Citron Mrs E, general store. 

Crothers Rev D (M E South). 

Eubanks J H, blacksmith. 

Franklin B H, General Store and 

Dairy, Mngr W U Tel Co, Justice of the 

Peace and Postmaster. 



Gans A, general store. 

Guerra G, saloon. 

Johnson J, livery. 

Kelly Miss H, teacher. 

Lull & Guthrie, general store. 

Lynn E, meat market. 

McCain & Music, saloon. 

Maggetti & Scolari, hotel. 

Minor R A, agt W F & Co and tinsmith. 

Morton T S, physician and druggist. 

Nott J R, physician. 

Richards Miss Mabel, teacher. 

Smith S L, shoemaker. 

Symington Rev R L (Presbyterian). 

Terry W, carpenter. 

Vasquez R, barber. 

Waterman W constable. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, R A Minor Agt. 

Whitney B C, saloon. 

Williams H, carpenter. 



CAME BOX. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Kern county, 11 miles from Mojave, 
the nearest postolfice. 



CAMP BABOER. A postoffice in 
Tulare county, 39 miles via mail route 
northeast of Visalia, the county seat, and 
location of nearest bank, tel. and exp., also 
shipping station. Products, hay, apples, and 
lumber from three saw-mills. Population, 
65. Semi-weekly mail stage to Visalia via 
Churchill and Cownsend, fare $3. Mail, 
semi-weekly. B. F. Weathers, postmaster. 
Barton E D, mine propr. 
Barton H D, saw mill. 
Butts James, mine propr. 
Clark C W, saw mill. 
Comstock Smith, saw mill. 
Jones C, blacksmith. 
Kimble & Green, saw mill. 
Pendola B, general store. 
Philbert H, hotel. 
Smith & Moore, saw mill. 
*Weatliers B F, Hotel, Stock Raiser 

and Postmaster. 
W^eathers J, mine propr. 
Woolley W R, blacksmith. 



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office settled in 1868. on Eel river, in Hum- 
boldt county, 50 miles south of Eureka, the 
county seat, and nearest banking point. 
Alton, 27 miles north, is the sliipping ])oint. 
W. F. & Co., ex]). and tel. stations at Roh- 
nerville. This place lias 2 saw mills, ships 
fruit (mainly apples), wool, corn antl pota- 
toes, and has a population of 20. Semi- 
weekly mail stages to Alton and (rarberville, 
the latter 30 miles south. A Cusa, post- 
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Cai tcr 'J'lioH, truit grower. 

Chadlxmrne liowanl, hotel and justice. 

('oiinick liros, wool growers. 

*iJH«si, >%, Fruit (irower, Stock Raiser, P M 

J-|ai)sell A k Soiia. iiurHcry. 

Hawks Allen, sliakeniaker. 

Kappel Charles, dairy. 

KnudHcii I', wool grower. 

JMc(Janu saw mill. 

Miller 1) \j, fruitgrower. 

Myers Mrs S, fruit grower. 

NewHiann .J •\, fruit grower. 

Robinson Wm, saw mill. 

Thompson (' L, stock raiser. 

'I'ownseiul (i tS, saloon. 

VVlieat IJros, wool growers. 



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'rA¥l.<>l£. Marin county. 
A prominent suuimer resort on the line of 
the N. 1*. C. R. H., JiO miles northwest of 
San Franeisco, and 1 mile from Paijerville, 
its exp. and postoffice. 
Taylor .James T, hotel and picnic grounds. 



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4'AIfil»ltKl..li. A station on the S. 
1*. C. K. R., in Santa Clara county, 5 miles 
southwest of San .Jose, the county seat, and 
exp., tel. and banking point. It was first 
settled in 188(), and has Congregational and 
Methodist chiireheH, and extensive fruit dry- 
ing works. I*opulati(m, 150. Ships fruit. 
Telephone, San .I>)3e, San Francisco and 
Santa ('ru/, Mail, daily. Charles Berry, 
])OHtmaster. 

Reatty Rev (J W (Methodist). 

Itc'rry 4 'lia&T*l<<'N, News Dealer, Agent 

Wells, l<\irg() & Co, W U Tel Co, S P Co, 

and l*o.stmaster. 
Berry .J, poultry breeder. 
Campbell iienjamin, fruit grower. 
Fleming K & Co, fruit drying works. 
*Vo(.te H S. 
(iray Miss B, teacher. 
(»ray Miss M, teacher. 
San .Jose liriek ('o, brick nmfrs. 
Serigolli S, wine mnfr. 
Sprung F, blacksmith. 
Windsor Kev Wm (Congregational). 



C AifllPO. A postoffice on Campo creek, 
close to the Mexican border in San Diego 
county, 50 miles via tri- weekly mail stage 
route east of San Diego, the county seat, 
nearest bank, tel., exp. and shipping point, 
which is also connected by telephone. It 
eontains a steam flouring and saw mill, Ad- 
ventist and Methodist churches, and 40 in- 
habitants. Ships cattle, honey and garden 
truck. T. F. Livingston, postmaster. 
Adams C V, gardener. 
Adams Rev E J (Adventist). 
Anderson Lewis, apiarist. 
Asbeck, J, hotel. 
Baker .Joan, apiarist. 
Campl)ell & (Jhilwell, stock raisers. 
Cannon Thomas, stock raiser. 
Chowning W H, stock raiser. 
Deerick W H, apiarist. 
Gaskill B, blacksmith. 

Caskill S E, general store, blacksmith, flour 
and saw mills. 

Garner A W, apiarist. 

Carner J E, stock raiser. 

Gray .J M, stock raiser. 

Grigsby A D, stock raiser. 

Harris Henry, carpenter. 

Hauser Jacob, apiarist. 

Herrick A P, apiarist. 

Hill Bros, stock raisers. 

I^ivin^sionc 'V F, Apiarist, Wagon- 
maker and Postmaster. 

McCain H J, stock raiser. 

Sefert A M, shoemaker. 

Smith Kev David (Methodist). 

Van Poser C, brick mnfr. 

Williams A L, apiarist. 



CAIfll'O SKCO. In Calaveras coun- 
ty, 3 miles west of Valley Springs, its ship- 
ping point, and west of San Andreas, the 
county seat. Copper mines are worked. 
Populati(m, 150. Nearest bank at Stockton. 
Mail, daily. 

Borger C, mining supt. 
Bowman A, livery. 
4Vei@rlitoii li. Postmaster. 
*Cutter George W, fruit grower. 
Dos'set L, saloon, « 
Hinckley .T, mining supt. 
Lewis Miss A, teacher. 
Nye D B, general store. 
Ryno Wm, saloon. 
Viessaux G, general store. 

€:'Al?Il»TOMVII.I.E. Located in 
1852 between the North find Middle Yuba 
rivers in Yuba county, 48 miles northeast of 
Marysville, the county seat, and 2.3 north of 
Nevada City, the nearest shipping and prefer- 
able banking point. Gold mining and fruit 



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growing are the chief industries. Mail stages 

to MarysWlle tri-weekly, via BuUard's Bar, 

Dobbin's, Oregon House, and Brown's Valley, 

fare ^5; daily, to Nevada City, fare §3.50. 

Population, 2(30. Exp., W. F. k Co. Mail, 

daily. E. C. Cochran, postmaster. 

Bliss C A, justice of the peace. 

Bray I D, constable. 

Barris Joseph, saloon. 

Clark A B, hotel. 

Clark Mrs A B, dressmaker. 

Cochran E C, Books, Dry Goods, 

Boots, Shoes, etc., and Postmaster. 
Cole & Green, stage proprs. 
Covey E B, carpenter. 
Crmningham E F, teacher. 
Darville Mrs E M, hotel. 
Dunphey Mrs, dressmaker. 
Eastman M, fruit grower. 
Erwin & Danachke, blacksmiths. 
Gerweiner Caspar, shoemaker. 
Horwege John, shoemaker. 
Hugg B P, carpenter. 
Jackson J, painter. 
KendaU George W, livery. 
Locey & Co, meat market. 
Mayo G, saloon. 

Meek John R, general store, agent W F & Co. 
Ramm John, wine mnfr. 
Silvey J, fruit grower. 
Thomas Robert, fruit grower. 
Walton, Luce k, Co, saw mill. 
"Walton T H, insurance agent. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, John R Meek 
Agent. 

Williams Samuel, fruit grower. 
Yeisley Oliver, carpenter. 

CAjflUI^OS. Pleasantly situated on 
Santa Clara river, and on the S. P. R. R. , 
in Ventura county, 35 miles east of San 
Buenaventura, or Ventura postoffice, the 
county seat. Population, 150. Nearest bank, 
at Santa Paula. Nearest exp. and tel. office 
at Piru City. 2 miles west. Mail, daily. 
Juventino Del Valle, postmaster. 
Ashby Charles, stock raiser. 
Barry E W, stock raiser. 
Case T A, stock raiser. 
Cook D C, fruit grower. 
I>el Valle Bros, General Store, Real 

Estate, and Orange Growers. 
Dunn R, stock raiser. 
Dunton H, apiarist. 
Holser John, stock raiser. 
Jones William, stock raiser. 
Lechler George, apiarist. 
Reasoner Oliver, apiarist. 
Sumner Charles, stock raiser. 
Stockton George, apiarist. 
Whitaker W B, apiarist. 



CA:V A. A station on the S. P. R. R. , in 

the northwestern corner of Butte county, 12 
miles from Chico, the nearest banking point, 
and 5 from Nord, the nearest exp. and tel. 
office. Mail, daily. 



C Ai^B Y. On Pitt river, in Modoc coun- 
ty, 22 miles west of Alturas, the county 
seat, and 138 northeast of Redding, the 
nearest railroad station. Tel. and exp. at 
Adin, 22 miles south. It contains a Congre- 
gational society and 28 inhabitants. Ships 
live stock, grain and hay. Mail stages daily, 
to Adin and Alturas. 

Caldwell F W, General Store and P M. 
Crowl James, blacksmith. 
Ross F W, blacksmith. 
Williams C J. saloon. 



CAPAY. A station on the Vaca Val- 
ley and Clear Lake Railroad; established 
in 1870, in Yolo county, 19 miles west of 
Woodland, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. United Bretheren and Chris- 
tian Church organizations are sustained. 
Population, 300. Shipments, wheat, barley, 
potatoes, live stock, grapes and raisins. 
Daily mail stage, to Woodland, fare SI. Tri- 
weekly, to Lower Lake, fare §2.50. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., W. F. k Co. Mail, daily. 
M. C. Nurse, postmaster. 
Aldrich J W, brick mnfr. 
Allison & Booth, blacksmiths. 
Angius N P, fruits. 
Bardon J W, carpenter. 
Bardon Mrs J W, dressmaker. 
Cadanasso Bros, grape growers. 
Cole W E, grape grower, 
Conner H, carpenter. 
Craig T, physician. 
*Crane T J. 

Duncan G L, livery and constable, 

EUenbrok F, salooQ. 

Everett Bros, grape growers. 

Gillig's Vineyard, grape growers. 

Haines A, agent Sunset Tel Co. 

Haines Z, general store. 

Hood G, carpenter. 

Lang J A, saloon. 

Mansfield Yi, physician. 

Mansfield Miss E, dressmaker. 

Marraccini G, grape grower. 

Mefiford George, insurance. 

Mefford H, carpenter. 

Newton J, shoemaker. 

IViirse itl C, Grocer and Postmaster. 

Orengo B & Co, general store. 



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CA]^'3f03F. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., in Solano county, 4 miles southwest of 
Elmira, the nearest mail office. 



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Parker H, grape grower. 
Parker Oscar, grape grower. 
Smith Rev J J (United Brethren). 
Speight E, barber. 
Stevens J, hotel and livery. 
Sumna A, meat market. 
Tandy J, harnessmaker. 
Thomas E, grape grower. 



CAI*EtiIj. A farm-house postoffice in 
Napa county, 15 miles north of Napa City, 
the county seat, shipping, banking, and 
nearest exp. and tel. office. Principal prod- 
ucts, grain, live stock and fruit. Tri- weekly 
mail stages, to Napa and Monticello. 
Brughelli T, dairy. 
Jackson Miss Mattie, dressmaker. 
McLaughlin A, wool dealer. 
Pare J H, fruit grower. 
Pieratt A L, stock raiser and blacksmith. 
l*ieratt A W, Postmaster. 
Raney A J, wool grower. 
Raney G W, fruit grower. 



CAPETOWN. A postoffice and set- 
tlement near Cape Mendocino, on Bear river, 
near the coast in Humboldt county, 40 miles 
south of Eureka, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Tel, and exp., at Ferndale, 10 
miles north. Port Kenyon, 15 miles north, 
is the shipping point. The place has a saw- 
mill, and a good hotel, the Bear River House. 
Principal shipments, dairy produce. Tri- 
weekly mail stages to Ferndale, Petrolia and 
Upper Mattole. 
Bernadoscia G, cooper. 
*Morrison S W. 
Roberts D R, saw mill. 
Ntevens R W, Hotel, Feed Stable and 

Postmaster. 



CAWSTRATVO. A postoffice in Or- 
ange county, on the Southern Cal. ET. R., 25 
miles southeast of Santa Ana, the county 
seat and nearest bank location. Population, 
500. The principal shipments are oranges, 
walnuts, stock and wool. Exp., W. F- & 
Co. Tel., W.U. M. Mendelson postmaster. 
Bacon J E, Justice of the Peace. 
Binancio Haran &Bro, saloon. 
Curran Rev (Catholic). 



Egan R, notary public. 
Forster M A, wool grower. 
Garcia Dolores, saloon. 
Goulden D F, blacksmith. 
^Jflendelson Iff, General Store, Hotel, 

Insurance, Grape Grower, Agent W F & 

Co, and Postmaster. 
Norton F C, teacher. 
Oharzabal Domingo, wool grower. 
Peck R G, agent W U Tel Co and S P Co. 
Salaberri Juan & Co, general store and hotel. 
Weber Edward, constable. 
Wells, Fargfo & Co, M Mendelson 

Agent. 



CAPIXOI^A. Santa Cruz county, 
situated on the Bay of Monterey, and ori the 
S. P. R. R., 4 miles east of Santa Cruz, the 
county seat; is a favorite summer resort. It 
is noted for fine bathing, boating and fishing, 
and pleasant drives. Stage to Santa Cruz 
twice a day; fare, 25 cents. J. F. Lewis, 
postmaster. 

Abbott R H, agent W U Tel Co and S P Co. 

Angell F A & Bros, general store. 

Bryant R, carpenter, 

Collins John, Capitola transfer. 

Givens Mrs C, propr bath houses. 

Lewis Mrs Frank, propr Capitola Park Hotel. 

Lewis J F, photographer and postmaster. 

Nash Bros, livery. 

Swall & Martin, saloon. 

Syckle H Van, capitalist. 

Zingg Mrs, bakery. 



CARBOj^. Located in 1873 on Hat 
creek, a tributary of Pitt river, in Shasta 
county, 74 miles northeast of Redding, the 
county seat, nearest banking and shipping 
point. Population, 50. Ships farm produce. A 
saw-mill is operated by power derived from 
the creek. Exp. , Burney Valley. Tel., Mel- 
ville. Daily mail stages to Redding and in- 
termediate towns. D.Murcken, postmaster. 
Bennett Benjamin, carpenter. 
Dungan I, blacksmith. 
Hayes M, teacher. 
Haynea R W, stock raiser. 
Koch F, saw mill. 

TVIiirclceii I>, Farmer and Postmaster. 



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Amador county. 



CARISA. San Luis Obispo county. 
See Fainted Bock. 



CAR]^S]IA1>. Situated on the coast, 
a station on the Southern California Rail- 
road, in San Diego county, 38 miles north of 
San Diego, the county seat. It has noted 



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mineral springs and is a seaside resort. It 
has a Congregational church and a population 
of 120. Bank, at Oceanside, 3 miles north. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. 
James D. Crain, postmaster. 
Barnes F B, prin public school. 
Baury A E, painter. 

Carlsbad Land and Mineral Water Co (D D 
Wadsworth, H A Nelson, G Schutte, 
S C Smith). 
id*a<iii James 1>, Business Mngr Carls- 
bad Commission House and Postmaster. 
Culver A J, carpenter. 

*Davis James F, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co and S C R R. 
Hess W H, feed stable. 
Haslett Henry, dairy. 
Lehn Joseph, shoemaker. 
Mayer John, general store. 
Pratt M C, iDoardiog house. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, James F Davis 
Agent. 



CARIWCENIXA. A station on the S. 
P. R. R., in Los Angeles county, 18 miles 
southeast of Los Angeles, the county seat. 
Nearest bank at Downey 6 miles west. Exp. 
and tel., at Norwalk, 2 miles west. This is 
a rich and productive farming section. Irri- 
gation by artesian wells, 75 to 400 feet in 
depth, from which a flow above the surface 
is obtained. Mail, daily. 
l>oii.g'liei*ty Henry O, General Store 
and Postmaster. 
Schrake E. 



CARI»EI¥TERIA. Is located on 
Santa Barbara channel, in Santa Barbara 
county, 1 1 miles east of Santa Barbara, the 
county seat, and is a station on the S. P. R. 
R., shipping chiefly fruit, lima beans and 
English walnuts. The village contains Pres- 
byterian, Methodist and Baptist churches, 
a good school and a population of 300. Tel. , 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Bank at Santa 
Barbara. Ship by either steamship or rail- 
road. Mail, daily. A. S. Reed, postmaster. 
Anderson Wm, general store. 
Blood James A, walnut grower. 
Brown Rev D C (Methodist). 
Cadwell L B, fruit grower. 
•^Cadwell N. 
Carpenteria Band. 
Carrillo John J, saloon. 
Chambers Frank, barber. 
Corless Fred, painter. 
Couch R C, physician. 
Diedrich I C, notary public. 
Diramick Bros, brick mnfrs. 
Doerr John, meat market. 
Dunlap Rev A T (Methodist). 



Eddy F I, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co, 

and S P Co. 
Evans C P, teacher. 
Fish Rev E F (Presbyterian). 
Fish Henry, real estate and notary public. 
Gardner & Walker, architects and builders. 
Hawley R B, justice of the peace. 
Heath Russell, walnut grower. 
Higgins P C, well borer. 
Hughey Dr C M, druggist. 
Hughey Miss 0, dressmaker. 
Ivory W H, blacksmith. 
Knapp E J, fruit grower. 
Laughlin H J, hotel. 
Marquis J, physician. 
Marquis Wm, physician. 
l»acific Coast S S Co, Frank Smith 

Agent 

Peterkin & Sawyer, general store. 

Pidduch M E, photographer. 

Powers L C, poultry breeder. 

Pyster John, stock raiser. 

Reed A S, Agricultural Implements, 
Livery Stable, Deputy Sheriff and Post- 
master. 

Richardson Henry, apiarist. 

Scheerer Joseph, asphaltum mine. 

Shepard I E, orange grower. 

Silva Rudolph, blacksmith. 

Smith Bros, lumber dealers. 

Smith Frank, agent P C S S Co. 

Southern Mill and Warehouse Co, agricul- 
tural implements. 

Sutton B S, veterinary surgeon. 

Thurmond G E, general store. 

Tobey C W, general store. 

Tobey Mrs C W, milliner. 

Turner John, constable. 

Wells, Farg-o & Vo, F I Eddy Agt. 

Whitney Ira, stage propr. 



C ARKVII .I.E. A postoffice in Trin- 
ity county, 36 miles northeast of Weaverville, 
the county seat, and 20 northwest of Bayles, 
the nearest exp., tel. and shipping point. 
Bank, at Weaverville. Mail, twice a week. 
Carr J, hotel. 



CARTERS. Also known as Summers- 
ville, is a recently established postoflice in 
Tuolumne county, 50 miles northeast of 
Oakdale, the nearest shipping point, and 15 
east of Sonora, the county seat, and nearest 
exp. and tel. otfice. Principal products, 
grain and hay. Communication is main- 
tained with Sonora by telephone antl stage. 
Carter <y II, General Store and P. M. 
Curtis T J, saloon. 

Hayward & Hobert, proprs Consolidated 

Eureka Mine. 
Wirt H J, saloon. 



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CASA BtiAj^CA. A station on the 
S. C. R. R., in San Bernardino county, 4 
miles south of Riverside. 



CASCAIJE. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Nevada county, 20 miles west of 
Truckee, and 8 east of Cisco, the nearest 
postoffice. 



CASPAR. On the seacoast in Men- 
docino county, 58 miles via stage route north- 
west of Ukiah, the county seat, and 5 north 
of Mendocino, the nearest banking point. 
It was first settled in 1852, and the principal 
products are lumber, ties, posts and wood. 
Population, 400. Church, Baptist. Stage 
daily to Mendocino, 50 cents. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily, H. B. 
Phillips, postmaster. 

Caspar t«iiml>er Co, Saw Mill and 

General Store. 
Gordon Joseph, hotel. 
Gregor James, blacksmith. 
Heldt George, livery and saloon. 
Kellj' Frank, general store. 
King John, saloon. 

Phillips II B, Postmaster, Supt Cas- 
par Lumber Co, Agent W F & Co and W 
U Tel Co. 

Rosa Rev J S. 

Von Almen Nicholas, saloon. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, H B Phillips Agt. 



C ASSEI.. Formerly called Hat Creek. 
A settlement on Hat creek, in Shasta coun- 
ty, 70 miles northeast of Reddmg, the 
county seat and banking point, to which 
there is a daily stage, fare l$7. Excellent 
power on the river here, at present utilized 
by a saw-mill. Live stock, grain and vege- 
tables are raised. Population, 40. Exp., 
W. F. k Co. Mail, daily. J. W. Lippin- 
cott, postmaster. 
Bid well Bros, stock raisers. 
Brown W W, stock raiser. 
Brownlee W E, hotel and livery. 
Cowell James, lumber mnfr. 
("ulverhouse J, stage propr. 
Doyle M, stock raiser. 
Landes S A, barber. 
Landes Mrs S A, dressmaker. 



*t.ippiiicott JT W, Justice of the 
Peace, Carpentf-r and Postmaster. 

Manly Wm, jeweler. 

Rowlee F M, cooper. 

Strowk Harry, blacksmith. 

Vanorman D N, stock raiser. 

Wells, Fargo .& Co, E B Bainbridge 
Agent. 



CASTIAC. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., in Ventura county, 10 miles west of 
Camulos. 



CASXEE. A station on the S. P. R. 

R. , 6 miles north of Stockton, San Joaquin 
county, the nearest mail office. 



CASTIL.E 

See Cassel. 



C I X Y . Shasta county. 



CASTILE ROCK. Shasta county. 

See Hazel Ci'eek. 



CASTROTII^EE. This town was 
founded in 1864, by J. B. Castro and others, 
who owned large tracts of land in the vicin- 
ity. It is in Monterey county, on the S. P. 
R. R., 8 miles from Salinas, the county seat 
and nearest banking point, 3 miles from 
Monterey bay, 109 miles from San Francisco 
by rail and 76 miles by water. It has ex- 
tensive grain warehouses, Catholic and Un- 
ion churches, 2 schools, 4 teachers and 200 
pupils. There is a hall seating 400. A 
newspaper, called the Record, is published 
weekly. The land in this vicinity is gently 
rolling, the soil of the best quality, being a 
black loam with sediment and adobe land. 
Principal shipments, grain and potatoes. 
Population, 600. The railroad station is 
about three quarters of a mile from the old 
town, and here a new town has been laid 
out, and a number of lots sold, embracing 
the ground at the junction of the Monterey 
Branch R. R. The transportation facilities 
of the town are excellent, having bo'h rail- 
road and water communication. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Charles L Whitch- 
er, postmaster. 

American Hotel, Peter Carroll propr. 

Blakie Frank, warehouse, 2 miles SW. 

Buckley Peter J, shoemaker. 

Carroll Peter, propr American Hotel. 

Casey Patrick, saloon. 

Castro Juan B, livery and real estate. 

Castro Stephen, agent W F & Co. 

Coates Caleb, restaurant. 

Fernandez Macsimoz, fruits. 

Fischer T H, barber. 

Grandpre Henry D, harnessmaker. 

Grandpre Mrs Henry D, midwife. 



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Gregory Dr James R, druggist. 
Jordan John, blacksmith. 
Jordan Patrick, general store. 
Keating Lewis B. general store. 
KeUey E D, publr The Record. 
Keogh Patrick, saloon. 
Knoch Valentine, meat market. 
Lang & Merritt (Frank H Lang, 

Merritt) real estate. 
I^aug^Hlin Sjiroii IS, Agent P C S S 

Co (Moss Landing). 
Lent Bros (Sherley and Vernon) meat market. 
Miller Delia, dressmaker. 
Mills John, propr Plaza Hotel. 
Mitchell J B, stoves and tinware. 
Mooers W A, photographer. 
Murphy Mrs, propr Th wait's Hotel. 
Plaza Hotel, John Mills propr. 
Pomber Juan, saloon. 
Russell David F, shoemaker. 
Salmon Thomas, confectionery. 
Taylor E B, saloon. 
The Record, E D Kelley publr. 
Thwait's Hotel, Mrs P, Murphy propr. 
Tilson Lemuel R, justice of the peace. 
Walsh Michael F, lio.uors. 
Watson Joseph E, varieties. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Stephen Castro 

Agent. 

Whitcher Charles L Jr, postmaster. 
Whitcher & Jefferson (C R Whitcher, es- 
tate Henry Jefferson) general store; 
Wright A. painter. 
Zanoline G B, saloon. 



CATHAY. In Mariposa county, 21 
miles northeast of Merced, the nearest ship- 
ping point and bank, and 12 southwest of 
Mariposa, the county seat. Tel., exp. and 
bank at Hornitos. Shipments, grain, fruits 
and vegetables. Mai], semi-weekly. 
Aull Samuel, carpenter. 
Cathay James, carpenter. 
Cathay Mrs, florist. 
Cathay Nathaniel, stock raiser. 
Dunaway Mrs, florist. 
Egenhoff D, general store. 
Jones Julia, teacher. 
Pendola Louisa, teacher. 
Peterson Louis, grain dealer. 
Redman J H, Stock Raiser and P M. 
Smith Frederick, stock raiser. 
Wills Miss AUie, milliner. 
Wills Miss E, dressmaker. 



CAVE CITY. 

Sheep Ranch. 



Calaveras county. See 



CA YXO]^'. The postoffice for a farming 
settlement on Pitt river, in Shasta county, 
76 miles northeast of Redding, the county 



seat, banking and shipping point. A Chris- 
tian church is in the vicinity. Saw-mill and 
chair factory are in operation. Shipments, 
grain and dairy products. Stage daily, to 
Burney Valley 14 miles, the nearest express 
office. Population, 65. Mail, semi-weekly. 
Gilbert Rev W D (Christian). 
^Opclyke A JF, Farmer and Postmaster. 
Welch John, saw mill. 
Witherow Robert, chair factory. 



CAYUCOS. Is situated on the coast, 
in San Luis Obispo county, 20 miles north- 
west of San Luis Obispo, the county seat. 
The landing here was established in 1869, 
when the wharf and warehouse were built; 
It contains a Presbyterian church, a good 
school and about 200 inhabitants. Principal 
shipments, dairy produce. Daily mail stages 
to the county seat and Cambria. Tel., W. 
U. Exp., W. F. &Co. Mail, daHy. Mrs. 
E. Rigdon, postmaster. 
Bartholemew L L, dairy. 
Biaggini & Storni, meat market. 
Bianchini E, meat market. 
Brockseib Charles, carpenter. 
Campbell G 0, dairy. 
Carey L, livery. 
Cass Charles, dairy. 
Cass James, agent W U Tel Co. 
Cass James &_Co, general store, lumber and 

warehouse, 
Clark Miss Mabel, teacher. 
Currie A A, dairy. 
Donatti S, dairy. 
Dughi E, carpenter. 

Ferguson Miss Mary, dressmkr and milliner. 
Franke L, hotel. 
Freeman J L, fruit grower. 
Gaston J, dairy. 

Grant, Watson & Co, general store. 

Grisingher G, hotel, 

Hampton A L, teacher. 

Hardie Miss M, teacher. 

Jewett Miss S M, teacher. 

K ester J B, fruit grower. 

Levy H, general store. 

Logan H J, dairy. 

Mac Bros, dairy. 

Mandersheid Carl, druggist. 

Middlemast J, fruit grower. 

Pacific CoaJif S S ^'o, James Casa 
& Co Agents. 

Pedrotta James, blacksmith. 

Pedrotta R, baker. 

Ramonettie .1, shoemaker. 

Rigdon H P, wagonmaker and dep post- 
master. 

Righetti Mike, dairy. 

Shirley Miss E, teacher. 

Slocombe Rev S (Presbyterian). 



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CAZAI>ERO. Formerly called Aus- 
tin and afterward Ingrams, is the present 
northern terminus of the N. P, C. E,. E., in 
Sonoma county, about 27 miles west of 
Santa Rosa, the county seat, and 87 north- 
west of San Francisco. Nearest bank at 
Tomales. Shipments, lumber. Population, 
5. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U.^ Mail, 
daily. 

Allman's Stage Line, C F Burns agent. 
Burns, Charles F, hotel and postmaster. 
Field Frederick S, agt W F & Co, W U Tel 
Co and N P C R R. 



CECIt.VII.t.E. On Salmon river, in 
Siskiyou county, 116 miles via mail route 
north-west of Redding, its shipping point. 
Semi-weekly mail stage from Weaverville, 
Trinity county. 
Sightman G H, general store. 

CEI>AItVItiILiE. A prosperous town 
on Cedar creek, in Modoc county, 25 miles 
west of Alturas, the county seat. It con- 
tains a bank, a steam flour-mill, a Method- 
ist church, and a good school. ' Population, 
400. Principal products, hay, grain, vege- 
tables, fruit, wool and dairy products. 
Liegan, Lassen county, a station on the 
N. C. 0. R. R., 120 miles south, is the near- 
est shipping point. Daily stages to Alturas, 
Fort Bid well and Liegan; express, Wells, 
Fargo & Co. Mail, dailv. 
Acty Herman, brick mnfr and plasterer. 
Allen J C, wool grower, 
Allenwood Bros, meat market and soap- fac- 
tory. 

AHeuwood J M & F F, proprs Golden Eagle 
Hotel. 

Cedarville Hotel, J Monchamp propr. 
Cressler, Kistler & Rinehart, stock raisers. ' 
Cressler & Bonner, general store and bankers. 
Delmas B, carpenter. 
Dodson William, nursery. 



Golden Eagle Hotel, J M and F F Allenwood 
proprs. 

Gooch Mrs E C, teacher. 

Hawkins J H, flour and feed mill. 

Herron W M, saloon. 

Hill Bros & Dodson, stock raisers. 

Hironymous Henry, veterinary surgeott. 

Hironymous Jesse, lumber mnfr. 

Hironymous & Cannon, wool growers. 

Hudspath W D, stock raiser. 

Jackey R P, books and stationery, justice, 
photographer, and postmaster. 

•Tolinstone X II, General Store, Agri- 
cultural Implements, Insurance, and Agt 
W F k Co. 

Kistler A E, insurance agent. 

Kistler Bros, general store. 

Linscott J S, livery. 

Long A K, laT^^er. 

McCormick Charles, constable. 

McCormick W H, wool grower. 

JVIcLeod Daniel, shoemaker. 

Matthews & Sly, blacksmiths. 

Messier N, stock raiser. 

Monchamp Fenelon, barber. 

Monchamp Julian, meat market and propr 
Cedarville Hotel. 

Morgan M Q, carpenter. 

Norton M L, veterinary surgeon. 

Pagnello H, crockery, stoves, and tinware. 

Patterson Dr W H, stock raiser. 

Ross A B, wool grower. 

Sexton & Pease, stage proprs. 

Seyferth Mrs E C, wool grower. 

Smith W R, watches and jewelry. 

Stanley A T, teacher. 

Stough Jonas, brewery. 

Surprise Valley Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs. 

Surprise Valley Well Boring Co, J M Allen- 
wood pres. 

Taylor A H, cooper. 

Taylor J H, painter. 

Walls Thomas, stock raiser. 

Wells, Eargo & Co, T H Johnstone 
Agent. 

Williams Rev J H N (Methodist). 
Woodbridge B, physician and druggist. 
Woodbridge Mrs B, milliner. 
Wylie James, capitalist. 



CEI^TERVIEl^E. 

See Kings River. 



Fresno county. 



CEI^TINEEA. A postoffice at the 
railroad station called Ingle wood, in Los An- 
geles county, on the Southern Cal. Ry., 
10 miles south of Los Angeles, the county 
seat and banking point. It has a planing 
mill, brick yard, general store, etc., and a 
population of about 300. Telephone con- 
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Beach. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. CJ. 

Mail, daily. George Robbins, postmaster. 

Cox George, plasterer. 

Doak Thomas J, insurance agent. 

Freeman D, planing mill and brick mnfr. 

Hattell C J, florist. 

Hunt D W, barber. 

Johnston C K, druggist and grocer. 

Kelso & Thompson, real estate. 

McNally James, constable. 

Mackenzie Dr W D, druggist. 

Palmer Frederick E, insurance. 

Parsons Mrs Earl, teacher. 

Peyton J V, saloon. 

Ro1>1>iii!^ Oeorge, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Savory Rev George W. 
Solleuberger Samuel, plasterer. 
Todd George, cixil engineer. 
Todd George Jr, insurance agent. 

CE:>^XRAt. HOUSE. A post- 
office in Butte county, 19 miles south of 
Oroville, the county seat, 5 northwest of 
Moore's Station, and4J east of Gridley, both 
railroad points. Population, 150. Tri- 
weekly mail stages from the former place. 
Tel., exp. and bank at Gridley. 
Frisleben D X, stock raiser. 
*Hutchins J S, stock raiser. 



CE^fTRAI. I»Oi:\T. A discontin- 
ued postoffice within 1^ miles of the S. P. R. 
R., in Merced county, and 35 southwest of 
Merced, the county seat and banking point. 
Los Bancs is the railroad, exp. and tel. sta- 
tion. It has a Methodist (South) church 
society, and grain is the principal product. 
Population, 20. Telephone service. Tri- 
weekly mail stages, to Newman, Merced and 
Gilroy. Mail to Los Banos. 
Miller & Lux (S F) general store and stock 

raisers. 
Stockton W J, blacksmith. 
Xaiiiier Horace O, Foreman for Mil- 
ler k, Lux. 
Ward Rev J M (M E South), 



CE:\XRETIEEE. a prosperous 
town, the center of an excellent fruit-grow- 
ing section in Alameda county, and the ter- 
minus of a branch of the S. P. C. R. R. , 3 
miles northeast of Newark, its shijjping 
point, and 25 southeast of Oakland, the 
county seat. It contains Catnolic, Episco- 
pal and Presbyterian churches, a public 
school, water- works, and is connected with 
Sunset Tel. system. A sandstone quarry is 
m the vicinity. Products, cereals, vegeta- 
bles and fruit. Population. 300. Banks at 
Oakland and San Jose. Tel.. W. U. Exp., 



\V. F. & Co. Stage to Niles, 3 miles north- 
east, twice a day. Mail, daily. Edward 
Niehaus, postmaster. 

Beck David H, general store and harnessmkr 

Brown Miss Flora, teacher. 

Crosby Henry, plumber. 

Crump Rev E T (Episcopal). 

Fare John T, dentist. 

Gilfillan Rev .J F (Presbyterian). 

Goularte V J, shoemaker. 

Governo Rev D (Catholic). 

Gregory Henry C, livery. 

Hawes F T, general store, agent W F & Co. 

Lenhardt August, druggist and agent Sun- 
set Tel Co. 

Lewis Mrs B J , hotel. 

Lorentzon Andrew, barber. 

Lucio Joseph, shoemaker. 

]\ielia.iis Edvrard, Postmaster. 

Pullen C J, propr Gregory Hotel. 

Riser & Rosa, blacksmiths. 

Robertson John VV, wagoiimaker. 

Rose Frank, saloon. 

Salz Ferdinand, general store. 

Sandholdt Samuel, real estate. 

Silveira Manuel, barber and saloon. 

Tone C J, general store. 

Trefoy I'' A, constable. 

Walton Wm, blacksmith. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, F T Hawes Agt. 

* Yates Wm A, real estate, insurance and 
notary public. 



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CE:^'XR0. Los Angeles county. See 

Gladstone. 

CERES. A station on the Visalia divi- 
sion, S. P. R. R.. in Stanislaus county, 4| 
miles southeast of Molesto, the county seat 
and banking point. It contains 200 inhabit- 
ants, a Baptist church and good school. 
Wheat is the chief product. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Tel., W. U. Telephone to Modesto 
and Turlock. Mail, daily. Russell B. Cur- 
ry, postmaster. 
Annear .1 blacksmitli. 
Averill Bros k Hall, l)lacksmiths and proprs 

Water Works. 
Averill Wm, carpenter. 
Conner Mrs A, hotel. 
Bearing S E, agent W F & Co. 
Bearing W L, agent S P Co. 
Gutierrez A, general store. 
Kerrick J W, teacher. 
PettiL'rew .1, meat market. 



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Starks & Service, general store. 
Ulch Mrs N E, dressmaker and milliner. 
Wallace Miss Emma, teacher. 
Whitmore Daniel, wheat dealer. 



CERRITOS. A station on the S. P. 
R. K, in Los Angeles county, 14 miles south 
of Los A.ngeles, and 4 south of Compton, 
the nearest mail office. 
Harris & Day, general store. 



CERRO O0RI>0. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Inyo county, 6 miles east 
of Keeler, the exp., tel. and shipping point. 
Roland H R, Geaeral Store and P M. 



dIANj^"Et<. A discontinued post- 
office at a mining camp sometimes called 
Little Butte Creek, in Butte county, 29 
miles north of Oroville, the county seat. 
Nearest bank, tel. and exp. office at Chico. 
Mail to Lovelock. 
Coutolenc E F, general store. 



r CHAPARRAI^. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Butte county, 43 miles 
north of Oroville, the county seat. Chico is 
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CHAREESXOTV. A discontinued 
postoffice in Merced county, 13 miles south- 
east of Central Point, the nearest mail of- 
fice. 

CM AX. A postoffice at a settlement of 
75 persons, known also as Moran, also as 
Junction, in Lassen county, 64 miles south- 
east of Susanville, the county seat, and is 
a station on the Nevada, California, Ore- 
gon R. R., 38 miles northwest of Reno, 
Nev., the nearest banking and tel. point. 
Chief shipments, live stock, lumber and 
wheat. Exp., W. F. & Co. Stages daily, 
to Quincy, 56 miles west, fare $7, and inter- 
mediate points. 

RirdL A », Agent Moran Exp, N C 

R R, and Asst Postmaster. 
Miller James, cattle dealer. 
Roberts J, Bedford Hotel. 
Robert!^ .¥ C, Stock Raiser and P M. 



CHIEROKEE. Li Butte county, 12 
miles north of Oroville, the county seat, 
tel., exp., banking and shipping point, with 
which there is daily mail stage service, fare 
SI; daily stage also to Pentz and Yankee 
Hill. Gold mining is the chief interest. 
Population, 450. A Catholic church is loca- 
ted here. Thomas L. Vinton, postmaster. 
Baden, Slaven & Lott, general store. 
Bader Charles, brewery. 
Medanich George, saloon. 
New York G M Co, S L Robinson pres. 
Osgood J C, agent W U Tel Co. 
Ropp W H, druggist and notions. 
Rowe Bros, saloon. 
Sain J H, druggist and notions. 
Stirmer J, hotel. 

Vinton Xliomas E, General Store and 
Postmaster. 



CHEROKEE. Nevada county. See 
Patterson. 



CHESXER. A discontinued postoffice 
in Merced county, 20 miles west of Merced. 



CHESX]^UX. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., Shasta route, in Siskiyou county, 1 
mile from Dunsmuir, the nearest postoffice. 



CHICAGO PARK. A station on 
the Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad, 
in Nevada county, 14 miles south of Nevada 
City, the county seat. Nearest bank, Grass 
Valley, 8^ miles northwest. Ships farm 
products and fruit. Population, 150. 
daily. V. E. Caldwell, postmaster. 
Briot C H, propr Mohawk saw mill. 
* Porter R R, mngr Mohawk saw mill. 
Sailor E F, fruit grower. 
Trail G E, poultry breeder. 



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CHICO. An important town on the S. 
P. R. K. (Shasta route), in Butte county, 24 
miles northwest of Oroville, the county seat, 
and 186 northeast of San Francisco. It is 
pleasantly situated on a creek bearing the 
same name, and is the most prosperous trad- 
ing and manufacturing town in the county, 
besides being surrounded by one of the rich- 
est agricultural regions in the state. It con- 
tains roller flouring mills partly operated by 
water power of the creek; gas and electric 
light works; water works; a volunteer fire 
department; 2 banks with a capital of $250,- 
000 and $300,000; 2 newspapers, the Chron- 
icle Record and the Chico Enterprise, both 
published daily and weekly; Methodist, 
Episcopal, Presbyterian, Baptist, Christian 
and Catholic churches; 7 schools, with 19 
teachers and about 1 000 pupils; and a pub- 



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lie library and reading room. In the terri- 
tory tributary are rich paying gold mines, 
and a lime quarry is 16 miles distant. 
Large tracts of land have been subdivided in 
this vicinity and offered for sale, the most 
notable of which is Chico Vecino, the 
magnificent tract of General John Bidwell. 
Shipments, wheat, Hour, barley, dried and 
green fruits, wool, lumber, cattle and nur- 
sery stock. Stages leave here for Oroville, 
Orland, Princeton, Butte City, Prattville, 
Newville, Pentz and Powellton. Telephone 
to Oroville, Marysville, Willows, St. John 
and Sacramento. Population, 6,000. Tel., 
W. U. and P. P. Exp.. W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. Hiram T. Batchelder, postmaster. 



Aldrich N K, architect. 
Allen Albert, blacksmith. 
AUen D H, fruits. 
Allen John H, blacksmith. 
Ball Charles, jeweler. 

Ba^nk of Butte Co (Capital, $2.50,- 
000) N D Rideout Pres, F C Lusk Vice- 
Pres, Charles Faulkner Cashier. 

Bank of Ckico (Capital $300,000) Orrin 
Gowell Pres, Henry VV^ Heath Vice-Pres, 
Alexander H Crew Cashier. 

Barbara Gilbert L, acting agent W F & Co. 

Barker James W, saloon. 

Barker & Daniels (James W Barker, George 
B Daniels) saloon. 

Barnes David L, paints. 



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These are a consolidation of the Chico Chronicle, formerly published by Brown & Walker, and the Bi'ttk 
Record, published by George A. Crosette, the oldest paper in Butte County, and one of the oldest in the State. 
They are now owned, published and edited by the Chico Publishintf Company, composed of the gentlemen 
whose names appear above, Chico, Butte Co., Cal. 

Chico is the metropolis of the great County of Butte, situated on the California and Oregon Railroad, 9(> 
miles north of Sacramento. It has a population of 5,000, and is rapidly growing, being the central iu>int of 
the finest agricultural and horticultural region of Northern California. It is also the seat of the branch State 
Normal School and of the State Forestry Station. As an advertising medium the Daily and Weekly Ciirosiclk 
Record has no equal in the Northern part of California. 

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W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Barnes J F, barber. 
Batclielder Hiram T, postmaster. 
Behme Julius H, grocer. 
Bennett Mrs J G, millinery. 
Bicknell Thomas, furniture. 
Bidwell .101111, Farmer and Real Es- 
tate. 

Boon J B, sewing machine agent. 

Bowers J H, justice of the peace. 

Breslauer Ben, clothing. 

Breslauer D & Co (David Breslauer, Samuel 

Alexander), clothing. 
Breslauer Herman, clothing. 
Breslauer Manuel, boots and shoes. 
Brooks J T, saloon. 

Browii III X, Civil and Mining En- 
gineer. 

Broyles Adam C, grocer. 

Brunner Alexis A, grocer. 

Burk & Mansfield (Isaac Bark, J H Mans- 
field), saloon. 

Burle-^on H & Co (H Burleson, J P 
Thomas), produce. 

Cain James, shoemaker. 

Camper Henry W, carriage- mnfr. 

Camper Lewis S, blacksmith. 

Camper & Coster (Henry H Camper, Wm J 
Coster), real estate. 

Canfield Eugene E, carriage mnfr. 

Central Hotel, W F Locey, propr. 

Clialmers Wa^tson, Publr and Propr 
Chico Enterprise. 

Cliico Clironicle-Recoi-cl, Chico 
^Publg Co., Proprs. [Seep.lSl.) 

Cliico Enterpi'ii^e, Watson Chal- 
mers Publr and Propr. {See p. 189.) 

Chico Hotel, J W Thompson, propr. 

Chico Pii1>li<^hiii{^ Co (A J Brown, 
F W Walker, Jesse Wood) Proprs Chroni- 
cle-Record. {See2->. 187.) 

Chico Roller Flouring Mills, John Bidwell, 
propr. 

Chico ^t^Lg:e Co, J T Veale Propr. 
{See p. 189.) 

Chico Transfer Co, C L Barham mngr. 
Chico & Oroville Stage I^ine, J. 

D Finnicum Propr. {Seep. 
Coggins Bros (Clifford, Lowell and Charles 

F) planing mill. 
Commercial In^^urance Co of 

Cal, Lilian O'Ferrall Agent. 



Cooper Barney, livery. 

Croissant Charles, brewer. 

Crowell Mrs F, dressmaker. 

Daily C M, barber. 

Daily Wm, boots and shoes. 

David Victor, real estate. 

Davison James, justice of peace. 

Dawson J Alvin, physician. 

Derraan George W, saloon. 

Deveny & Crew (John Deveny, Henry W 

Crew) druggists. 
Diller Cliff W, saloon. 
Dooley Thomas, restaurant. 
DriscoU John, saloon. 
Eames A G, soda water mnfr. 
Early W M, clothing. 
Eisner David, cigars. 
Eitel J M Frank, drugs. 
Elliott Wm, propr Tilton House. 
Falkner Charles, insurance. 
Fetters & Williams (Charles Fetters, Fred C 

Williams) furniture. 
Fink Phillip, saloon. 

Finnicum JF 1>, Propr Chico and Oro- 
ville Stage Line. {Seep. 187.) 

Fish Charles H, barber. 

Fisher Anson F, sewing machines. 

Flint James V, music. 

Frye H H, photographer. 

Olees^on John JR, Insurance Agent and 
Notary. 

Graham Rev Edward (Presbyterian). 
Gustin H N, books and stationery. 
Hall J B, saloon. 

Hallam John J, propr Hallam House. 
Hallett Henry, furniture. 
Hart Thomas B, confectionery. 
Hawkins & Son (Wm and George F) 

Hardware. 
Hawley Nellie, milliner. 
Heberlie Nicholas, blacksmith. 
Heinbach C C, shoemaker. 
Henry & Diller (Allen Henry, R Diller) real 

estate. 
Henshaw Park, lawyer. 
Hewitt Henry M, physician. 
Hibbard & Sommer (A A Hibbard, C J Som- 

mer) jewelry. 
Hobart Charles V, commission. 
Hollensen Frank P, dry goods. 
Holmes E, notions. 

Hubbard & Earll (C H Hubbard, Wm Earll) 
hardware. 

Hubbell & Boothe (Lawrence L Hubbell, 

Alfred Boothe) hardware. 
Hunt Edmund F, constable. 
Immal C A, saloon. 
J^ickson Joseph S. physician. 
Jackson Peter, barber. 
Jackson Samuel H, insurance. 
Jewett Oscar S, cabinetmaker. 



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Joltiii^oii Cliarles Propr Johnson 
House. 

•folinson House, C N Johnson Propr. 
Johnson Newman, grocer. 
Judge Miss M L, agt P P Tel and Cable Co. 
Kemper Mrs M G, dressmaker. 
Kerr Wm S, real estate. 
Klingst Henry, jeweler. 
Landis A J, physician. 
Leaman C A, police judge. 
Lee W, drugs. 
Lightfoot Wm, saloon. 
Locey Wm F, propr Central Hotel. 
Longdon Mrs Ellen, saloon. 
Longfellow Jacob J, feed. 
Lowe Wm H, notions. 
Lurch Mrs C, dressmaker. 
Lusk F C, lawyer. 
Lyons George, harnessmaker, 
McFadyen Archibald, dentist. 
McFadyen John, physician. 
McGann James, civil engineer. 
McKenzie J A, saloon. 
McLennan Henry K, saloon. 
Mason C C, physician. 
Mayer John A, teas. 
Mery Michael L, iron works. 
Meyer P V, barber. 
Miller F W, grocer. 
Mitchell David, saloon. 
Monitor Mill & Lumber Co, Charles A. Tripp 
supt. 

Moore J E, dentist. 

Moose Bros (Alexander & Gustav) boots and . 
shoes. 

Mosher Mrs W G, milliner. 

Murphy John G, harnessmaker. 

Murphy Thomas, shoemaker. 

Nelson Charles L, horseshoer. 

Neubarth John G, cigar mnfr. 

Neubarth & Edwards (John G Neubarth. 

John D Edwards) dry goods. 
Newman John F, hardware. " 
Nichols A L, hardware. 
Nooner J G, baker. 

O'Hair Bros (Ambrose and Fred) tailors. 
O'Neil J J, veterinary surgeon. 
Oliver Cassius A, physician. 
Oser Morris, dry goods. 
Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, Miss M L Judge 
agent. 



I^arlc Hotel, Wm Peters Proprietor. 
Patterson T W, barber. 
Peters Wm, Proprietor Park Hotel. 
Peters & Bro (Philip and Henry) dry goods. 
Peterson & Kramer (George F C Peterson, 

Charles Kramer) meat market. 
Pulliam Wm J, blacksmith. 
Reavis B N, meat market. 
Eeavis D M, meat market. 
Reieliling Peter, Proprietor Union 

Hotel. {See p. 189.) 
Eeister Lewis A, harnessmaker. 
Eobbie & Bruce (Wm Kobbie and John 

Bruce, marble works. 
Roberts W C, harnessmaker. 
Rodley J Ellis, physician. 
Roper J W & Co (John W Roper, August 

L Neubarth) insurance. 
Schooler Wm H, lawyer. 
Scott N B, restaurant. 
Scouler Robert, lawyer. 
Shearer P M, fruit grower. 
Sherwood Wm H, carriage manfr. 
Shey Ike, boots and shoes. 
Sierra Lumber Co, C E Tinkham mngr. 
Silberstein Herman, clothing. 
Snook George S, livery. 
Soper Wm T, furniture. 
Sproul J D, lawyer. 
Stansbury Oscar, physician. 
Steele Rev C (M E South). 
Storrs & Ames (H Maurice Storrs, George E 

Ames (second-hand goods). 
Sullivan Bros (Joseph A and W^m H) general 

store. 
Tanfield A, painter. 

Thompson Jerome W, propr Chico Hotel. 
Tickner, Burnham & Co ( Walter A Tickner, 

Z W Burnham, L A Sanderson) general 

store. 

Tilton House, Wm Elliott propr. 
Trank George, saloon. 

Union Hotel, Peter Reichling Propr. 

[See p. 189.) 
Utterback & Humble (Laban L^tterback, 

James Humble) saloon. 
Teale Jolin X, Propr Cbico Stage Co, 

{See p. 189.) 
Waddams Wm H, gunsmith. 
Wafield G W. grocer. 
Wagener E N, shoemaker. 
Walker Cleveland, livery. 
Walters Mrs Laura C, music teacher. 
Warren Cyrus G, lawyer. 
Warren E A, confectioner. 
Wasley D W, dentist. 

Waterland Bros (George F and John F) 

bakers. 
Watts Nelson, physician. 
Wayland John A, insurance. 
Weber B ilth, saloon. 



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Weber Daniel, barber. • 
Weed & Barnard (James Weed, Timothy 

H Barnard, livery. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, G L Barham 

Acting Agent. 
Western Union Tel Co, J E Koranse agent. 
Williams Wm R, insurance. 
Woods D H & Son (David H and George R) 

photographers. 
Wright Wm A, drayman. 



CHII^I>S. A discontinued postofl&ce in 
Santa Barbara county, 8 miles southwest of 
Los Olivos, the nearest shipping point. Mail 
to Ballard. 



CmiL.ES. A farm-house postoffice in 
Napa county, about 21 miles north of Napa 
City, the county seat, and 11 east of Ru- 
therford, the nearest shipping, tel. and exp. 
point. Bank, at St. inelena, 15 miles. 
Products, cereals, fruit and live stock. Mail, 
by special service from Rutherford. 
*Priuce A L. 

Taylor •Tolin, Farmer and Postmaster. 

CHIIjI. a discontinued postoffice in 
Calaveras county, 3 miles from Mokelumne 
Hill, the nearest mail office. 

CmrVA FliAT. A postoffice in 
Humboldt county, 40 miles via mail route, 
northeast of Areata, the shipping, tel., exp. 
and banking point. Mail, weekly. 
Brizard A, general store. 
Brow-n C L, hotel. 

Busseil & Hardy, proprs Clover Flat mines. 
Campbell Thomas, grocer. 
Hemsted Wm H, lumber mnfr. 



CHII^ESE CAini*. The diverging 
point of four tri- weekly mail routes in Tuol- 
umne county, 11 miles south of Sonora, the 
county seat and nearest bank. Oakdale, 2S 
miles west, is the nearest shipping point. 
Catholic and Protestant churches are sus- 
tained. Ships fruit, live stock and minerals. 
Population, 200. Tri-weekly mail stages, to 
Big Oak Flat, Groveland, Modesto, Oakdale, 
Milton and Sonora. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W^ F. & Co. C. F. Wade, postmaster. 
Blackburn W J, fruit grower. 
Croco Rev A H. 

Cutting C B, general store and agent W U 

Tel Co. 
Egling L, blacksmith. 
Goodwin J A, fruit grower. 
Guerin Rev P (Catholic). 
Hoffman G, fruit grower. 
Kempston J, shoemaker. 
Mann J C, saloon. 

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Manzo P, harnessmaker. 
Mayhew C, grain dealer. 
*Morris Henry, general store. 
Neighbor J, fruit grower. 
Palmer E T, barber. 
Pratt S J, justice of the peace. 
Quinn H, fruit grower. 
Reninghaus R, tailor. 

kolinsky C W H, Hotel and Agent 

Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Solinsky W H, livery, 
Stickney I C, carpenter. 
Wade C E, postmaster. 
Wells, IPargo & Co, C W H Solin- 

sky, agent. 
Wheelock S C, saloon. 



CHINO. Settled in 1887, is a post- 
office on the Chino Valley R. R., on the 
great Chino ranch, in San Bernardino county, 
about 30 miles southwest of San Bernar- 
dino, the county seat, and 6 south of On- 
tario, the nearest banking point. It con- 
tains Baptist and Congregational churches, 
the former having a church edifice, a good 
public school, and a population of about 100. 
An immense enertpr-se has been inaugur- 
ated for the cultivation of a vast area of 
beets and the production of beet sugar. The 
construction of a large factory and refinery 
is under way. The country is adapted to 
all kinds of fruits and vegetables. Mail, 
daily. 

Bertiin C E, nursery. 

Campbell Charles P, agt Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Gird Richard, stock raiser. 

Hansen Charles L, nursery. 

Harington M A, brick yard. 

Lawson D, harnessmaker. 

Stocker F E, general store. 

*Wassoii JToIin, Postmaster. 



CIIOIjARIE. a postoffice in San Luis 
Obispo county, about- oO miles north of Sun 
Luis Obispo, the county seat, 30 from San 
Miguel, the railroad, shipping, banking, exp. 
and tel. station. Principal products, live 
stock, hay and grain. Price of land, $o to 
$10 per acre, and it is considered good for 
grain and fruit. Population, 25. Daily mail 
stages to San Miguel and Dudley. 
*Wentworth Miss Grace D, postmaster. 
^VeiitwortU &. Ilriicc, General Store. 

CIIOW^'HII.I.A. Established in 
1876 on the middle fork Chowcliilla river, in 
Mariposa county, 10 miles cast of Mariposa, 
the county seat, and 40 northeast of Atlilone, 
the nearest tel. railroad and 8hi[)ping point. 
Gold mines in the vicinity. Kruit is the 
principal export. Populition 100. Plenty 

Tlio lif.'nHsi'r Nnrsory niirt ClreciiIioMfio.H of 
SniiflliOB'in <'alirorui:i. SviuX for < nlalo;:iir. 
Address, ISyroii <>. <linrk, illaiiaisrr, liox :>,s<> 

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ASSETS, $2,450,000. 

of government l *nd can be had at ^1.25 per 

acre. Exp., Mariposa. 

Lewis W, blacksmith. 

Marshall Harry, nursery. 

McPherson W, teacher. 

*I»almer Krauk C, Grocer and P M. 



CHRISTII^E. A country postoffice in 
Mendocino county, 30 miles west of Ukiah, 
the county seat, and 20 southeast of Whites- 
boro, its exp., tel. and ocean shipping point. 
Ukiah is the nearest railroad station. Popu- 
lation, 50. Shipments, grain, fruit, lumber 
and live stock. Bank at Mendocino. Mail 
stages daily to Cloverdale; fare, $4.25. J. L. 
Eldredge, postmaster. 
Co win T, wool grower. 
Daniels H M, fruit grower. 
*Eldredge G S. 

Eldi*eclge J 1^, General Store and P M. 

Gschwend J, fruit grower and stock raiser. 

Guntly A, fruit grower. 

Guntly J, wool grower, 

Irish E A, stock raiser and saw mill. 

Myers J, wool grower. 

Roads J, fruit grower aftd stock raiser. 

Studebaker Bros, fruit growers. 

Wagner R 0, carpenter. 

Wagner W E, carpenter. 



ClIROMIXE. A station on the S. P. 
R. R. (Shasta route), in Shasta county, 2 
miles from Hazel Creek, the nearest post- 
office. 



ClIUAI^AR. A station on the S. P. 
R. B., and settlement on the Salinas river, in 
Monterey county, 11 miles southeast of 
Salinas, the county seat and banking point. 
Population, 90. Shipments, wheat, barley, 
hay, butter and eggs. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. • Mail, daily. George P. Beck 
postmaster. , 
Anderson, Beck & Co (Andrew, 

Anderson, George P Beck, John Iverson) 

General Store, Insurance Agts and Agts 

W F & Co. 
Anderson John, hotel and livery. 
*Beck, Oeorg^e I», News Agtand P M. 
Bloraquist A, dairy and stock raiser. 



Fj;y K M, agt W U Tel Co and S P Co. 

Gottfriedsen & Platz, blacksmiths. 

Gydison Rev L M (Danish Lutheran), 

Hiner E H, meat market. 

Jacks David, wool grower. 

Mailandt Niels, shoemaker. 

Pihl C, hotel. 

Storm J C, stock raiser. 

Talbott Paul, dairy. 

Thonesen H, carpenter. 



CHURCHII^]^. A discontinued post - 
office in Tulare county, 12 miles north of 
Visalia, the county seat, and nearest exp. 
and banking point. Monson, a station on 
the S. P. R. R., 2 miles west, is the nearest 
shipping point. 



CICERO. 

Clay. 



Sacramento county. See 



CIEI^EGA. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., in Los Angeles Co, 7 miles west of Los 
Angeles. JSo postoffice. 



CISCO. A station on the S. P. R. R., 

near the South Yuba river in Placer county, 
56 miles northeast of Auburn, the county 
seat, and 25 northeast of Dutch Flat, the 
nearest bank location. Population 30. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
*Canipl>ell R A, General Store, Hotel, 

Agent W F & Co, and Postmaster. 
NichoUs D, agent S P Co and W U Tel Co. 

CITRUS. A recently established post- 
office in Inyo county, on the C. & C. R. R., 
2 miles east of Independence, the county 
seat and nearest exp. and banking point. 
P J. Field, postmaster. 
*McIver F. 

Noland Charles F, agent W U Tel Co, and 

C & C R R. 
Phil Cartier Lead Mining Co. 



CI^ AIR VII^LE. Sonoma county. 

Oeyserville. 



CI.ARE]fIO]^X. A postoffice on the 
S. C. R. R. , in Los Angeles county, 36 miles 
east of Los Angeles, the county seat, to which 
and intermediate stations there is telephone 
service. Ships fruits of nearly all kinds. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. John N. Urbanus, postmaster. : ^ ^ 
Allen M, teacher. '-^ 
Bracket F P, teacher. ^ * " 

Chamberland Mrs, music teacher. 
Claremont College, Rev C E Sumner pres, 

C E Norton sec.r_ 
Davy R B, physician.^ 



Faw, E d wards & Co, grain dealers 

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THEODORE LENZEN 

110 South Secx»nd Street, San Jose, Cau 
Residence. Lenzsn Avenue 



ARCHITECT! 



Plans, Specifications and Details 
drawn for public and private 
buildings, and superintended in 
any part of the State. 



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Clayton 193 



Fairchikl H, physician. 

Fitch Mrs S 1, teacher. 

Fleming Peter, well borer. 

Link C F, orange grower. 

Loop E, D, citrus fruit grower. 

Minier L D, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co, 

and S C Co. 
Munsell R D, fruit grower. 
Norton Prof C E, sec Claremont College. 
Roe M A, teacher. 
Spaulding S F, teacher. 
Sumner Rev C E, pres Claremont College. 
Urt>a.nus Bros, General Store. 
1Jr1>aiiii.s •fohn Postmaster. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, L D Minier Agt. 
White M M, fruit grower. 



Ct. ARK'S I^A3fI>I3fG. A landing 
on San Francisco bay, in Alameda county. 
Melrose is its postoffice. 



CI^ARK'S STATIO:V. Mariposa 
county. See Wawona. 



CI^ARKSSURO. A postoffice on 
the Sacramento river, in Yolo county, 40 
miles southeast of Woodland, the county 
seat, and 12 south of Sacramento, the near- 
est banking point. Shipments, hay, grain, 
fruit, seeds, potatoes and dairy produce. 
Population, 60. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel. 
at Sacramento. Mail, daily. N.J. Lawlor, 
postmaster. 

Ammons J J, poultry breeder and dairy. 
Berkenkamp H A, poultry breeder and 
dairy. 

Boyle A J, fruit grower. 
Bryan Mrs I, fruit grower. 
Buell C P & Son, carpenters and painters. 
Cave J H, hop grower and dairy. 
Clark W C, fruit grower. 
Colby J S, poultry breeder and dairy. 
Cornish George, fruit grower and dairy. 
Creason E, ferry propr. 
Crow Rev (Methodist), 
Davis Thomas, tinsmith. 
Greer Ed, blacksmith. 
Harrington Mrs H, fruit grower. 
Hinsdill Miss Etta, dressmaker. 
Hinsdill Miss H, dressmaker. 
Hinsdill S S, poultry breeder and dairy. 
Huber H, hop grower. 
Hugaboom C, fruit grower, 
lagan W, fruit grower. 
King B T, fruit grower and dairy. 
King S, poultry breeder and dairy. 
Krull A A, poultry breeder and dairy. 
Krull G A, poultry breeder and dairy. 
Lamountain Thomas, apiarist, 
liawloi- Rros, General Store, Agents 
W F & Co. 



liawlor 3r jr. Postmaster. 
McFadden J S, fruit grower. 
Nelson Charles, fruit grower. 
t>mith J C, truit grower. 
Smith S, hop aad fruit grower. 
Warner Adam, apiarist. 

Waterbury James, poultry breeder and dairy 
Webber D G, hop and fruit grower. 
Well.s, Farg-o & Co, Lawlor Bros, 

agents. 
Winters L, fruit grower. 



Ci:.ARM:STia:.I.E. a postoffice in 
El Dorado county, 8 miles east of Foisom, 
the nearest exp., tel. and banking point, and 
3 northeast of White Rock, a station 
on the Placerville Div. S. P. R. R. Prin- 
cipal shipment^, grain and hay. Mail, tri- 
weekly. P. vS. Cram, postmaster. 
Cram P S & Co, general store. 
Griggs L, blacksmith. 
Kyburg S justice of the peace. 
*Lukens G E, lawyer. 
Miller H B, saloon. 
Taylor Amos, saloon. 
Tong J H, hotel. 

CliAY. A postoffice and railroad sta- 
tion on the Amador branch S. P. R. R., in 
Sacramento county, 30 miles southeast of 
Sacramento, the county seat and banking 
point, 10 northeast of Gait, the junction 
with the main line, and tel. station. Ship- 
ments, grain, live stock and poultry, 
lation, 25. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
daily. 

Bassi G, dairy. 

Maestrelli Antonio, wool grower. 
Makee George N, grape grower and 
mnfr. 

Ralphs Arthur, poultry breeder. 
Ralphs Isaac, notary public and photog- 
rapher. 

Smith & RobiUard, wool growers. 

Steele Xliomas, Wool Grower, Agent 

Wells, Fargo & Co, and Postmaster. 
^Steele & Ralplii«, General Store and 

Insurance. 
Tull Wm, blacksmith. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, Thomas Steele 
Agent. 

Wilcox Miss Nellie, teacher. 



Popu- 
Mail, 



wine 



CF.I AYXO^'. On the daily mail route 
from Martinez to Antioch, in Contra (,\)sta 
county, 15^ miles soutlieast of the former, 
its shipping and banking point. It contains 
a Congregational church, 20t) inhabitants, 
and a brewery. Products, wlieat, beer and 
grapes. Exp., W. F. ( o. Tel., W. U. 
Mail, daily. Charles Rhine, postmastrr 



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Importers and Dealers in 

PIANOS and ORGANS, 

Musical In!^traments, Sbect Music, 
and Itiusic Books. 

206 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Benson W grape grower. 

Bollman D, grape grower. 

Condie J, hotel. 

Curry J, livery. 

Faig Wm, brewer. 

Fanell J, shoemaker. 

Glen Terry Wine Co, wine mnfrs. 

Ha^tie Robert, justice of the peace. 

Keller J H, meat market. 

Martini & Cereghini, grape growers. 

Mathews J F, constable. 

Morgan James, saloon. 

Mount Diablo Wine Co, wine mnfrs. 

Murihio Dominic, grape grower. 

Polley Henry, grape grower, 

Rliine Charles, General Store, Agent 

Wells, ^argo & Co and Postmaster. 
Rhine J, hotel. 
Schwartz G H, saloon. 
Stilwell C, grape grower. 
Treat C H, blacksmith. 



CI^EAR CREEK. A recently es- 
tablished postoffice in Butte county, 14 
miles north of Oroville, the county seat, 
and nearest exp. , tel. , banking and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. 
Hayes George, hotel. 



5S CI^EAR CREEK. A station on the 
S. P. R. R. in Shasta county, 5 miles south 
of Redding, the county seat. 

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CEEAR I^AKE. A farm postoffice 
^» bearing the name of the lake on which it is 
^3 situated, in Modoc county, near the Oregon 
line, about 50 miles northwest of Alturas, 
the county seat. It is 95 miles east of Mon- 



tague, the nearest shipping point, and 45 
southeast of Linkville, Or., the nearest 
bank. With the latter it has a weekly stage 
service. Shipments, cattle. Population, 19. 
Mail, weekly. L. W. Carr, postmaster. 
Rogers & McCoy, saw mill. 
•Straw I J, stock raiser. 



CEEARWA.TER. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Los Angeles county,' 3 
miles east of Compton, the nearest exp. , tel. 
and shipping point. Mail, daily. Henry 
Harrison, postmaster. 



CEEMEx^XS. A station and postof- 
fice on the S. P. R. R. in San Joaquin county, 
11 miles west of Lodi, the nearest banking 
point. It is in the midst of a fertile coun- 
try, shipping considerable grain, hops, fruit 
and live stock. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., 
VV. U. Mail, daily. Charles Bamert, post- 
master. 

Bamert Charles, general store and P. M. 

Charles W P, hotel. 

Christy James, warehouse. 

Clement's Thomas, fruit grower. 

Earle & Wiley, general store. 

Farmers' Trade Union, general store. 

Gray George, shoemaker. 

Irelan S E, dressmaker. 

Langford B F, fruit grower. 

McClellan, Bnchanean & Van Sandt, black- 
smiths. 

McCulloch W, barber. 

*Magee S L, warehouse. 

O'Keefe J S, saloon. 

Plummer E H, meat market. 

Poppe Charles, livery and constable. 

Priestley Jf W, Physician, Drugs, No- 
tions. 

Putnam Joseph, fruit grower and hop grower. 
Siegel C J, carpenter. 

Siegel Wm F, gram dealer and agent W F 
& Co. 

Stein Rev M D A (Presbyterian). 
Turpin H, carpenter. 
Waterman S, grain dealer. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Wm F Siegel, 
Agent. 

Whipple W E, hop grower. 
Wicks Rev James (Methodist). 



CljEOiVE. The postoffice at a place 
formerly known as Laguna, is situated on 
the coast in Mendocino county, 67 miles 
northwest of Ukiah, the county seat. Near- 
est bank, exp. and tel. at Mendocino, to 
which there is daily stage; fare, $1.50; also, 
to Westport, 15 miles north, fare the same. 
It contains a saw mill, and ships lumber. 
Population, 150. Ship to Laguna Landing. 
Mail, daily. 

Fritzsche Frank, blacksmith. 
Hudson W H W, blacksmith. 
Little Valley Lumber Co, Harrison Barto 

pres, Edward B Salsig sec, saw mill. 
Rector & Sias, saloon. 

*Scott Oeorg-e H, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Stetson & McEwen (James B Stetson, Frank 

W MeEwen) bark mill. 
Vickery David A, hotel. • 



CEIFTOI^. Near Kings river, in 
Fresno county, 13 miles east of Fresno City^ 



SHOW GASES Dixoyoraiii CO, 



87 Market Street, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
and 108 Front St., 
PORTLAND, OR. 



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on the FaclUc Coast. 
Transacts a general banking t)nsiness 
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Clover dale 195 



the county seat, and 74 north of Selma, its 
shipping, exp., tel. and banking point, to 
which stages run; fare, 30 cts. It has a box 
factory, feed mill and planing mill. Popu- 
lation, 40. Shipments, fruit, alfalfa and 
grain. Mail, tri-weekly. John K. Wilkin- 
son, postmaster. 

Bethel Ditch Co, John R Wilkinson sec. 
Del Rio Rey Packing Co, D T Fowler supt, 

raisin packers. 
Garfield Consolidated Ditch Co, H W Neely 

sec. 

Gartenlaub A, grape grower. 

Neely H W, grape grower. 

Scott L D, stock raiser. 

Wilkinson A & Co, stage proprs. 

'Wilkinson Bros, General Store, Box 
Factory, Planing and Feed Mills. 

•Wilkinson Jolin R, Books, Varie- 
ties, Real Estate, Insurance Agent, Notary 
Public and Postmaster. 

Wilkinson Thomas, grape grower. 



CI.irVX03f. Afterward caUed Brook- 
lyn, in Alameda county. Now seventh 
ward of Oakland. 



Ct.Ii>^T03r. A post-office in Mono 
county, 4 J miles from Sweetwater, Nev., 
the nearest exp. office, 15 north of Bridge- 
port, the county seat. Carson, Nev., is the 
preferable banking and shipping point. 
Slieelia^n Jokn H, General Store and 

Postmaster. 



CKilPPER OAP. A station on the 
S. P. R. R., in Placer county, 6 miles north- 
east of Auburn, the county seat. Exp., tel. 
and banking point. It has powder works 
and box factory. Population, 50. Mail, 
daily. 

Black Powder Works Co. 

Coll>y & Smith, General Store and 

Fruit Growers. 
Finch Sallie K, saloon. 
Judkins Samuel, saloon. 
Skinner E F, blacksmith. 
^Smitk E O, Postmaster. 
Woodworth S F, box factory. 



CErPPER IfHI.ES. Located on the 
divide between Feather and Yuba rivers, in 
Butte county, close to the line of Yuba 
county. It is 28 miles east of Oroville, the 
county seat, exp. and tel. station; and 20 
miles south-west of La Porte, the nearest 
banking point. It contains a shingle and a 
saw-mill, and ships lumber, wood, hay, fruit, 
and vegetables. Population, 50. Tri-weekly 
stage to La Porte, Marysville and Oroville; 
fare, $3, |5 and S3. Mail, tri-weekly. 



Bee Hive M Co, mine proprs. 
Binet Bros, shingle and woodenware mnfrs. 
Falck John C, hotel. 
Leach A M, saw mill. 
Parsons Thomas, general store. 
Twogood O S W, Toll Collector and 
Postmaster. 



CE0UI>MA:\'. a postoffice in Tuo- 
lumne county, 19 miles southwest of Sonora, 
the county seat, and 23 east of Oakdale, 
the nearest shipping and banking point. 
Trade is principally in live stock. Tel. at 
Chinese Camp, 8 miles east. Stages, tri- 
weekly to Oakdale and Sonora. Mail, tri- 
weekly. Annie Curtin, postmaster. 
Curtin John, stock raiser. 
Fehez D, stock raiser. 
Hodgen J H, stock raiser. 
Lord Joseph, stock raiser. 
Monday H, stock raiser. 
Rushing Bros, stock raiser. 
Tobin E G, stock raiser. 
Wight J, stock raiser. 



CEOVEROAEE. A progressive town 
on Russian river, and an important shipping 
point on the S. F. & N. P. R. R., in Sonoma 
county, 33 miles northwest of Santa Rosa, 
the county seat, and 85 northwest of vSan 
Francisco. It contains 5 churches. Congre- 
gational, Methodist North and South, Epis- 
copal and Catholic, a public school with 5 
teachers and 225 scholars, 2 libraries, a 
bank, several large stores, water- works and a 
fire department. The town is beautifully lo- 
cated in a verdant semi-circular valley sur- 
rounded by hills, and is noted as one of the 
most healthy and attractive resorts in the 
state. Stages run daily to the famous Gey- 
ser and other springs and resorts. A live 
newspaper is published, the Cloverdale Re- 
veille. Shipments, wool, hops, grain, fruit, 
wine, brandy and tan bark. Population, 
1,500. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. William T. Brush, postmaster. 
Abshire J H, wool grower. 
Albertz Ferdinand, supt Moulton Hill vine- 
yard. 

Allieri Guiseppi L, bakery. 

Allen Anthony, wool grower. 

Allen G M, wool grower. 

Allen James, wool grower. 

Allman Joe, fruit and wool grower. 

Anker Miss Nana, teacher. 

Atherton Joseph ^, barber. 

Baer & Wilbert (George B Baer, Peter 

Wilbert) proprs Cloverdale Reveille, real 

estate and insurance. 
Bargbotte P, fruit grower. 
Barnes John J, horseshoer. 



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641 to 647 MABKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Bee Emile, grape grower. 
Bentley Al>ram, Blacksmith. 
Black George, wool grower. 
Black L, wool grower. 
Black Wm H, wool grower. 
Bohlin Frank, gi ape grower. 
Boiccelli Victor, yjroduce. 
Bonch George, fruit grower. 
Bonneau Louis, meat market and agent 

Union Ice Co. 
Brush Wm T, hardware,' groceries and post- 
master. 
Bryant J J, m^ooI grower. 
Bryant Wm H, wool grower. 
Burgess Alfred, fruit grower. 
Burrough Alfred, wool grower. 
Burrough James, fruit and wool grower. 
Caldwell L, wool grower. 
Caldwell Wm, grape grower and wine mnfr. 
Cameron Gordon, blacksmith. 
Carrie Joseph A, dry goods. 
Cassidy B F, fruit and wool grower. 
CloT-erclale Ita^itkiiig- Com- 
mercial Co (Isaac E Shaw Pres, C B 
Shaw Cashier). 
Cloverdale Brewery, Vital Reger propr. 
Cloverdale Library Assn, H Haehl librarian. 
Cloverdale Reveille, Baer & Wilbert propr. 
Cloverdale Water Co, J F Hoadley mngr. 
Coe George W, carpenter. 
Conner M S, Groceries, Cigars and To- 
bacco. 

Cook Charles, Real Estate, Insurance, 

Justice, Notary and Collector. 
Cooley Charles H, notary. 
Cooley E A, fruit grower. 
Cooley J B, grape grower and wine mnfr. 
Coomes A M, dentist. 
Cooper Thomas, wool grower. 
Corralini Atigelo, saloon. 
Cort * Morrill, grape and wool growers. 
Cox George, wool grower. * 
Crapuchettes Marc, laundry. 
Crawford A, wool grower. 
Crigler Wm E, poultry. 
Crohn C, wool grower. 
Davis G V, county supervisor. 
Dehay Armand, wine mnfr. 
Dehay T J, wine mnfr. 
Dreisback H C, wool grower. 
Edwards John, wool grower. 



Elden John, dairy. 

Elliot J B, grape grower. 

Fenili E, grape grower. 

Ferry John, wool grower. 

Fisher Rev J S (Methodist). 

Fowler Miss Bessie, teacher. 

Frazier James, wool grower. 

Fumer John, fruit grower. 

Furber E G, winery and grape grower. 

Gatfney Miles, propr Grand Hotel. 

Gallagher C B, wool grower. 

Gardner James, fruit grower. 

Gibbons A H, constable. 

Gibbons I W, fruit and wool grower. 

Gillespie W E, wool grower. 

Grand Hotel, Miles Gaffney propr. 

Green Benjamin F, lumber. 

Haehl Conrad, propr Mount Vineyard, Ranch 

and Winery. 
Hagmayer G, grape grower. 
Hall D W, wool grower. 
Hall Martin V, feed stable. 
Hall Mrs Sarah, artist. 
Haskell J, grape grower. 
Haupt Julius, stoves, etc. 
Hayward Harry M, carpenter. 
Heald Jacob G. feed yard. 
Heald J G, fruit and wool grower. 
Herrman C, grape grower. 
Hiatt W H, grape grower. 
Hixon James M, wool grower. 
Hixon John wool grower. 
Hixon Wm, wool grower. 
Hoadley J F, real estate, justice and notary. 
Hoag L, fruit grower. 
Holladay Elias, druggist. 
Holloway &, 3 (Louis and John) 

Furniture, Carpets, Undertakers. {Seep. 

197.) 

Hood Robert, wool grower. 
Hosier W H, fruit grower. 
Houplain E, grape grower. 
Howard John B, carpenter. 
Howard S D, grape and wool grower. 
Hunziker Caspar, watchmaker. 
Ink W P, wool grower, 
Inose D, fruit grower, 
•f ones Harold Iff, Dentist, 
Jones Rev Wm L (Congregational). 
Justice A L, wool grower. 
Kelting Joseph A, meat market and con- 
stable. 

Kerr Robert A, boots and shoes. 

Kleiser James A, pres and mngr Riverside 

Water Co. 
Koester August C, shoemaker. 
Lambert Wm L, grape and wool grower. 
Larison Samuel S, wine mnfr. 
Layman J F, fruit grower. 
Leitch & Frain (John Leitch, Thomas Frain) 

grocers. 



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Pacific Manufacturing Co. 
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Organized 1794. 
Assets^ $6,142,434.49. 



BELDEN & COFRAN, 

Managers Pacific Dept. 
313 California St., San Francisco. 



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Leroux J M, grape grower. 
Leroux Paul, grape grower. 
Leroux Peter, grape grower. 
Lewis Isaac S, fruit grower. 
Library Hall, Henry Haehl manager. 
McCray W H, fruit grower. 
McElarney F, grape grower. 
McMillan Mrs M, grape grower. 
McMillan Wm, saloon. 

Iflarlcell ]flrs C J, Milliner and Dress- 
maker. 

]?Ia,i*kell Ricliard. S, Physician and 

Druggist. 
Mathews George, fruit grower. 
Meiler Rev. John (Catholic). 
Menihan Michael, propr U S Hotel. 
Meyers Humphrey, fruit and wool grower. 
Mitchell Charles E, saloon. 
Moller Theodore, cigar mnfr. 
Moulton Hill Vineyard, A W Moulton 

propr, Ferdinand Albertz supt. 
Munday T P, wool grower. 
Murphy R W, wool grower. 
Murray S P, fruit and wool grower. 
Murray W E, fruit and wool grower. 
Myers Henry, fruit grower. 
North C, fruit grower. 
Otis Fred, wool grower. 
Otis Lew, wool gro wer. 
Parsons W R, wool grower. 
Perazzo G, fruit grower. 
Pinschower & Humbert (Simon Pinschower, 

Charles E Humbert) dry goods, boots and 

shoes. 

Porterfield J W, grape grower. 

Porterfield Wm H, livery. 

Portmess Rev John (Episcopal). 

Prince David S, dry goods. 

Reger V ital, brewery. 

Rhoades A H, grape grower. 

Riverside Water Co, James A Kleiser, pres. 

Roberts Rev J F (Methodist). 

Russell George C, prin public school. 

Schaefer Ignatz, saloon. 

Scott Thomas, wool grower. 



Seavy Bros (Fred H and Frank W) harness 
makers. 

Semple H C, fruit grower. 

Sliaw Isaac E, pres Cloverdale Bank- 
ing and Commercial Co and agent W F 
& Co. 

Shaw & Williams (Charles B. Shaw, 
Oliver C Williams) stoves and tinware. - 

Shelford Erastus, fruit grower. 

Shelford L L, fruit grower. 

Singley Miss Kate, teacher. 

Sink W D, wine mnfr and grape grower. 

Smith Mrs Etta, music teacher. 

Smith Patrick, grape grower. 

Smith & McElarney (Patrick Smith, Frank 
McElarney) grape growers and wine mnfrs. 

Spencer Frank, saloon. 

Spridgen Wm T, agent S F & N P R R and 

W U Tel Co. 
Taylor W B & Son (W"m B and Wm B Jr) 

proprs Taylor House. 
Tod & Crawford (WIU Tod, Wm Crawford) 

builders' materials. 
Todd Bros (George B and Prince W) grocers. 
Truett M F, grape and wool growers. 
Turner James, grape grower. 
Union Hall, J F Hoadley, mngr. 
United States Hotel, Michael Menihan propr. 
Ushimarn K, fruit grower. 
Waite Miss Mary E, teacher. 
\Valdahl Nils, tailor. 
Wambold D M, fruit grower. 
W^eaver M H, wool grower. 
Wells, Farg-o &: Co, I E Shaw Agent. 
Western Union Tel Co, Wm T Spridgen agt. 
Whitaker J P, grape grower. 
Wilson & Pursell (Thomas B Wilson, George 

R Pursell) painters. 
Winter John, fruit grower. 
Yordi Fred, general store. 
Yolfo G, fruit grower. 



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MANTELS, CRATES, TILES, 

Fire Place Furniture, Decorative Goods, Brass and 
Bronze, Wrought Steel Hotel Ranges, 
Complete Outfit for Kitchens. 

309, 311, 313, 315, 317 Market St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Alcalde, the nearest exp, and tel. office. 

Principal shipments, wheat. 

Elliott Mrs E, general store. 

Hill Robert Ifl C, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
San Joaquin Coal Mining Co.l 
*Tibbetts F A. 



COARSE OOI.l> OIJJT^CH. A post- 
office on a tri-weekly mail route in Fresno 
county, 14 miles northeast of Kaymond, the 
nearest tel. and shipping point. Principal 
products, hay, grain, fruit and nut«. Exp., 
at Fresno Flats, 7 miles. Bank at Fresno. 
El am J H, blacksmith. 
Hag-gin JT If , Mine Propr. 
Jones Samuel M, mine propr. 
*Krohn H A. 

Krolin .Foliii, General Store, Hotel, and 

Postmaster. 
Lang J B, mine propr. 
McKenzie & Rule, mine proprs. 
Quartz Mountain Co, mine proprs. 



COAST. A postoffice in Santa Cruz 
county, on the coast, 9 miles northwest of 
Santa Cruz, the county seat, shipping, bank- 
ing, exp. and tel. point, with which it is 
connected by a tri-weekly mail stage, which 
runs also to Pescadero. A. B. Cook, P. M. 
Cook D, saloon. 
*Dingwall I homas, saloon. 
Dowell Miss Annie E, teacher. 
Fillipini James, dairy. 
Genoni A, dairy. 
Laird G P, dairy. 
Olive & Co, shingle mnfrs. 
Pinkham W R, blacksmith. 
Porta F, dairy. 

C<EUR. • The postoffice at a mining 
settlement, also known as White Rock, in 
the extreme northern part of Trinity county, 
on .New river, a water-power stream. It is 
50 miles air line, or 111 via mail route, north- 
west of Weaverville, the county seat, 100 
northeast of Areata, its shipping point on 
the coast, and 100 northwest of Redding. 
It contains 2 saw mills, 5 quartz mills. 
Population, 150. Gold is shipped. Exp, 
and tel., at county seat or Callahan's Ranch, 



50 miles northeast. Mail, weekly. John 

A. McLeod, postmaster. 

Barron J M, hotel. 

Boles & Gulick, quartz mill. 

Boynton W N, saloon. 

Brizard A, general store. 

Clement & Ladd, quartz mill. 

Colby J H, saw mill. 

Colegrove & Co, quartz mill. 

Dean George, quartz mill. 

Dennis C C, constable. 

Denny A H & Co, general store. 

Eau Michael, mine propr. 

Fox Miss Annie, teacher. 

Franzen J M, saloon. 

Healy G V, quartz mill. 

Hensly S J, saloon. 

Kenly Miss, milliner. 

Larcine P, hotel. 

Lewis J, hotel. 

*j?IcIL(eod JFolin A, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Mallane James, hotel and meat market. 
Mills M, saw mill. 
Mylott A E, justice of the peace. 
Thompson & Smith, quartz mill. 
Yocoon G H B, justice of the peace. 



COHASSET. A postoffice in Butte 
county, about 40 miles north of Oroville, the 
county seat, and 20 north of Chico, the exp., 
tel., shipping and banking point. It has 2 
saw-mills, gold mines, a Christian church, 
and a population of 192. Principal products, 
fruit and vegetables. Weekly mail; stages 
to Chico. Ira Hume, postmaster. 
Conway J C, fruit grower. 
Daniels J C, carpenter. 
Garrison A G, teacher. 
Gibson G K, blacksmith. 
Gibson James N, nursery. 
Harvey B L, blacksmith. 
Harvey G W, grape grower. 
Hume Ira, Grocer, Stock Raiser and P M 
Hume Wm H, tanner. 
Keefer J L, saw mill. 
Kerr A T, carpenter. 
Kidwell Rev P (Christian). 
Luhlo Wm, fruit grower. 
Lunley Dr B, druggist. 
Lynn L N, painter. 
McCoy B L, civil engineer. 
Mann James, meat market. 
Nichols Mrs E M, citrus fruit grower. 
Polk M C, stage propr. 
Polk T B, hotel. 
Sherer A, cabinetmaker. 

COI^I> SPRII^'OS. A discontinued 
postoffice in Mariposa county, 3 miles from 
Chowchilla, the nearest mail office. 



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COL.EOROVE. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Los Angeles county, 6 
miles northwest of Los Angeles, the county 
seat and nearest exp., tel. and shipping 
point. Principal products, hay and grain. 
Seward Cole, postmaster. 
Alderson F B, real estate. 
Baugh Rev (M E South). 
Benedict E, apiarist. 
Benedict F, constable. 
*Cole Cornelius, ex-Senator. 
Cole Seward, Farmer and Postmaster. 
Harnby W, blacksmith. 
Little L, fruit grower. 
Miller Jacob, wine mnfr. 
Penman Miss, teacher. 

Watts I, General Store, News Agent 

and Asst Postmaster. 
Yager Rev M (Christian) . 



COI.ERI1>OC:. A postoffice at a 
mining settlement in Trinity county, 25 
miles northwest of ^Yeaverville, the county 
seat, tel. and banking point, and 77 north- 
west of Redding, the nearest railroad ship- 
ping point. Gold mines in the vicinity. 
Mail, by special supply from .Junction City, 
15 miles, which is also the express station. 
Armbrust F, carpenter. 
Enterprise G M Co, quartz mill, 
Flangher G W, blacksmith. 
Fountain Head G M Co, quartz mill. 
Golden Chest G M Co, quartz mill. 
North Star G M Co, quartz mill. 
I*axtoir E C, Postmaster. 
Reed E L, general store. 
*Shuford J W, assayer. 
Sloan H S, millwright. 
Smith Joseph, saw-mill. 
Waggoner Charles, machinist. 
Yellowstone G M Co, quartz mill. 



COEES. A recently established post- 
office and a station on the S. P. R. R. 
(Shasta route), in Siskiyou county, 17 miles 
north of Ager. Principal shipments, 
horses and cattle. Rufus Cole, postmaster. 



COEESTI^f. A station on the S. P. 
P. R. R. (Shasta route), close to the Oregon 
state Hne, 24 miles north of Ager. 

^ COEETIEEE. A postoffice on Walker 
river, in Mono county, 35 miles northwest 
of Bridgeport, the county seat, and 48 south- 
east of Carson City, Nevr., the shipjjing, 
exp. , tel. and banking point, to which there 
is a weekly mail stage; fare, .$6. There is 
here a Methodist church. The products are 
hay and grain. Population, 25. D. M. 
Barnett, postmaster. 

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Barnett I> Hotel and Postmaster. 

Boardman Wm, saw mill. 
Carney .Joseph, stock raiser. 
Chichester (^eorge, barber. 
Hardy Frederick, wool grower. 
Hays .John, carpenter. 
Hoppe .John, stock raiser. 
Hutchinson J, shoemaker. 
Johnson Rev (Methodist). 
Kerman & Rickey, general store. 
Larson W, stock raiser. 
McAllister .John, blacksmith. 
Marsh Miss Ada, teacher. 
Radley Wm, stock raiser. 
Rickey T B, marble quarry. 
Terry R, wool grower. 

Todkill James, general store and flour mill. 



COEFAX. First settled in 1866. is lo- 
cated on the S. P. R. R., in Placer county, 
18 miles north of Auburn, the county seat, 
and 144 northeast of San Francisco. It con- 
tains Catholic and Methodist churches, a 
public school with two teachers and 120 
scholars, and .300 inhabitants. A marble 
quarry is in the vicinity, but not worked at 
present. TeL, W. U. Exp., VV. F. & Co. 
Bank at Auburn. Daily stages, to Iowa City, 
and Forest Hill, 9 and 12 miles; fare, $2 to 
each. Mail, daily. .John Butler, postmaster. 
Ackerman F M, agent W P & Co. 
Benjamin Wm, harnessmaker. 
Bofert Paul C, jewelry. 

Butler John & Son (John and Walter L But- 
ler) drugs. 

Butler Walter L, postmaster. 

Clarke Mrs A M, teacher. 

Culver .Jared A, blacksmith. 

Curley & Mahan (Mrs C E Curley, James 
Mahan) saloon, 
j De Blanchmarie, L G, saloon. 
! Dyer .John E, constable, 
i Fawcett George H, barber. 
! Goldsworthy Herbert W, barber. 
I Goldsworthy Wm, saloon, 
i Hayford W B, real estate. 
' Hicks Charles H, grocer. 
I Ingersoll Mrs D, restaurant. 
I Kil^^o & Magfinn (Wm Kilgo, P H 
j Maginn) Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers. 
' Kuenzly .Jacob, insurance agent. 

Lawrence Mrs George, hotel, 
j Lewis George W, saloon. 
I Lobner LeoF)old, dry goods, 
i Lobner Morris, agent S P ( 'o. 
I Low Mrs Agnes, restaurant, 
i McCarty .John, shoemaker. 
! McCullouuh George B, carj enter, 
j Manuell Matthew, hotel. 

Miner Henry N, physician. 
I Mischler Martin, meat market. 

{The Leadlns: Nursery and Greenhouses oi 
Southern Calirornia. Send for CaUilo^rue. 
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IVa^tba/ii Kros (Edward JNathan) Dry 
Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, 
Caps, etc. 

Norris A, teacher. 

Richardson & Johnson (W. H. Richardson, 

W. S. Johnson) carpenters. 
Simmons Rev L W (Methodist). 
Stevens Amos, justice of the peace. 
Stevens Truman A, livery. 
Stevens & Whitcomb, real estate. 
Toop P, saloon. 

Wales Henry, agent W U Tel Co. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, F M Acker- 
man, Agent. 

Wilcox J H & Co (J H Wilcox, James 
Watts) livery. 

Williams O E, General Store. 



CITY. InColusacounty, 
3 miles east of Arbuckle, its railroad sta- 
tion, and 16 south of Colusa, the county 
seat and nearest bank location, derives its 
name from being the seat of Pierce Christ- 
ian College, an institution of high rank, 
provided with all the appointments of a 
first-rate institution for higher education. 
There is also a good public school, with 2 
teachers and 98 pupils. Shipments, raisins 
and grain. Population, 400. A Christian 
church is sustained, but no saloon. Tele- 
phone to San Francisco and intermediate 
points. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel. at Ar- 
buckle. Mail, daily. Julius Martin, post- 
master. 

Brasfield W E, county surveyor and civil 

engineer. 
Cain I N, fruit grower. 
Cain J E. insurance. 
Calmes Wm H, grape grower, 
earner ^liarles H, Blacksmith and 

AVagonmaker. 
Clarice Wm J, Pioneer Grape -and 

Fruit Grower of College City. 
College City Hotsl, Perry Hannum propr. 
Cox Samuel F, prof Pierce Christian College 
Cummins Thomas J, stock dealer. 
Eddy Melvyn, fruit grower. 
Gibbons Charles H, physician. 
Oreen & i^teele' (Samuel F Green, 

Franklin J Steele) General Merchandise 

and Agricultural Implements. 



Haines Abe, general store. 

Hannum Perry, propr College City Hotel, 
meat market and livery. 

Harrison Miss J, teacher music Pierce 
Christiaa College 

Hassler Wm R, barber. 

Hayes Hay den, blacksmith. 

Unfiles l>avi4l E, Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Civil Engineering and Sec of 
Faculty Pierce Christian College. 

Israel F S, professor Pierce Christian Col- 
lege 

Johnson A P, grape grower. 

Keitli JTames C, Pres of Faculty 
Pierce Christian College and Professor of 
Biblical Literature and Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

Laugenour Miss Bertha, teacher. 

Martin Julius, drugs, stationery, agent Wells, 

Fargo & Co. and postmaster, 
Peart Marshall, carpenter. 
Pierce Cliristian Collejge, James 

C. Keith A B, President of Faculty. 

{See adv College and School Dept.) 
Rankin George W, photographer. 
Raper Robert, fruit grower. 
Sanford Garrard B, principal public school. 
Smith J B, well borer. 

Sunset Telephone-Tel Co, Greene & Steele 
agents. 

Tolson Miss Fannie, dressmaker. 

Tolson Wm D, contractor and brickmaker. 

Usher Miss C E, teacher drawing Pierce 

Christian College. 
Viney Bazil, fniit grower. 
Watson John W, fruitgrower. 
Wells, Eargo & Co, Julius Martin, 

agent. 



COEEEGE PARK. A postoffice 
for the University of the Pacific, located on 
the S. P. R. R. and the S. P. C. R. R. in 

Santa Clara County, 2 miles north of San 
Jose, the county seat, exp., tel. and bank- 
ing point. It has the college and a Meth- 
odist church, and about 500 inhabitants. 
Mail daily. 
Briggs Rev A H. 
Carroll Arthur, tailor. 
Haydock Clarence, agent S P Co. 
Hestwood J 0, painter. 

* Hyde W E, College Text Books, Sta- 
tionery, and Postmaster. 
Jones George N, real estate and notary. 
Shafer & Son, grocers. 
Tregoning Henry, grocer. 
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COEEEOEVIEEE. A postoffice in 
San Joaquin county, 8 miles east of Stock- 
ton, the county seat, banking, tel., exp. and 



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shipping point. Population, 100. Ships 
wheat and grapes. Mail stages, tri-weekly 
to Stockton, and weekly to Atlanta, Bar- 
wood and Oakdale. 
Bacon VVm, carpenter. 
Chalmers R L, physician. 
*rette Frederick:, General Store and 

P(jstmaster. 
Lawson Andrew, grape grower. 
McCormack Joseph, meat market. 
Miner George F, blacksmith. 
Snow W H, contractor. 



COI.i:.IXSVIi:.i:.E. On the Sacra- 
mento river, in Solano county, 55 miles by 
water from San Francisco. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Tel., W. U. Bank at Suisun City. 
Mail, daily. 

Upham E I, General Store, Hotel, Grain, 
and Agent W. F. & Co. 



COEIfIA SXATIOX. Formerly 
known as Schoolhouse Station, is a station 
on the S. P. R. R. , in San Mateo county, 9 
miles south of San Francisco, and 20 north of 
Redwood City, the county seat. It con- 
tains a terra cotta works, a Catholic church, 
and 300 inhabitants. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Mail daily. 
Belli M & Co, general store. 
Bryan Jacob, Blacksmith, Justice of 

the Peace and Postmaster. 
Collopy George, livery and saloon. 
Dearborn Miss L, teacher. 
Gamble J A, teacher. 
Geilfuss & Schiller, terra cotta works 
Grady J J & Co, tanners. 
Harrison Thomas, blacksmith. 
Hohmann V J, saloon. 
Holbrow H E, florist. 
Jensen H F, grocery and saloon. 
MerriU C F, agent W F & Co, S P Co, and 

W U Tel Co. 
Neubert B, saloon. 
Peterson Charles, carpenter. 
Roemer Joseph, blacksmith. 
*Thornton R S, real estate. 
Verlinden A E, carpenter. 
Wellf^, Fargo & Co, C F Merrill Agt. 
Whelan P, saloon. 
Wight George, constable. 
Williston Wm, painter. 
Wilson H, saloon. 



COEOMA. Noted as being the place 
where the first discovery of gold in Califor- 
nia was made by Marshall in 1848. It is 
pleasantly located on American river, in El 
Dorado county, 20 miles by daily mail stage 
southeast of Auburn, and 8 northwest of 
Placerville, the county seat, banking, exp.. 



tel. and shipping point. It was formerly a 

mining town of considerable importance, but 

at the present time it is chiefly famed for its 

fruits and vegetables. It contains Catholic 

and Methodist churches, a public school, and 

about 100 inhabitants. 

Borland Alexander, clothing. 

Burgess R M, blacksmith. 

Chalmers L M, hotel. 

Clyne Rev (Catholic). 

Endriss. G D, wine mnfr. 

Miller Rev (Methodist). 

Othick, W D, wine mnfr. 

I*rice .Foliii, General Store and P M. 

Schultze Charles, hotel. 

Weller E, general store. 

COEORAI>0. A station on the S. P. 
I R. R., in San Diego county, 4 miles west of 
j Yuma, Arizona, 



COI^XO:^. This important railroad 
center and prosperous trading point was first 
settled in 1874, and incorporated as a city in 
1887. It is located in San Bernardino county, 
at the intersection of the Southern Pacific and 
Southern Cal. R. R., 4 miles south of San 
Bernardino, the county seat, and 540 south- 
east of San Francisco. The Santa Ana river 
here furnishes power, utilized to some extent 
by manufacturing establishments. Quar- 
ries of marble and limestone are worked in 
the vicinity. Religion is well represented 
by the Presbyterian, Episcopal, Methodist 
and Baptist denominations. A public grad- 
ed school has four teachers and 300 scholars. 
It contains some fine buildings, notably the 
public school, Transcontinental Hotel, Marl- 
borough Hotel and the Union Block, the lat- 
ter erected at a cost of §20,000. The First 
National Bank here has a capital of §100,000, 
and the Chronide, a live newspaper, is issued 
weekly. Population, 2,500. Shipments, 
baled hay, barley, oranges, lemons, limes, 
raisins, canned and dried fruits, brick 
and lime. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. 
Mail, daily. J. A. Van Arsdale, 
master. 

Adams Gertrude, teacher. 
Adams Henry F, physician. 
Ashby Mrs Avis E, teacher. 
*Bailey W C. 

Baugus John C, boots and shoes, agent 
Southern Cal Motor R R. 

Baugus W L, city marshal. 

Blinn L W Lumber Co, James R Snow agent. 

Breitling Bros (George and Fred) bakery. 

Bruner Ainsley W, asient S P Co. 

Bullis Wm S, agent W<ills, Fargo k Co. 

Burgess k Wilcox (Alvara W Burgess, Wil- 
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330 PINE ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Burton W L, lawyer. 

Butler Benjamin F, blacksmith. 

California Marble and Building Stone Co, 

T Dyer pres, W S Wilson sec. 
Chambers Jennie 0, teacher. 
Colton Chronicle, R M McKie propr. 
Commercia;! Insiii*a.iice Co of 

Cal, Wilson & Donald Agents. 
Cooley George, butter. 
Deakins Robert L, restaurant. 
De Berrey Wm H, meat market. 
Domanchenz & Smith (Christian Doman- 

chenz, Wm H Smith) saloon. 
Donald Rev Wm (Presbyterian). 
Findley Miss Maggie, photographer. 
First National Bank, capital and surplus 

$109,000. John W Davis pres, Howard 

B Smith cashier. 
Fowler Miss Ella F, milliner. 
Fox Wm R, physician. 
Goddard S M, city treasurer. 
Goodman Harris, clothing. 
Hamilton C B, confectionery. 
Hathaway W, cigars. 
Hewett Kate L, teacher. 
Hubbard F M & Son ( Francis M and George 

M) druggists. 
Hunt Isaac D, barber. 

Hutchinson George L, drugs, and agent Sun- 
set Tel Co. 

Ingram Stella J, teacher. 

Jones James A, tailor. 

Kelting J A, fancy goods. 

Kerr Joseph A, baths. 

Layton Wm S, furniture. 

Lee James & Co (S M Goddard, M A Heb- 
berd) warehouse. 

Leedon E E, barber. 

t.ewiii Albert, News, Stationery, Con- 
fectionery, Notions, Cigars and Tobacco. 

Livingston & White (Joseph B Livingston, 
John M White) livery. 

McKie R M, propr Colton Chronicle. ' 

McMillan Rev J (Methodist). 

]fIai-11>oi*oii^li Hotel, Wm A Whit- 
ney Mngr. (Seep. 203.) 

Matson Charles W, agent S C R R. 

Meek & Co (Nathan A Meek, Albert Hardt) 
saloon. 

Milliken S J, justice and city recorder. 
Mona T, saloon. 



Moran Thomas M, blacksmith. 

Mudd Mrs Ida, restaurant. 

]?Iiirpliy ]fl A, Agent Pioneer Lumber 

and Mill Co. 
Nash John F, saloon. 
Nesbitt Wm J, boots and shoes. 
Oster Prank F, lawyer. 
Peacock James C, physician. 
Petti john E A, boots and shoes. 
I^ioneer I^iimber and Iflill Co, 

M A Murphy agent. 
Poole C A, fruit grower. 
Price M F, physician. 
Roberts E D, livery. 

Rohrer Mrs J A, propr West Side Hotel. 

Schroeder Alexander, shoemaker. 

Shibley Fred A, general store. 

Shibley John L, physician. 

Slaughter George E, jeweler. 

Sleppy & Bullis (Nelson Sleppy, Wm S Bul- 

lis) hardware. 
Smith Josepli, fruit grower. 
Snow James R, agent L W Blinn Lumber Co. 
Southwark H, harnessmaker. 
Sprecher G A, drugs. 
Sprecher Luther M, justice of the peace. 
Strang F M, prin public school. 
Swartz Daniel, furniture. 
Thompson Rev C J (Baptist). 
Thompson E E & Co (Edward E Thompson) 

grocers. 

Transcontinental Hotel, John M White pro- 
prietor. 

Turner Charles G, blacksmith. 

Van Arsdale J A, postmaster. 

Van Luven Earl F, grocer. 

Vickery Dora C, teacher. 

Wampler & Weeks (Thomas W Wampler, 

C B Weeks) lawyers. 
Warner J D, fruit grower. 
Weagant Clarence A, physician. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Wm S Bullis 

Agent. 

Wemdelbom Fritz, Meat Market. 
West Side Hotel, Mrs J A Rohrer propr. 
Wetteroth J P, shoemaker. 
White G T, drugs. 

White John M, propr Transcontinenta.1 Ho- 
tel. 

Wliitmey Wm A, Mngr Marlborough 
Hotel. {Seep. 203). 

Wilcox W W, city clerk. 

Williams John, fruit grower. 

Wilson, Fredinnick & Co (Joseph H Wil- 
son, Henry J Fredinnick) grocers. 

Wilson & Donald (H G Wilson, J C Don- 
ald) real estate. 

Wood Bros (E B and J S) books, etc. 

Wood Joseph A, harnessmaker. 

Wood S M, cigars. 

Wye Miss Adelaide, dressmaker. 



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Columbia 203 



COI^UMBIA. The second town of 
importance in the county, is located on 
the Stanislaus river, in Tuolumne county, 
33 miles east of Milton, 4 north of So- 
nora, the county seat, and 40 northeast 
of Oak dale, the preferable shipping point. 
It was first settled in 1849, and the town 
site was formerly a rich placer mining camp, 
and it still has considerable mining inter- 
ests. The chief shipments are gold, mar- 
ble and fruit. Churches, Methodist, Pres- 
byterian and Catholic. Population, 500. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Stages 
to Sonora twice a day, fare 50 cents ; Mil- 
ton daily, fare |4. Mail, daily. Lyman 
C. Tibbits, postmaster. 
Argentum G & S M Co, J B Pownall sec. 
Arnold Nate, propr Hope Mine. 
Bell Mrs George, fruit grower. 
Bixel Mrs H M, brewery. 
Bluett Thomas, propr Annie Mine and Mill. 
Bowen J L R, justice of the peace. 
Brady M, general store. 

Brunet Mrs L, general store, and fruit gi'ower 
Caveron Mrs M. fruit grower. 
Chenelli Mrs, fruit grower. 
City Hotel. 

Columbia Cornet Band. 
Conlin Xlioinsis, Books, Stationery, 
Hotel, aud Agt W F & Co and W U Tel Co. 



Cummings J, shoemaker. 

Dardis A D, veterinary surgeon. 

Dondero Louis, mine propr. 

Eagle MiU & Mining Co, L C Tibbits supt. 

Engelke & Co, proprs Orine Mine. 

Fallon Cottage Hotel, Thomas Conlin propr. 

Grant Bros, marble quarry. 

Harding Mrs W H, dressmaker. 

Hilton, McPherson, & Co, proprs Star mine 

and mill. 
Hinkelman Ernest, fruit grower. 
Hinkelman W, saloon. 
Knapp & Davis, general store. 
Koch C, barber. 
Kress E G, restaurant. 
Kruse H, saloon. 

Leechman & Co, propr Ham and Briney 

mine and mill. 
Levy, Davis & Co, proprs Old Tuolumne 

mine. 

McKenna, Hastings & Co, proprs Home 

Ticket mine. 
McKenzie D, blacksmith. 
McPherson George F, propr Vine Spring 

mine and mill and grape grower. 
Mills W F, physician. 
Morgan George, saloon, 
Morgan G P. prin public school. 
Nast John, constable. 
Nelson Bros, carriage and wagon mnfrs. 



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W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Nicol J G, fruit grower. 

Ogden B F, carpenter. 

Patterson J M, propr Qem mine and mill. 

I*itts J W, Asst Postmaster. 

Plummer & Co, proprs Gray Eagle mine. 

Podesta Anton, fruit grower. 

Rehin M J, saloon. 

Richards J, blacksmith. 

Schoettgen F J, meat market. 

Siebert Antone, bakery, 

Siebert Wm, saloon. 

Solari Mrs P, general store. 

Svendsen P H, shoemaker. 

Thompson Wm M, fruit grower. 

Xib1>its layman C, Druggist, Supt 

Eagle Mill and Mining Co. and postmaster. 
Tib bits & Clark, proprs Eagle mine and 

mill. 

Trask George M, livery. 

Trask P M, fruic grower. 

Valentine T B, propr Experimental mine 

and mill. 
Wilson Mrs R, clothing. 
Wing Gideon, plumber. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Thomas Conlin 

Agent. 



COt,UiTIBI A Nevada county. 

See North Columbia. 



COtiUSA. The county seat of Colusa 
county, was first settled in 1850, and occu- 
pies a beautiful site on the west bank of the 
Sacramento river, which affords transporta- 
tion with San Francisco and Sacramento.' 
It is a station on the Colusa and. Lake Nar- 
row Gauge R. R., 10 miles east of Colusa 
Junction on the S. P. R. R., being by rail 
139 miles north of San Francisco, and 75 
northwest of Sicramenfco, and is the initial 
point of the Colusx and Lake R. R. The 
Sacramento river is navigable to this place 
for barges of 1000 tons burden, while afcove 
only for 300-ton barges. The town contains 
a bank with a capital of .^700,000; two daily 
newspapers, the Sua and Gazette, and two 
weeklies, the Herald and Sun; Catholic, 
Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian and ' 
Colored Methodist churches, 2 good public 
schools with 8 teachers and 420 scholars, the 
buildings costing about $15,000: a school 



library of 1,000 volumes; flour mill, foundry, 
fruit cannery, planing mill, machine shop, 
etc. Fruit growmg vvill soon be the leading 
industry. The output of the cannery here 
in 1889 was 500,000 cans of fruit, 50 tons 
dried fruit and 50 tons raisins. The land of 
this vicinity is admirable for fruit, and the 
raisins produced here are of the best quality. 
The town has gas and water works, a good 
fire department, a theater of 400 seating ca- 
pacity. Shipments, grain, fruit, raisins, 
broom corn, etc. Stages, daily. Yuba City 
and Marysville, 28 miles, fare, $3; Arbuckle, 
24 miles, $2; Meridian, 8 miles, $1; Wil- 
liams, 50 cts. Population, 2,500. Tele- 
graph, W. U. and P. P. Express, W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. Hiram H, Thomas, post- 
master. 

Agnew John M, nursery. 
Albery llerma/H District Attor- 
ney. 

Albery Keepers, Lawyer. 

Allgaier Oeorge W, Grocer. 

Arthur Bros (John W and Marcus DL) livery 

Baer Jonas, feed mill. 

Ball Addison K, blacksmith. 

Banks Mrs J M, fruit grower. 

Bart(m David L. junk. 

Kayne Riebard, Lawyer. 

Bedell John C, farm implements and grain. 

Belton Wm H, physician. 

Berkey Burns, city clerk. 

Bjrkey P V, fruit grower. 

Berrall E C, city treasurer. 

Beville W T, sheriff and tax collector. 

Billups Wm M, live stock. 

Binder Mathias, saloon. 

Blackburn Rankin, soda works. 

Board of Trade, Robert Cosner pres. 

Bobst J R & Co (James R Bobst, George G 
Brooks) jewelers. 

Boedefeld Joseph, clothing. 

Bond. Andrew, Pantheon Saloon, Bil- 
liard Parlor, and Lodgings. {Seep. 205.) 

Borkman Adolph, barber. 

Bradfield W E. county surveyor. 

Bridgford Eugene A, Judge Superior 
Court, Pres Colusa Canning, Drying, and 
Packing Co. 

Brigbtwood Orcbard and i^^nr- 
sery, Willis & Potter Proprs. {See p. 205. ) 

Brooks George G, varieties. 

Brosius l^^red, Propr Farmers' Exchange 
Saloon, Lodging House. 

Brown U Waverly, lawyer. 

Buettel Frank, tailor. 

Butterfield Mrs B F, music teacher. 

Carpaneto Louis, varieties. 

Carston B, hay presser. 

Charrey & Mazet (Philip Charrey, Desire 
Mazet) restaurant and varieties. 



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Coeke Charles, saloon. 
Cohen Morris, furnishing goods. 
Colusa and Arbuckle Stage Line, Perry Han- 
num propr. 

Colusa and Lake R R Co (capital $100,500) 
Wm P Harrington pres, Charles M Ballan- 
tine sec. 

Colusa. Camning-, I>ryiiig' aund 
Packing- Co, E A Bridgford Pres, 
J B De Jarnatt Vice-Pres, J H Pope Sec, 
Colusa Co Bank Treas, L Lee Supt, {See 
adv.) 

Colusa College, Bro R Shields-Aslaohsen F 
H S, prin. 

Colusa County Agricultural Society (capital 
$10,000) John Boggs pres, J G-rover sec. 

Colusa Couuty Bank (capital $500,- 
000) George Hagar Pres, Wm P Harring- 
ton Cashier. 

Colusa County Horticultural Society, Levi 
F Moulton pres, Frank W Willis sec. 

Colusa County Hospital, W H Belton phy- 
sician. 

Colusa I>aily Oazette, E I Fuller 
Editor and Publr, Mrs M N Fuller mngr. 
[See p. 207.) 

Colusa G-as Co (capital $25,000) James W 
Goad pres, Charles M Ballantine sec. 

Colusa Herald, C D Radcliffe Propr. 

Colusa House, R Poirier propr. 



Colusa IL<unil»ei* Co, Alden W Jackson 
Pres, G W Stewart Sec, A A Jackson 
Gen Mngr, Charles Richardson Agent, 

Colusa Meat Market, F A Greene, 
Propr. 

Colusa Milling Co, W P Harrington pres, 

E C Barrell sec, flour mill. 
Colusa Stage Line, V Nelson propr. 
Colusa Sun Publishing Co, Will S Green 

pres, James W Goad sec, proprs Colusa 

Sun. 

Colusa Theater, J Grover mngr. 

Colusa Water Works, Joseph B 
Cooke Propr. 

Commercial Insurance Co of 
Cal, John C Mogk Agent. 

Cooke .Fosepli. B, Propr Colusa Wa- 
ter Works. 

Cooper Albert B, shoemaker. 

Cooper Stephen, livery. 

Coopmann Charles F, carriage painter. 

Cosner Robert, city trustee. 

Cottrell Miss Emma, teacher. 

Cutler Mrs George, artist. 

Cutler Milton, fruit grower. 

Cutler Nathan, fruit grower. 

Banner .losepli. B, Contractor, Ma- 
son and Brick Mnfr. 

Bavis Samuel H 1», Propr K Sa- 
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Davis & Walker (Wm Davis, Walter Walk- 
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I>e •Fa.rnatt .loliii B, Abstracts, Eeal 

Estate and Loans. 
De Jarnatt Wm H, clothing. 
De Rayne Thomas W, carriage painter. 
Deter John, fruit grower. 
Drake Mrs Susan L, teacher. 
Durham W A, county assessor. 
I>yas "Wm O, Lawyer. 
Ea.g'le tiivery Sta,1>les, Timothy 

Sullivan Propr. (See p. 207. ) 
Eastman Rev E (Presbyterian). 
Entremont Adolph, saloon. 
Farmer!^' Excliang-e Saloon, Fred 

Brosius Propr. 
Felts C 0, county treasurer. 
Ferris John, contractor. 
P'ord Howard, teacher. 

Foucks Philip, taxidermist and upholsterer. 
Frank August, tailor. 

Frank & Muchler (August Frank, Charles 

Muchler) restaurant. 
Traasier, Wm, Lawyer. 
F'liller Kiig:ene I, Editor and Publisher 

Colusa Daily Gazette. (Seep. 207.) 
Fuller Mrs JTI ]\, Mngr Colusa Daily 

Gazette. 

Gessner & Skinner (M J Gessner, John J 

Skinner) proprs Colusa Agricultural Works 
Gildmacher Daniel, harnessmaker. 
Gilmour Mrs J E, dressmaker. 
Gilmour & Allen (Miss Addie Gilmour, Miss 

Laura Allen) millinery. 
Gray R A, physician. 
Green Thomas, saloon and shoemaker. 
Green Will S, pres Colusa Sun Pub Co, and 

editor Colusa Sun. 
Oreene Frank A, Propr Colusa Meat 

Market. 

Grover JF, Hardware, Agricultural Im- 
plements, and Mngr Colusa Theater. 

Grover Mrs J, artist. 

Hagar George, pres Colusa County Bank. 

Hamilton &. Hamilton (Joseph 
and George W) Lawyers. 

Harrington Edwin A, supt and agent Colusa 
and Lake R R. 

Harrington John T, lawyer. 

Harrington Wm P, pres Colusa and Lake R 
R Co, and cashier Colusa County Bank. 



Harris S, capitalist. 

Hart Thomas J, lawyer. 

Hayman John E, prin public school. 

Heitman Mrs Emma, teacher. 

Henderson Donald C, carpenter. 

Hendricks P, dairy. 

Herd W N, fruit grower. 

Hicok L L, fruit grower. 

lloenes^ Kirschner (John R Hoenes, 
Samuel Kirschner) Mnfrs of Cigars, and 
Dealers in Cigars and Tobacco. 

Houchins Samuel, county auditor. 

Howard Benjamin F, lawyer and court com- 
missioner. 

Hulmes James W, agent W U Tel Co. 

Hurst & Wilson (Marshall De Hurst, John 
L Wilson) lawyers. 

Johnson & Voss (Albert Johnson, Hermann 
Voss) meat market. 

Jones E W, pres boai-d city trustees. 

Jones E W & Co (Edward W Jones) grain 
and wool dealers. 

Kemmerer Mrs Margaret, brewery. 

Kenny James, Propr National Hotel. 

King Wm C, wheelwright. 

Kirkpatrick Benjamin F, wagonmaker. 

Krolin Joeliim, Wagonmaker. 

V^ee ]L<ineoln, Supt Colusa Canning, 
Drying and Packing Co. 

Liening John H, notary and justice. 

Lightner Lemuel, saloon. 

Lopez Joseph D, barber. 

l<ove Pallas, wines and liquors. (See 
p. 207.) 

McCollum T B, bill poster. 

McGrath Mrs Mary E, milliner and dress- 
maker. 

Mcl^ary James I>, Furniture, Up- 
holsterer and Undertaker. 

Macdonald I, agent P P Tel Cable Co. 

Martin & Gallager (Albion A Martin, Daniel 
H Gallager) marble works. 

Miles Wm H, real estate and abstractor. 

Miller Mrs E M, teacher. 

Miller Jacob H, contractor. 

Ifliteliell Hudson, Hardware, Stoves 
and Tinware, Paints and Oils, Crockery 
and Glass Ware. 

Mogk John C, real estate and insurance. 

Moore John B, lawyer and justice. 

Morris Herman, dry goods and clothing. 

Morris Miss Kate C, teacher. 

Moulton L F, fruit grower. 

Murdock S R, drayman. 

Muttersbach Johan Peter, carriagemaker. 

National Hotel, James Kenny Propr. 

O'Donnell Neil, propr Neil's Hotel. 

O K Saloon, S H P Davis Propr. 

Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, I Macdonald agt 

Pantlieon Saloon and Hilliard 
Parlors, A Bond propr. (See p. 205. 



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Parkinson J W, well borer. 

Peart Elias C, general store. 

Perdue Miss Mary, milliner and dressmaker. 

Pierce & Hall (Wright Pierce, Lawn Hall) 

draymen. 
Pirkey Frank Zea, dentist. 
Plahte Adolph, undertaker. 
Poirier Pichard, propr Colusa House. 
Pope J H, fruit grower. 
Porter James W, insurance. 
I*otter A<lell>ert E, Fruit Grower. 
Probst Benedict, boots and shoes. 
Prvor Bennett A, books and stationery, and 

agent W F & Co. 
Putman & Son (Francis M and Hermon R) 

grocers. 



Padcliffe Charles D, propr Colusa Herald. 
Reis & Co (Louis Reis, G G Brooks) boots 

and shoes. 
Rich (fe Co (John F Rich) grocer. 
Iticlia^rcLsonL Cliarles, Agent Colusa 

Lumber Co. 
Ritchie John, fruit grower. 
Roberts Mrs Clarissa C, dressmaker. 
Robinson Oscar, county coroner. 
Roche James, tinner and plumber. 
Sacramento Transportation Co, E W Jones 

& Co, agents. 
Scoggins Noah, city marshal. 
Seawell J L, county clerk and recorder. 
Seube B, wines and liquors. 
Shelton James R^ teacher. 



COLUSA DAILY GAZETTE. 



EUGENE I. FULLER, Editor and Proprietor. 
Mrs. M. N. FULLER, - Business Manager. 



The Gazette is the Pioneer Daily of the Town of Colusa ; is published every 
morning, Mondays excepted, at $4.00 per year. Best advertising 
medium in the county. Terms reasonable. 



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Slielton J <te (Jo (-)ames R Shelton, John 
L Wilson, John E Hay man) druggists. 

Shields-Aslachsen, Bro. Robert, prin Colusa 
College. 

Shires Wm, general store. 

Shuggart George L, barber. 

Simmons Rev J C (Methodist). 

Smith George, plasterer. 

Smith Samuel R, planing mill and machine 
shop. 

Soiitli Britisli V & WL Iiisiii*a.iice 

Co of Z, John C Mogk, Agent. 

Spaulding Alonzo P, blacksmith. 

i^tanton J B, fruit grower. 

Stewart Robert, dentist. 

St. Mourice Edward, painter. 

Stormer John B, photographer. 

Sullivan Ow-en, blac ksmith. 

Sullivan Timotliy, Propr Eagle Liv- 
ery Stables. {SeefJ. 207.) 

Swiuford Edward, lawyer. 

Thomas Hiram H, postmaster. 

Totman J R, fruit grower. 

Turman H B, dairyman, 

Tuson Henry, sewing machines. 

Vail Lorenzo 0, watchmaker. 

Wallrheh Rev Michael (Roman Catholic). 

Ward George W, grocer. 

Warnick James W, vice prin public schools. 

Wells, I^arg-o & Co, B A Pryor Agent. 

W^est Joseph S, physician. 

Western Union Tel Co, J W Hulmes agent. 

White E A, sewing machines. 

White George W, painter. 

Wilkins Frank, druggist. 

Williams Jacob, saloon. 

Willis Frank W, Fruit Grower. 

Willis & Potter (Frank W W^illis, 
Adelbert E Potter) Proprs Brightwood Or- 
chard and Nursery. (6'ee p. 205. ) 

Wilson John L, county supt of schools. 

Zipperlein Louis, propr Colusa Bakery and 
Confectionery. 

COI.USA COIirVTY. For descrip- 
tive sketch refer to General Index. 



COE^USA aUNCTIO]^. A statidn 
on the S. P. R. R., at the junction of the 
Colusa and Lake R. R. , in Colusa county, 
10 miles west of Colusa, the county seat and 



banking point. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. 

& Co. Mail, daily. 

Depew ¥j J, warehouse. 

Kimbrell J P, saloon and postmaster. 

Pettygrove O t.. Agent W F & Co, 

W U Tel Co and S P Co. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, G L Pettygrove 

Agent. 



COI^YER. A recently established 
postolfice in Tehama county, 10 miles south- 
west of Red Bluff, the county seat and near- 
est exp., tel., banking and shipping point. 
Principal products, grain and fruits. Mail, 
by special supply. 
^Baker Oeorge, Postmaster. 



COMPTCHE. Established in 1862 
on Albion creek, Mei)docino county, 37 
miles northwest of Ukiab, and 16 southeast 
of Mendocino, its shipping point on the 
coast, which is also the location of nearest 
bank, tel. and exp. office. Products, red- 
wood lumber, railroad ties, tan bark, stock, 
and fruit. Population, 40. Daily mail stage; 
fares, Ukiah $3, Mendocino ^2. 
Dillingham J R, shoemaker, 
Hansen Gustaf, hotel. 

^Iloak Newman E, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Kerry W^alter, blacksmith. 
Meddock J T, saloon. 
Ottosen J, hotel. 



COMPTON. In Los Angeles county, 
on the S. P. R. R., 10^ miles south of Los 
Angeles, the county seat. The village is 
pleasantly situated in a fruit growing and 
stock raising country. It has Methodist, 
Baptist, Congregational and Holiness church- 
es, and a good school. A newspaper, the 
Compton Independent, is published weekly. 
The mill of the Los Angeles Paper Co. is 
located 1 mile north Telephone communi- 
cation with Los Angeles, Long Beach, Wil- 
mington and San Pedro. Population, 900. 
Tel. W. U. Exp,, W. F. & Co. Bank, at 
the county seat. Mail, daily. George H. 
Marsden, postmaster. 

Ambrose W D, hardware and agricultural 

implements. 
Bentley Allen P, notary public and printer. 
Bradley Rev J (Congregational). 
Carson George, stock raiser. 
Carson Henry C, meat market. 
Coffin Frank, mngr San Pedro Lumber Co. 
Coleman L E, harnessmaker. 
Compton Independent, J F Cook editor. 
Cook J F, editor Compton Independent. 
Darlington W A, furniture. 
Downs J G, physician and druggist. 



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Dyesmid E, tailor. 
Eddy Amos, fruit grower. 
Gold water J A, general store, 
Gries John, stock raiser. 
Hann John R, boots and shoes. 
Harbell W H, meat market. 
Harding James H, druggist. 
Haylock George, notions. 
Holcombe A L, physician. 
Kent H J, painter. 

Kent & McXeil, Vjlacksmiths and carriage 

painters. 
Kuhl J D, harnessmaker. 
Leonard W S, justice of the peace. 
Loos John, propr St Loais House. 
Lyman Charles W, real estate and insurance. 
McFarland Andrew, physician and druggist. 
Maasmussen & Maas, bakers. 
Marsden George H, notions and postmaster. 
]\Iorgan Edward, barber. 
Newmark M N, livery. 
Rogers Sylvester, fruit grower. 
Safstrom A, wood and coal yard. 
San Pedro Lumber Co, Frank Coffin mngr. 
Santongue Mrs Lida L, milliner. 
Shamrak & Co, agricultural implements and 

blacksmiths. 
Shepherd .J M & Sons, grocers. 
Smith H A, general store. 
Steele W H, dry goods. 

Stephens & Rice (Edwin E Stephens, Wilson 
L Rice) hardware and plumbers. 

Stevens John, stock raiser. 

Stevens Xewton A, jeweler. 

Walter C, Agent W F & Co, W U 
Tel Co, and S P Co. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, L C Walter Agt. 

Whaley F S, phvsician. 

Wilson Rev C P (Methodist). 



C03f COW. Settled in 1852, in Butte 
county, 25 miles north of Oroville, the coun- 
ty seat, and 30 east of Chico. Gold mining 
is carried on, and hay and fruit are also 
shipped. Telephone connection with Cher- 
okee, 12 miles south, which is the nearest 
telegraph office. Stage, to Chico and Oro- 
ville, semi-weekly, fares 8.3, the latter being 
the preferable banking point. There is a 
saw mill near. Government land can be 
obtained here, and unproved farms can be 
bought at low prices. Population, 75. Mail, 
semi-weekly. Caleb Scott, postmaster. 
Branigan John, stock raiser. 
Branigan K, stock raiser. 
Duensincr Wm, mine propr. 
Farley Bros, mine proprs. 
Gramps <fe Ginder, mine proprs. 
Hutchison J A, lumber mnfr. 
Kirby Frederick, fruit grower. 
Little Kimshew M Co. 



McDonald A, stock raiser. 

Miller S R, stock raiser. 

*Scott Calel>, General Store, Hotel, 

Stock Raiser and Postmaster. 
Simmons I R, carpenter. 
Stone E, fruit grower and blacksmith. 
Stone & Taylor, miue proprs. 
Wright H, stock raiser and fruit grower. 

COrVCORD. A thriving town in Con- 
tra Costa county, 7 miles southeast of Mar- 
tinez, the county sf-at. and nearest banking 
and shipping point. It contains churches of 
the principal denominations, good schools 
and an excellent newspaper, the Concord 
Sun. Population, 500. Telephone to all 
parts of the county. Stage communication 
is maintained with Clayton, Sumersville, 
Xortonville, Pacheco, 5lartinez, Walnut 
Creek, Danville, La Favette and Oakland. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. MaH, 
daily. Mrs. B. J. Murphy, postmaster. 
Aerden Rev J H (Catholic). 
Bacon k Tillman (Samuel Bacon, Henry Till- 
man) general store. 
Batt & Smith, blacksmith. 
Beandette .Joseph, carpenter. 
Bolognesi Raphaello, saloon. 
Boyd (fe Jaquith (.J' seph Boyd, W C Jaquith) 

blacksmiths. 
Breckenridge X M, hardware. 
*Burke John J, justice of the peace and har- 
nessmaker. 
Concord Hotel, Philip Klein propr. 
Concord Sun. S. Farjeon propr. 
Duncan George, fruits. 
Farjeon S. propr Concord Sun. 
Fosket & Elworthy, meat market. 
Galindo Manuel, liver* . 
Gellert J M, general store. 
Goller Henry M, boots and shoes. 
Guy J W, undertaker. 
Hall R, nursery. 
Kamelin L, physician. 
Humphrey Rev \V D (Christian). 
Hurd Rev T X (Pr*>sl)yteri ui). 
Klein Philip, propr Concord HoteL 
Lambert .Tohn, bakery. 
Loring Mrs H, dry goods and millinery. 
Mahony & Ivy (Bat Mahony, Henry Ivy) 
livery. 

Mt Diablo Hotel, Johan P Wiechers propr. 
]^Iiirpliy ^trfi B af. Postmaster. 

Xavas C, general store. 
Xelson Mrs H J, dry goods. 
Neustadter B, general store. 
Patterson Wm A, druggist and agent W F 
& Co. 

Perez Francisco, grocery and salo< n. 
Pritchard Thomas, saloon. 
Saddler P. hnrbpr. 



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Sheehau Eel, saloon. 
Sheelian James, saloon. 
Soto Bros, general store. 
Soto F L, constable. 
Soto Peter, barber. 

Soto P M, pres Young Men's Institute. 
Stolz John, shoemaker. 
Swan F S, painter. 
Thomas H G, physician. 
1 illnan H, agent W U Tel Co. 
Tristram S, wire weaver. 
Wells, I-^argo & Co, Wm A Patter- 
son. Agent. 
Wiechers Johan P, propr Mt Diablo Hotel. 
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COI^f -iKY. A postofEce and station on 
the S. P. P.. R., in Sacramento county, 5 
miles northeast of Gait, the nearest tel. and 
exp. office. Nearest banking point, Lodi. 
Mail, daily. 



COilTXRA COSTA COUJ^XY. 

For descriptive sketch, refer to General 
Index. 



COOL. Settled in 1885, in El Dorado 
county, 25 miles northwest of Placerville, 
the county seat, and 5 east of Auburn, the 
nearest shipping, tel., exp. and banking 
point. Population, 30. Ships grain and 
hay. Daily mail stages, to Auburn, Green 
wood and Georgetown. 
Arvidson Miss J, teacher. 
Ashley W E, blacksmith. 
Davis & Co well (S F) lime mnfrs. 
tiovis Ifirs II, Postmaster. 
Lewis J L, stage propr. 



COOK'^ SPRIIVOS. A prominent 
summer and health resort in the vicinity of 
Leesville, Colusa county, which is the near- 
est postoffice. 

Moore l>r E B, Propr Springs and 
Hotel. 



COOPER'S. Monterey county. A 
station on the S. P. R. R., 3 miles west of 
Blanco, the nearest postoffice. 



COWLEY. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., and on the Sacramento river, in Shasta 
county, 10 miles north of Redding, the 
county seat and banking point. There are 
several gold and silver mines in the vicinity, 
and fruit is largely grown. Population, 65. 
Tel., P. P. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. Annie M. Nichols, postmaster. 
Bray Wm, blacksmith. 
Ellis A C, assayer. 
Fleming Rev George W. 
Gregory J J, saloon, 
Moore S C, poultry breeder. 
I^icliols W W, General Store, Hotel, 

Agent W F & Co and S P Co. 
Rideout D, carpenter. 
Robinett Ned, fruit grower. 



COPPER CIXY 

See Ydalpom. 



Shasta county. 



COPPER VAEE. A discontinued 
postoffice in Las-en county, 19 miles south- 
west of SusiJiville, the county seat and 
nearest mail office. 



COPPEROPOI.IS. The postoffice 
at a place sometimes called Angel's, the lo- 
cation of copper mines in Calaveras county, 
18 miles south of San Andreas, the county 
seat, ] 5 east of Milton, the nearest railroad 
shipping point, and 45 east of Stockton, the 
nearest banking point. This is the location 
of the Union Copper Mine, in operation with 
important works. It has a Congregational 
church and 250 inhabitants. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. P. & Co. Daily mail stage, to 
Milton and Sonora, fares |l.50 and |2.50. 
Milton D. Honey, postmaster. 
Baker J M, lumber and feed. 
Braids Charles, blacksmith. 
Brown J H, saloon, 
Burrell Martin, harnessmaker. 
Case Wm H, druggist and agent W F & Co. 
Chaloner G G, saloon. 
Eagan James, shoemaker. 
Fontana Mrs A, general store. 
Hodges G Z, propr Union Hotel. 
*Hoiiey ifliltoii 1>, Druggist, Insu- 
rance, AgentWUTel Co, and Postmaster. 
Meeker George, barber. 
Moore E B, saloon. 
Moore & Baker, meat market. 
Neely I N, livery. 

Pine Log G M Co, mine and mill proprs. 
Raulett & Person, general store. 
Robinson L, barber. 
Salcide Miss M G, teacher. 
Sperry & Kirkland, saloon. 
Tubb Rev W H (Congregational). 
Turner Wm, general store. 



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CORl>Ei:^I A. Formerly called Bridge- 
port, is situated in Solano county, and is a 
station on the S. P. R. R., 5 miles west of 
Fairfield, the county seat. Settled, 1858. 
Contains a Methodist church, good school, 
and 300 inhabitants, i^earest bank at Sui- 
sun City. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. CJ. 
Mail, daily. Miss Dottie Mason, postmaster. 
Alameda M, dairy. 
Baldwin J M, fruit grower. 
Chadbourn Bros, fruit growers. 
Chapman F C, carriagemaker. 
Davison Mrs F, teacher. 
Dittmer Mrs C, dressmaker. 
Downer J A, varieties. 
Durbin T J, fruit grower. 
Giasshoff & Co, meat market and saloon. 
Goosen Henry, feed and x^laning mills. 
Haile Henry, teacher. 
Hatch A T, fruit grower. 
Higgins Mrs S, teacher. 
Hitchings E, fruit grower. 
Humphreys J X, general store. 
Humphreys Miss Kate, dressmaker. 
McKeague P J, hotel. 
Mangles L, justice of the peace. 
*3Iasoii ^liss ]>ottie. Variety Store 

and Postmaster. 
Moiles Bros, hotel. 
Moiles T, constable. 
Pitman Mrs C J, hotel. 
Beise J, dairy. 

Siebe P, agent Sunset Telephone Co. 
Siebe P & Co, general store. 
Smythe Mrs, dressmaker. 
Sweetser, Elliot & Co, wine mnfrs. 
Walker W H, agent W F & Co, S P Co and 

W U Tel Co. 
Walters Mrs, hotel. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, W H Walker 
Agent. 



White W H, teacher. 
Whittaker J R, undersheriff. 
Wilson Curtis, insurance. 
Winters Rev W M (Methodist). 



COR^TElLilLi. A postoffi.ee in the north- 
western part of Modoc county, on the east- 
ern bank of Rhett lake, 45 miles southeast 
of LinkviJe, Or., the nearest exp. and tel. 
office. Mail, weekly. 



COR3fI3fO. Formerly called Riceville, 
is a station on the S. P. R. R., in Tehama 
county, 20 miles south of Red Bluff, the 
county seat and nearest banking point, and 
179 north of San Francisco. The village 
contains a M. E. South and Methodist 
churches, good school and 200 inhabitants, 
and has a live weekly newspaper, the Corn- 
ing Observer [Re^. ) Ships -farm produce and 
wool. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. Maria Ott, postmaster. 
Aitken Robert B, watchmaker. 
Aitken. & ^lagg-ard (Robert B Ait- 
ken, Wm F Maggard) Druggists. 
Cannon John G, blacksmith. 
Corning Brass Band, Harry Boyd leader. 
Corning- 01>server, Thomas H Daw- 
son Editor and I^ropr. {See adv. below.) 
Dawson. Xlioinas H, Editor and 

Propr Corning Observer. 
Donovan Jeremiah J, meat market. 
Dorsey Rev J D (M E South). 
Fish L, justice of peace. 
Hannan W J, notions. 
Hart Wilson, livery and constable. 
Horner M T, barber. 
Jewett Wm E, school trustee. 
Johns James F, harnessmaker. 
Kaufman Bros (Charles Kaufman) 

General Store and Tinwai-e Mnfrs. 
Lee Bros (Perry L and Wm M) feed mill, 
liierscli Oustav, Propr Liersch House 
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Logan & Co, warehouse. 

Lown Marshall, carpenter. 

Maggard Wm F, physician. 

Million Charles W, saloon. 

Noble E, physician. 

Richardson L E, commission. 

Tarter Miss Mattie, agent W F & Co, W U 

Tel Co and S P Co. 
Tibbetts John W, carpenter. 
Webb Mrs Annie, teacher. 
Webb Haywood, priu public school. 
Wilson Henry C, warehouse. 
Wilson H F & Co (Harry F Wilson, 

Oliver E Bailey) General Merchandise. 
Wright Rev W j (Methodist). 



CORI1JWAI.I. SXATIOr^. A dis- 
continued postoffice on the S. P. R. R., in 
Contra Costa county, 14 m*iles east of Marti- 
nez, the county seat, and nearest bank loca- 
tion. It is the railroad shipping station for 
Black Diamond, 1 mile northwest. 



C0R0:^A1>0. This famous suburb 
of San Diego, up to 1886, was regarded as a 
sandy waste of no practical value, except as 
a water break to protect the hari)or of San 
Diego, lying between that and the ocean. 
The place is now dotted with beautiful cot- 
tages and substantial edifices, the most prom- 
inent of which is the Hotel Del Coronado, 
said to be one of the largest in the world, 
costing about a million dollars. The Hotel 
Josephine is also a prominent structure, sit- 
uated on the most elevated point of the pen- 
insula. Coronado Beach, as it is generally 
called, is still "disputed territory," as to 
whether it forms a part of the city of San 
Diego, or whether it will become a separate 
corporation. It has a postofiice of its own, 
and yet it is' so intimately related to the 
larger town as to have nearly an identity, of 
interest. It is connected with San Diego on 
one side by a steam-ferry running every 
20 minutes; and on the other side by a 
motor railroad running along the sand-spit 
tl rough National City. There is an excellent 
public school and two church organizations. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. 
James L. Dryden, postmaster. 



American Ostrieli Co, John R 

Campbell supt. {See adv. under Feathers.) 

Andrews Frank, agent W U Tel Co. 

Babcock E S Jr, mngr Hotel Del Coronado» 

Bailey W F, physician. 

Bettens A G, notary public. 

Biaisdell S G & Son (Solon G and Frank E) 
nursery. 

Bragg Luther C, curiosities. 

Breckley Lizzie, restaurant. 

Ca>nip1>ell JFolin K, Supt American 
Ostrich Co. 

Carey Miss May, teacher. 

Cassiday Miss Mabel G, teacher. 

Connor Mrs M E, mngr Hotel Josephine. 

Corbett Alexander W, shoemaker. 

Coronado Beach Co, capital $3,000,000, E S 
Babcock Jr pres, Giles Kellogg sec. 

Coronado Foundry Co, founders and ma- 
chinists. 

Coronado Fruit Package Co, E Densmore 

pres, J S Long sec. 
Corona,do Mercury, F E A Kimball 

Propr. {Seep. 21.3.) 
Coronado R R Co, Giles Kellogg sec. 
Coronado Water Co, Giles Kellogg mngr. 
Dryden James L, postmaster. 
Duggin Miss H E teacher. 
Green Samuel T, grocer. 
Haas Frederick, meat market. 
Hotel Del Coronado, E S Babcock Jr mngr. 
Hotel Josephine, Mrs M E Connor mngr. 
Inwood Rev Alfred (Methodist). 
Kim1>a.ll Frederick E A, Propr 

Coronado Mercury, Stationery, and Agent 

W F & Co. {Seep. 213.) 
Laventhal Miss Sarah, teacher. 
Mathewson Johnson A, general store. 
Mert25 Frank, Propr Orange Avenue 

Barber Shop. 
Orange Avenne Barber ^liop^ 

Frank Mertz, Propr. 
Prien Henry F, druggist. 
Reusch Jacob, baker. 
Robertson Miss, teacher. 
Roper Mrs E C, dressmaker. 
San Diego and Coronado Ferry Co, Giles 

Kellogg, sec. 
Sinon Timothy, cigars. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, F E A Kimball, 

Agent. 

Wilson Washington, teacher. 



COIIRAI^ 1>E EUZ. San Diego 
county. See Deluz: 

CORRAEIXAS. A ^ postoffice in 
Santa Cruz county, about 16 miles east of 
Santa Cruz the county seat, and 7 north 
of Watsouville, the exp., tel., bank and 
shipping point, with which it is connected 



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by daily mail stage. It has a paper mill, 
and ships fruit. Population about 800. 



Telephone connection. Wm. Wilson, P. M. 
Bowman Bros, nursery. 
Brown B C, agt Sunset Telephone Co. 
Corralitos Paper Mill Co, Brown Bros & Co, 

proprs. paper mnfrs. 
Lautiiier E, saloon. 
Rider D A & Son, saw mill, 
* Wilson. Wm, General Store and P.M. 



COSUi?INJE. A town sometimes called 
Valley Retreat, on the Cosumne river, in 
Sacramento county, 18 miles southeast of 
Sacramento, the county seat and banking 
point, and 14 east of Perkins, the ship- 
ping, tel. and exp. station. Grains and 
fruits are grown. Population, 50. Stages to 
Sacramento, Michigan Bar and Plymouth. 
Mail, daily. John E. Givens, postmaster. 
Belcher Mrs L W, fruit grower. 
Dixon Wm H, fruit grower. 
Eraley James, hotel. 

Crivens JTolin. E, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Grimshaw Frank, constable. 
Hancock G W, fruit grower. 
Hanlon John, dairy. 

*Heatli Edward B, General Insur- 
ance Agent. 
Hoy R H, blacksmith. 
McCord J L, fruit grower. 
McCracken W F, fruit grower. 
Miser Joseph, wool grower. 
Murphy P A, fruit grower. 
Myers A, dairy. 
Pickett Mrs H, dairy. 
Pollock Prisalli, fruit grower. 
Quinn James, wool grower. 
Raymond A F, fruit and hop grower. 
vSanders 0, constable. 
Scott J B, dairy. 
Scott W A, wool grower. 
Taverner George, wool grower. 



COXA. A postoffice, formerly called 
Rincon on the San Luis Rey river, in San 
Diego county, 40 miles north of San Diego, 
the county seat, and 17 northeast of Es- 
condido, the railroad, shipping, exp., tel. 
and banking point. Principal products, 
wheat, corn and barley. Population, 125. 
A flour mill is in operation 4 miles down the 
river. Mail, semi-weekly. H. E. Alexan- 
der, postmaster. 
Steinbrink F, flour mnfr. 

COT ATE. A station on the S. F. and 

N. P. R. R., in Sonoma county, 5 miles 
south of Santa Rosa, the nearest postoffice. 



COTTAGE OROTE. A postoffice 
in the western part of Siskiyou county, 
near* the Del Norte county line. Fort Jones, 
85 miles distant by mail route, is the nearest 
exp., tel. and banking point. Mail, weekly. 



Ball's Ferry, Gas 
Tel., W. U. and. 
Co. Mail, daily. 



C0TT0:VW001>. A postoffice and 
station on the S. P. R. R. (Shasta route), in 
Shasta county, 18 miles south of Redding, 
the county seat and banking point, and 17 
north of Red Bluffi It has a Congrega- 
tional church, a weekly newspaper, the Cot- 
tonwood Register, and 450 inhabitants. 
Stages leave here for 
Point and Shingletown. 
P. P. Exp., W. F. S 
S. L. Crane, postmaster, 
Addison E & Son (Emsley and Wm H) 

blacksmiths. 
Baker Wm & Son (Wm and John) brick 

mnfrs. 

Barkhausen Miss Aggie, dressmaker. 
Becker & Foster (Charles J Becker, John H 

Foster) general store. 
Behrle Louis, saloon. 
Bielefeld Ludwig, shoemaker. 
Blumb Millie, teacher. 
Butterway George H, contractor. 



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Carter Ed G, general store. 
Clark Wm D, physician and druggist. 
Cottonwood Register, Hardy & llerzinger 
proprs. 

Crane S I^, Postmaster. 
Foster H C, druggist. 

Foster John H, agent S P Co, W F & Co, 

and W U Tel Co. 
Galiher Martin, saloon. 
Graham Arnold A, painter. 
Griffin Marion, real estate and notary. 
Hardy James H, barber, and agent P P Tel 

Cable Co. 

Hardy & Her2dnger, proprs Cottonwood Reg- 
ister. 

Jehl Mrs Philip J B, confectionery. 

Jones Rev J A (Congregational). 

LafFoon Thomas R, propr Laftoon House and 
livery. 

Lean Joseph, constable. 

Logan Alfred J, harnessmaker. 

McCabe T J, justice of the peace. 

Moore John S, blacksmith. 

Price W F & Co (W F Price, Adam Schu- 
mun) general store. 

Rupert George, stage propr. 

Schneider Valentine, blacksmith. 

Scale & Mrirtin (Robert Scale, George R Mar- 
tin) livery. 

Smith J G, physician. 

Stoekel Charles, meat market. 

Wait C A, saloon. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, John H Foster 
Agent. 

Western Union Tel Co, John H Foster agent. 
Wise & Logan (Andrew J Wise, Pleasant D 
Logan) foundry. 



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COXTOiVWOOI>. 

See Henley. 



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Siskiyou county. 



• COUI.TEltVIi:.i:.E. First settled 
in 1849, on Maxwell's creek, in Mariposa 
county, 25 miles northwest of Mariposa, the 
county seat, 52 east of Modesto, the prefer- 
able shipping point, and 42 northeast of 
Merced, the nearest bank and tel. location. 
A Catholic church is located here. It is 



surrounded by a mining country, and ships 
gold, grain, fruit and cattle. Population, 
250. Tri- weekly stages; fai es, Merced, $4. 50; 
Modesto, $5; Big Oak Flat, |2. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Mail, tri-weekly. W. J. McCar- 
thy, postmaster. 

Bondurant Hathaway, mine propr. 
Bruschi F, general store. 
Capurro F, shoemaker. 
Carter L H, physician. 
Commissiona G, general store. 
Conova G, general store. 
Coulter George, hotel. 
Harlow George W, blacksmith. 
Hobron George W, lumber mnfr. 
Jeffrey George, hotel. 

McCartliy Xliomas B, Druggist, 
Stationer, and Agent W F & Co. 

McCartUy W J, Postmaster. 

Rago Rev hather (Catholic). 

Reedy A J, livery. 

Repetto Louis, saloon. 

Rihn Bros, meat market. 

Shimer James, blacksmith. 

Smith Mrs H, restaurant, 

Thompson John, saloon. 

Tiscornia A, general store. 

Walsh Richard, saloon. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, T B McCarthy 
Agent. 



COURXI. AN1>. Located on the Sac- 
ramento river, in Sacramento county, 28 
miles south of Sacramento City, and 96 by 
steamer northeast of San Francisco. It 
contains about 200 inhabitants, ships fruit 
and produce, and sustains 2 churches. Cath- 
olic and Methodist. Nearest banking point, 
Sacramento. Ship direct by river steamers. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. J. W. 
Houston, postmaster. 
Aldrich J L, dairy. 
Bates Benjamin, dairy. 
Boggs Miss Nora, teacher. 
Bunnell Charles, dairy. 
CoiirtlaiKl Hotel, J W Houston Propr 
Crofton John, fruit grower. 
Feeley Miss Frances, teacher. 
Harris Wm, barber. 
Hollister Dwieht, dairy. 
Houston Joseph W, General Store, 

Hotel, Aeent W F & Co, and Postmaster. 
O'Connor P D, blacksmith. 
Runyan R, fruit grower. 
Runyan Sol, fruit grower. 
Stephenson T J, dairy. 
Talmadge C V, fruit grower. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, J W Houston 

Agent. 
Williamson John, dairy. 
Wrea Bros, plumbers. 



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COVEt.O. The trading point for the 
Round Valley country, in Mendocino county, 
60 miles north of Ukiah, the county seat, 
nearest bank location, tel. and shipping point. 
It has a roller steam flour mill, Presbyterian 
church, and about 250 inhabitants. Farm 
products are shipped. Exp. W. F. & Co. 
Daily mail stages to Laytonville, 26 miles 
southwest; thence to Ukiah. Eugene Clif- 
ton, postmaster. 

Atherton Rev J W (Presbyterian). 

Bellamy B C, physician 

Brown I>r O J, Druggist and Agent 

Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Brown Henley, lumber mnfr. 
Chalmers J K, notary public. 
Clifton & Weill, G-eneral Store. 
Cotanch James, barber. 
Duncan G W, propr American Hotel. 
Duncan James, meat market. 
Fish C W, carpenter. 
Henley W & Bro, general store. 
Lobree L, general store. 
Marks H, general store. 
Montague F D, blacksmith. 
O'Neill John, livery. 
Perry A C, saloon. 
Purcell F, hop grower. 
Rohebouy;h C W, lawyer. 
Round Valley Roller Flour Mill Co, W R 

Melendez supt. 
Welch L J, livery. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, G J Brown Agt. 
Whitney W F, justice of the peace. 
Willis W E & Son, blacksmiths. 
Wilsey J N, constable. 
Yates C H, U S Indian agent. 



COVIIVA. A postoffice in Los Angeles 
county, 26 miles east of Los Angeles, the 
county^seat, and 4 south of Azusa, the exp., 
tel. and shipping point, on the Southern 
Cal. railroad. The village has Episcopal, 
Methodist and Baptist churches. Population, 
95. Nearest bank at Pomona. Oranges, and 
other fruits, grain, hay and vegetables are 
produced, the first named, in large quantities 
and of excellent quality. Daily stage, to 
Azusa. Mail, daily. 
Allison Clarence, carpenter. 
Allison M, rarpenter. 
Balbridge M, fruit grower. 
Balbridge R, fruit grower. 
Bemis C E, watchmaker. 
^Eastman B F", Ceneral Store and 

Agent Sunset Tel Co, and Postmaster. 
Hepner W G, carpenter. 
Moxley I, carpenter. 
Potter W C, blacksmith. 



Rubidan C 1', fruit grower. 
Tarr Rev C W (Methodist). 



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BAR. Trinity county. See 



COYOTE. A station on the S. P. R. R., 

in Santa Clara county, 12 miles southeast of 

San Jose, the county seat and banking 

point. Population, 250. Shipments, grain 

and fruit. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 

Co. Mail, daily. J. B. Peppin, postmaster. 

Albertoli S, dairy. 

Compton John, carpenter. 

Fisher F, stock raiser. 

Fisher Thomas, fruit grower and dairy. 

Goodenough J, fruit grower. 

Jones John, blacksmith. 

McKissick F, fruit grower. 

Owens Mrs J M, dairy. 

*Peppin Clarence C, poultry breeder. 

Peppin E, meat market. 

Peppin JT B, General Store, Hotel, and 

Postmaster. 
Polhemus George B, stock raiser and dairy. 
Ransom J, fruit growc3r. * 
Stevei^s 0, fruit grower and insurance agent. 
Stewart Arch, grain, insurance, agent W 

F & Co and S P Co. 
Stiffler Clarence, blacksmith. 
Weber C M, fruit grower. 
Wells, Earg-o & Co, Arch Stewart 

Agent. 



COZZENS. Located in 1850, on Dry 
creek, Sonoma county, is 5 miles west of 
Geyserville, its shipping, exp. and tel. sta- 
tion, to which there is telephone; also daily 
stages, and about HO miles northwest of 
Santa Rosa, the county seat. Healdsburg 
is the nearest bank location. Shipments, 
grapes, wine and fruits. Stages to Skaggs's 
Hot Springs. Mail, daily. D. Cozzens, 
postmaster. 

Allen John V, wool grower. 

Bell J S, grape grower. 

Board W, grape grower. 

Borner R, wine mnfr. 

Bradford Bros, grape growers. 

Christal B V, blacksniitli. 

Cozxens 1>, (General Store and P M. 

Frickey Frederick, wine mnfr. 

Grey A N, carpenter. 

Holengren H, blacksmith. 

Ireland I), carpenter. 

Jursch G, carpenter. 

Parkerson Carter, gra])e grower. 

Patronak F, wine mnfr. 

Price John, justi(-e of the peace. 

Pritchett S W, blacksmith. 

Provines J, fruit grower. 



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Skaggs Alexander, hotel. 
Snitger C, wine mnfr. 
Somes J, grape grower. 
Thompson C, wine mnfr. 
Wagler C, wine mnfr. 
Winter T, grape grower. 
Wright B ¥, carjjenter. 



CRAIO. A postoffice and settlement 
near Pitt river, in Modoc county, 40 miles 
west of Alturas, the county seat, and 60 east 
of Sisson, the nearest railroad and tel. sta- 
tion. Population, 100. Products, wheat, 
oats, rye, barley and stock. Redding, the 
nearest banking point, is 127 miles south- 
west^ Adin, the exp. office, 18 southeast. 
Stages to Lookout, Bieber, Redding, Adin, 
Alturas, and Linkville, Or. Mail, weekly. 
Craig E H, stock raiser. 
Craig Miss Eula, dressmaker. 
Craig John, stock raiser and carpenter. 
Craig- R A, Fruit Grower and P M. 
Dunlap A, stock raiser. 
Gouch James, stock raiser. 
Gould John, cirpenter. 
Guthrie Dempsey, shoemaker. 
Guthrie Frank, stock raiser. 
Hewitt J, stock raiser. 
Miller P, stock raiser and dairy. 
Scrivner Miss R L, teacher. 
Shaw Jasper, blacksmith. 
Sherer D, stock raiser. 
Webb F, dairy. 



CRAIflER. A postoffice in Tulare 
county, 20 miles by stage east of Poi^terville, 
the nearest exp., tel. and shipping point. 
Visalia is the nearest banking point. Mail, 
tri- weekly. 

Dillon N P, lumber mnfr. 
Williams R G, general store. 



CRAJ^IflORE. In Sutter county, on 
the Sacramento river, near Weis Landing, 18 
miles southwest of Yuba City, the county 
seat. It is merely a farming settlement, 
with a Methodist church (South) and district 
school in the vicinity. Marysville is the 
nearest banking point. Products, whea.t, 
barley, corn, potatoes and fruit. Nearest 
exp. at Eddy's Landing. Tel. at Arbuckle, 



the nearest railroad station. 
Martin Kimerer, postmaster. 
Charles S W, teacher. 
Cole H E, general store. 
Wilkeson Rev (Methodist). 



Mail, daily. 



CRESCEl^^T CITY. The county seat 
of Del Norte county, is an incorporated city 
of 1.200 inhiibitants, pleasantly situated on 
a small crescent-shaped bay, 280 miles north 
of San Francisco, to which steamers and sail 
vessels ply regularly. The wharf here is 
1,800 feet in length. The city contains 2 
churches, Methodist and Catholic, 3 schools, 
lodges of Masons, Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias, A. 0. U. W., and, Good Templars. 
Two newspapers, the Del Norte Record and 
the Crescent City News, are published week- 
ly. Principal exports, lumber, butter and 
salmon. Black gold-beariug sand is worked 
here with profit. Stage communication is 
maintained with Smith river, Del Norte 
county, and with Waldo, (xraut's Pass and 
other points in Oregon. Nearest banking 
point and exp. office at Areata, 90 miles 
south. Mail, daily. Wm H Woodbury, 
postmaster. 
Babcock C W, saloon. 
Bay Hotel, W H Woodbury propr. 
Beiler A, tailor. 
Berry Thomas J, livery. 
Bertsch Bros, shingle mill. 
Burgett Frank, carpenter. 
Burris Ed, saloon. 
Burtschell Frank, pres city council. 
Burtschell & Hennicke, blacksmiths. 
Chaigneau V A, county physician. 
Christensen Samuel 0, saloon, 
(^hristensen T M, justice of the peace. 
Coburn L F, lawyer and district attorney. 
Conner James, carpenter. 
Cooper E E, Attorney at Law, Lands 

and Mines. {See jj. 217.) 
Corcoran Mrs P, hotel. 
Corrin Fred, ship carpenter. 
Crawford Bros, barbers. 
Crescent City and Smith River R R, Hobbs, 

Wall & Co agents. 
Crescent City Brass Band. 
Crescent City News, Lucas & Miller proprs. 
Crusins Frauk, meat market. 
Darby Peter, county treasurer. 
Del Norte Hotel, Edward Yates propr. 
l>el Norte Record, J E Eldredge 

Editor and Projjr. 
Duffy Mary, bakery. 

Eiciredg'e JT E, Propr Del Norte Record, 
Photographer, Undertaker, County Cor- 
oner and Public Administrator. 

Emetsberg & .McNamara, meat market. 

Endert Joseph B, sheriff and saloon. 



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Frantz J F, blacksmith and livery. 
Gasquet H, ynne mnfr and stage propr. 
Goodrich Charles F, general store and nur- 
sery. 

Hamilton W A, lawj'-er. 
Hansen Richard, carpenter. 
Harcourt L A, physician. 
Harvey H A, county surveyor. 
Hills A F, teacher. 

]Io1>1>s, Wall & Co (also S F) Gener- 
al Store and Saw Mill. 

Hodgkins & Co, harness, stoves and tinware. 

Hughes James, druggist. 

Jacobus A M, saloon. 

Jeukins Robert J, undersheriff. 

Johnson J A, city marshal. 

Kirley Rev (Catholic). 

Lachman Charles, cabinetmaker. 

Larsen Charles, shoemaker. 

Leon George A, sewing machines, 

Lipo\\-itz Mrs E, teacher. 

Lucas & Miller, proprs Crescent City Kews. 

McCormick Marble Works, Fred Frantz 
agent. 

McLaren Bros, general store and furniture. 

McMurray Milton, druggist. 

McNamara X, hotel. 

McXulty James, wood yard. 

Marhoflfer Bros, brewers. ^ 

Marhoffer George, wood yard. 

Mellon G W, saloon. 

Miller & Lucas (R W Miller, J H Lucas) 
1 iwyers. 

Moore Edwin, teacher. 

Morris, Wolf & Co, dry goods. 

Mu'-phy James E, superior judge. 

Murray John, hotel. 

Nicholson Wm, constable. 

Patterson Charles, carpenter. 

Peveler P H, county clerk, recorder and au- 
ditor. 

Reed S S, saloon. 

Richert Bella, teacher. 

Sartwell D S, police judge and justice. 

Stelzer John J, general store and jewelry. 



Straub E, barber. 
Swords Thomas, saloon. 
Tack X, saloon. 

Teran Joseph, veterinary surgeon. 
Togni Frank, saloon. 
Tryon, Dennis & Co, tannery. 
Wenger J, city clerk. 

Wenger J & Co, general store and saw mill. 

West Benjamin, saloon. 

Wible Rev E A (Methodist). 

Woodbury W H, propr Bay Hotel, county 

assessor and postmaster. 
Wright Mrs S G, county supt schools. 
Yates Edward, propr Del Xorte Hotel. 



CRESCE^TX A postoffice 

in Plumas county, 17 miles north of Quincy, 
the county seat. Population, 200. Xearest 
bank at La Porte. Xearest shipping point, 
Chat, a station on the X. C. 0. Pv.. R. Green- 
ville, 4l\ miles northwest is the nearest tel. 
office. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Carter J S, physician. 

Carter &, Hall, General Store, Agents 

W^ F & Co. 
Cozzagles J B, saloon, 
descent M & M Co, A W Whitney supt. 
Epperson E, saloon. 
Groot & Hall, photographers. 
*IIall J S, Postmaster. 
Hail W W, news and insurance agent. 
Leonesio Bros, saloon. 
Lucia John, shoemaker. 
Wells, Eargo Co, Carter .t Hall 

Agents. 
Young R W, carpenter. 



CRESSEY. 

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Merced county. See Li 



CRES'rO:^. Formerly called Huero 

Huero Rancho, is situated on Huero Huero 
creek, in San Luis Obispo (bounty, VI nuK-s 
east of Templetou, its shipping, banking, tel. 
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330 PINE ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Obispo, the county seat. There are Metho- 
dist and Lutheran churches. Grains are the 
principal product. Population, 75. Stage, 
daily, to Templeton, fare $1. Mail, daily. 
L. M. Murdock, postmaster. 
Allen Rev Ira (Methodist). 
Clark A, stock raiser. 
Clous Rev M (Lutheran). 
Conlee F, lumber mnfr. 
Gruenhagen Ed H & Co, general store. 
Gruenhagen Erwin, carpenter. 
Harper J, hotel and livery. 
Kunart Otto, fish raising and real estate. 
McDonald & Steel, blacksmiths. 
Mattock Nanny, teacher. 
Mosher J E, stock raiser. 
*]?Iiir<loclc liA Postmaster. 
Shively D C, grocer. 
Smith Miss B T), teacher. 
Smith H B, justice of the peace. 
Suler H, cabinetmaker. 
Trogden Mrs, hotel. 
Upton R, stock raiser. 
Walker J M, teacher. 
Webster J V, nursery. 
Wilson Mrs S L, teacher. 



CROCKER. 

See Templeton. 



San Luis Obispo county. 



CROCKETX. Is also the postoffice 
for Vallejo Junction, on the S. P. R. R., in 
Contra Costa county, 5 miles northwest of 
Martinez, the county seat and nearest bank- 
ing point, and 29 northeast of San Francisco. 
It is on Carquinez straits, and has great ad- 
vantages in transportation facilities for manu- 
factories, being able to ship by either rail 
or water. The village has Congregational 
and Baptist churches and a good school. 
Principal shipments, wheat. Telephone con- 
nection by'Sunset Telephone-Tel. Co. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. J. L. Jleald, 
postmaster. 

Bree & Denehey, saloon. 
Cavanaugh M, saloon. 
Cowin W S, agent S P Co. 
Dayley P, saloon. 
*Eckley J H. 

Eckley W Henry, general store and agent 
Sunset Tel. Co. 



Edwards Bros, dairy. 
P^ichman J A, barber. 
Fort Bragg Redwood Co, lumber. 
Oa^rdiner 11 C, Asst Postmaster. 
George P, carpenter. 
Heal<l .1 Postmaster, 
lleaia Miifg^ Co, Agricultural Imple- 
ments. 

Lassell Bros, general store. 
Moss Harry, saloon. 
Perrin W, carpenter. 

Summerfield, E J, druggist and agent W 

F & Co. 
Voss F, hotel. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, E J Summer- 
field Agent. 
Young J, hotel. 



CROIflBERO. A postoflfice in Plumas 
county, 19 miles southeast of Quincy, the 
county seat. Exp. and tel. at Eureka Mills, 
11 miles south. Bank at La Porte. Mail, 
daily. 

Langhorst Bros, general store. 



CROSS CREEK. A station on the 
S. P. R. R., in Tulare county, 2 miles south 
of Traver, the nearest postoffice. 



CROW'S EAI^MNG. A station 
on the S. P. R. R., in Stanislaus county, 16^ 
miles south of Modesto, the county seat and 
banking point. It was formerly situated 2^ 
miles to the east, on the San Joaquin river, 
but was removed to its present site to join 
the railroad. The old town was formerly 
called Oris Timba. Fruit, grain, wool and 
live stock, are the products. Population, 50. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. Charles Whitmore, postmaster. 
Anderson Samuel, saloon. 
Bostwick I S, grain dealer. 
Collins & Crow, blacksmiths. 
Crow B H, stock raiser. 
Crow C C, meat market. 
Crow Charles L, stock raiser. 
Crow J B, blacksmith. 

Crow J B & J T, warehouse and cheese fac- 
tory. 

Gum John, fruit grower. 

Hanscome Miss Ella, teacher. 

Mays A, dairy. 

Medlin J, poultry breeder. 

Stewart G R, wool grower. 

Stonecifer W, wool grower. 

Wliitmore Charles, General Store, 

Agent W F & Co, and Postmaster. 
Winters Frank, stock raiser. 
Winters W N, stock raiser. 



G. L. DINGLEY & GO. 

29 Steuart Street, San Francisco. 



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CIti:ESSVIi:.i:.E. a recently estab- 
lished postoffice in Monterey county, 8 miles 
north of San Miguel, the nearest exp., tel. 
and shipping point. Paso Robles, San Luis 
Obispo county, is the nearest banking point. 
Mail, semi-weekly. 



CUCAIflO^^'OA. A postoffice on the 
Southern Cal. R. R., in San Bernardino 
county, 15 miles west of San Bernardino, 
the county seat, and 525 southeast of San 
Francisco. It has a Methodist church, a 
good school, and 200 inhabitants. Principal 
shipments, oranges, raisins and grain. 
Nearest banking point, Ontario. Telephone 
connection with Los Anoeles and San Ber- 
nardino. Stage communication with North. 
Cucamonga. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. E. B'. Henderson, post- 
master. 

Allan W, general store, insurance agent 

and notary. 
Carlson H A, saloon. 
Cucamonga Fruit Land Co, real estate. 
Cucamonga Vineyard Co, wine mnfrs. 
Haag Wm, apiarist. 

Hart C E, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co 

and S C RE. 
Haven G D, wine mnfr. 
Henderson E F, physician and postmaster. 
KincsLid Jf, General Store. 
Lowe J W, blacksmith. 
Lynch J, livery. 
Marks Rev J J (Methodist). 
Matthay C, hotel, stationery, ins agent. 
Perry W C, carpenter. 
Severin W C, meat market. 
*Smitli R L. 
Sontag H, apiarist. 
Stephens Robert, saloon. 
Stigenwalt T J, carpenter. 
Stottler Theo, apiarist. 
Tucker & Weed, nursery. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, C E Hart Agent. 



CUCA]?IO:^OA SXATIO^r. San 

Bernardino county. See Zucker. 



CUFFEY'S COVE. A discontinued 
postoffice on the coast, in Mendocino county, 
15 miles south of Mendocino, the nearest 
banking point. Shipments, lumber and 
farm produce. The P. C. S. S. Co.'s steam- 
ers touch here. Nearest postoffice, exp. and 
tel. station, Elk, 2 miles south. 
Pacific Coast S S Co, James Kenny 

Agent. 



ClJ]?i:»H:VOS. a postoffice in Mendo- 
cino county, 62 miles north of TJkiah, the 
county seat, and 40 froTn Westport, its ship- 



pmg point on the coast. It is on Rattle- 
snake creek, a branch of Eel river. Wool is 
the principal shipment. Mail, daily. Min- 
nie Cummings, postmaster. 



ClTPERTI^fO. A postoffice in Santa 
Clara county, 8 miles west of San Jose, the 
county seat, and 5 south of Mountain View, 
its shipping point, tel. and exp. office. 
Banking facilities at Santa Clara. Ship- 
ments, yrain, hay, grapes and other fruits. 
Population, 50. Mail, daily. J. H. Mc- 
Comb, postmaster. 
Adderton James carpenter. 
Anthony Miss F, music teacher. 
Anthony Frank, grape grower. 
Anthony George, fruit grower. 
Anthony W, grape grower. 
Baldwin C A, fruit grower and wine mnfr. 
Bubb John, orange grower. 
Byrne J G, hotel. 
Chichi Rev (Catholic). 
Cross Rev (Presbyterian). 
Doyle John, grape grower. 
Doyle John T, fruit grower and wine mnfr. 
Gordon J C, agent W U Tel Co. 
Hall Nathan, grape grower, 
Hanrahan J & E, fruit growers. 
Heeney Richard, grape grower. 
Hickey Miss F, dressmaker. 
Kingsbury A, carpenter. 
Love Miss M L, teacher. 
McClellan J, nursery. 
McComb Miss B, milliner. 
*]fIcComl» JF II, stock raiser and P M. 
Merrithew J C, fruit rower and wine mnfr. 
Neuman P D, grape grower. 
Parrish E J, carpenter. 
Robinson Mrs H, grape grower. 
Selenger L, fruit grower. 
Stelling John, fruit grower. 
Watson Mrs, fruit grower. 
Wells, Fargro &, <'o, J Weilheimer 

Agent. 

Williams J D, grape grower. 

Williams Samuel, grape grower. 

Woods A H, fruit grower and wine mnfr. 



CURTIS. A station on the S. P. K. 

R., in Yolo county, 5 miles north «)f NVooil- 
land, the nearest postoffice. 

Ct;YA:?I ACA. Formerly called Strat- 
ton, is an isolated })ostoffice in San l)iog<» 
county, 58 miles northeast of San Diego, tin- 
county seat. It contnina a .'W stump (|uart/. 
mill, and about 250 inlial)it^iiit8. SliipnuMits. 
gold and cattle. Telephone to tlio ctninty 
seat, and tri-weekly stages to Descanso. 
Lakeside, El Cajon and San Diego. (Joo»ls 
shipped to Lakeside, 40 miles southwest. 



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UPHOL.STERY. 

W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

841 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Mail, tri-weekly. B. W. Tarwater, Jr*. M. 
Jennison & Greening, mine proprs. 
Melrose, Hamilton & Teeler, mine proprs. 
Tarwater B W, General Store and P M 
Waterman Gov R W, mine and mill propr. 
* Waterman W S. 



I>A€}OETT. On the Mojave river, 
San Bernardino county, on the A. and P. R. 
R., 91 miles north of San Bernardino, the 
county seat and banking point. The princi- 
pal interest here is gold, silver, copper, 
lead, iron and borax mining. Telephone to 
Waterloo mine and Calico; to the last, 
stages run daily, fare ^1. There is a 60- 
stamp and a 15-stamp quartz mill here. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, 
daily. J. A. Johnson, postmaster. 
Alvord Con M & M Co. 
Bahten H, hotel. 
Brisbois J L, barber. 
B'rooke J F, agent W U Tel Co. 
Burt W P, saloon. 
Cla -k Bros, mine proprs. 
Cordiner & Falconer, saloon. 
Darmert Benjamin, blacksmith. 
Earl D W & Co, forwarding and commission. 
Goodeneough R A, druggist, 
•f olinson .Tolin A, General S'ore and 

Postmaster. 
Medlin John L, constable. 
Mitchell E J, agent W F & Co and A and P 

RR. 

Osborn J B, mine propr. 

Owens James A, justice of the peace. 

Pluth Marcus, mine propr. 

Quinn & SutclifFe, saloon. 

Steadman W E, assayer. 

Sutcliffe, Kelly & Co, meat market. 

Todd George W. shoemaker. 

Twaddle & Puelz, general store and livery. 

Waterloo M & M Co, auartz mill. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, E J Mitcheli Agt. 

Wilson W F, dairy. 



DAMASCUS. A recently established 
postoffice in Placer county, 12 miles north- 
east of Iowa City, the nearest exp. and tel! 
office. Nearest banking point Dutch Flat. 
Mail by special supply. 
Armstrong A A, general store. 



l>AiVA. A postoffice in Shasta county, 
about 65 miles northeast of Redding, the 
county seat and banking point, and 50 east 
of Sisson, the nearest railroad shipping and 
tel. station. Exp. at Fall River. Products, 
hay and grain Population, 32. Fall river 
has its source f mile from here, starting full 
grown, right out of the earth, 60 y^rds wide 
and about 5 feet deep, clear as crystal and at 
a uniform temperature of 52 degrees, the 
year round. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Bayer E W, hotel. 
Brown W D, painter. 

*"Harrod W W, General Store and 

Deputy Postmaster. 
Snell Miss M E, teacher. 
Vineyard Rev W H. 
Wilder J L, blacksmith. 



l>A]WIt<I^E. A postoffice in Contra 
Costa county, 16 miles south of Martinez, 
the county seat and banking point. Popula- 
tion, 100. Principal shipments, grain, live 
stock and fruit. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. 

Close & McNeil, blacksmiths. 

Conway John, General Store and Agt 

vV F & Co. 
Noon J J, saloon. 

*Slmey J" A, General Store, Real Estate 

and Postmaster. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, John Conway 

Agent. 



1>ARRAH. 

Jerseydale. 



Mariposa county. See 



I>AR WITV. A postoffice in Inyo coun- 
ty, 24 miles by semi-weekly mail stage 
route, southeast of Keeler, the exp., tel. and 
shipping point. Nearest bank at Indepen- 
dence. Mining is the principal pursuit. 
Anthony Charles, general store. 
Eddy J C, General Store and Postmr iter 
Mc Kenzie J A, propr Lucky Jim mine. 
Reddy Mrs M, restaurant. 
Reddy P, propr Defiance mine. 



I>AUIL.'rOIV. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., 9 miles southwest of Raymond and 
12 northeast of Berendo. No postoffice. 



I>AUNX. Located on Tule river, in 

Tulare county, 45 miles southeast of Visalia, 
the county seat, and 15 east of Porterville, 
the present shipping station, tel., exp. and 
banking point. The surrounding country, 
which is foot-hill, is well adapted to stock 
and fruit ; many good ranches are here, and 
orchards are doing well. The river has 
splendid power, utilized ^or saw-mill, plan- 



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PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 

575 Mission St., San Francisco. 



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FIRE INS. CO. 

Organized 1794. 
Assets, $6,142,4.34.49. 



BELDEN & COFRAN, 

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313 California St., San Francisco 



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jng mill and box factory. Population, 275. 
i Tri-weekly mail stages to Tulare, fare $3. 
I Wm. G. Daunt, postmaster, 
j Baldwin W T, shoemaker. 

Bursell James, grocer. 
' Coburn A M, box factory, planing and saw 
j mill. 

*l>a,iiiit Wm O-, General Store and 
Postmaster. 
; Duncan George W, fruit grower. 
Hoover Robert, physician. 
How Bros, shingle mill. 
Hubbs James Jr, blacksmith. 
Hubbs J R, fruit grower. 
McKeirnan John, fruit grower. 
Markles Robert, blacksmith. 
Mathewson J R, carpenter. 
Meeker W F, fruit grower. 



I>A VEI^rORX. A discontinued post- 
office on the coast, in Santa Cruz county, 14 
miles northwest of Santa Cruz, the county 
seat and nearest trading point. 
Dingwall Thomas, hoLel. 
Oliver George, lumber mnfr. 



I>AVIS. Yolo county. See Davisville. 



I>AVIS CREEK. A postoffice on a 
creek of the same name, in Modoc county, 24 
miles north of Alturas, the county seat. 
Population, 25. Bank at C'edarville, or Lake- 
view, Or., 36 miles north. Tri-weekly mail 
stages to Alturas and Lakeview. G. S. 
Ramer, postmaster. 

*]fIcKeiiiiey & R-amer, General 
Store and Bankers. 



DAVIS I^AIVMNO. A landing on 
the route of the steamers between San 
Francisco and Stockton. Send goods by 
River Express. No postoffice. 



I>AVISVII^I.E. The postoffice at 
Davis, a station on the S. P. R. R., in Yolo 
county, 13 miles west of Sacramento and 
9 south of Woodland, the county seat. It 
is a town of 450 inhabitants, and has Catho- 
lic, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. 
Telephone, to San Francisco and points on 
the line. Fruit, grain, wool and stock are 
shipped. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Wm. G. Bull- 
ard, postmaster. 
Anderson Enc fruit grower. 
Anderson John, fruit grower. 
Bacon Samuel W, barber. 
Bates Dr Walter E, drugs, agent W F & 

Co, and Sunset Telephone Co. 
Briggs Mrs G G, fruit grower. 
Brown Elijah W, hardware. 



Brown Thomas, carpenter. 

Bullard Wm G, grocer and postmaster. 

Chiles P S, blooded stock raiser. 

Chiles & Godfrey (Frank Chiles, B F God- 
frey) fruit growers. 

Collins John P, blacksmith. 

Drake Enos R, harnessmaker. 

Dunnen worth Edward, carpenter. 

Eag-le Saloon, R Gude Propr. 

Fellow Cuarles H, shoemaker. 

Oafford House, J W Gafford Propr. 

CraiToPcl Jonatlian W, Propr Gaflbrd 
House. 

Good Templars' Hall, Wm E Tufts mngr. 
Gould Eugene H, grape grower. 
Grangers' Warehouse Assn, W G Bullard 
mngr. 

Oude Ricliard, Propr Eagle Saloon. 

Haines Charles H, saloon. 
Hampton Wm H, lumber. 
Harrington John A, painter. 
Henle George J, saloon, 

Hoflfman George, harnessmaker and saloon, 
Horwood & Gallagher (Charles Horwood, 

Joseph J Gallagher) blacksmiths. 
Hunt Frank, saloon. 
King Wm, justice of the peace, 
Larke Alfred E, tinsmith. 
La Rue H M & Son (Hugh M and J Eugene) 

fruit growers and stock raisers. 
Lee Jennie S, teacher. 
Lenox D H, nursery. 

Ligget & Drumniond (B F Ligget, M H 

Drummond) general store. 
Lillard Mrs J T, propr Lillard House. 
Lowe Sadie E, prin public school. 
Marden Wm H, fruit grower, 
Marvin Bros' Brass and String Band 

Marvin leader, 
Masten Sylvanus G, meat market. 
Maxwell Chester, agent P P Tel Co. 
Morris Ella, teacher. 
Nevins Rev H V D (Presbyterian). 
Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, C Maxwell agent. 
Patterson Daniel K, livery. 
Pierce George, grape grower. 
Price Richard, grape grower, 
Rowe J G & Sou (Jessie G and Jessie G Jr.) 

well borers. 
Saunders Samuel P, carpenter. 
Sinclair Mnfg Co, R B Sinclair prcs, C H 

Burt vice pres and mngr, B L Ball sec, 

windmills, 
Siii«lei* Eli, F'ruit Grower, 
Siiider ^'aldwoll (Kli Snider, 

Charles A Caldwell) Nursery. 
Sproule Isaac M, agent S P Co. 
Stelling Henry, grain and insurance. 
Sunset Tele{)hone-Tel Co, \V E Bates agent. 
Swingle George H, fruit grower. 
Treat Webster, grape t/rower. 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

STOVES, RANGES, METALS, IRON PIPE, 
CORRUGATED IRON FOR ROOFING AND SIDING. 

309, 311, 313, 315, 317 j 123 and 124 

Marltet Street, N. Los Angeles St., 

San Francisco, Cal. | Los Angeles, Cal. 

T lifts Wm E, general store. 
Weber George, saloon. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, W E Bates, Agt. 

Wise Wm K, restaurant. 

Wood & Tufts (W L Wood, W E Tufts) 

real estate. 
Yater Hyram A, dry goods. 
Yater Josie, milliner and dressmaker. 



I>A Y. A postofiice in Modoc county, 68 
miles southwest of Alturas, the county seat, 
and 80 northeast of Redding, the shipping 
and banking point. Products, live stock and 
grain. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Ijorenzen I*, Stock Raiser and Post- 
master. 
*8eeger Jacob. 



l>AYTO:V, Butte county. See Grain- 
land. 



]>EA]>W001>. In Trinity county, 
16 miles east of Weaverville, the county 
seat and banking point, and 30 northwest of 
Redding, the shipping point, to which there 
is a daily stage, fare ^4.50. It is a mining 
camp numbering about 250. Gold is shipped. 
Exp. , W. F. & Co. Tel. , W. U. Mail, daily. 
Baker Thomas, general store. 
Brown Bear G M Co. 

l>a.vidsoii A J, Varieties, Agent W F 
(fe Co, W U Tel Co, and Asst Postmaster. 
Iueoiia.rd M W, Hotel and Postmaster. 
McDonald Bros, mine proprs. 
Melton G M Co. 
Vermont G M Co. 
Watt & Martin, mine proprs. 

I>ECI.EZTII.I.E. A recently estab- 
lished postoffice in San Bernardino county, 
on the S. P. Jl. R.., 8 miles west of Colton, 
the nearest exp., tel. and banking point. 
John Bartell, postmaster. • 
Declez Wm, stone quarries. 

l>ECOTO. AstationontheS.P.R.R., 
in Alameda county, 21 miles southeast of 
Oakland, the county seat and banking point. 
The village was first settled in 1869, and is a 
large grain shipping point, besides the early 
vegetables and all kinds of fruit which are 



raised in abundance. Population, 300. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Tel.,W. U. Telephone com- 
munication. Mail, daily. Manuel H. Lew- 
is, Jr., postmaster. 
Baker W. fruit grower. 
Brier W W, fruit grower. 
Bush A H, hotel. 
Careiro Manuel, shoemaker. 
Dennett C E, architect. 
Ebberson Thomas, saloon. 
Fereira T S, saloon. 

Fereira & Lewis, General Store. 

Freitas Frank, fruit grower. 

Graesslin Wm, hotel. 

Haines I B, fruit grower. 

*ILiewis i^Iamiel II Jr, Postmaster. 

Mathews P, blacksmith. 

Meyer F W, general store. 

Nesmith W H, plasterer. 

Nichols Mrs J M, agent S P Co and W F & Co. 

Salz Edward, farm implts, feed mills and 

land agent. 
Sheck J B, fruit grower. 
Smith Henry, veterinary surgeon. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Mrs J M Nichols, 

agent. 

Whipple J C, fruit grower. 



]>I:HESA. Formerly called Sweet- 
water, is a recently established postofl&ce 
in San Diego county, 8 miles east of El Ca- 
jon, the nearest shipping point. Nearest 
exp. and banking point, San Diego. Princi- 
pal products, fruit, hay, grain and live stock. 
M. I. Gregg, postmaster. 
Allen R C, raisin grower. 
Bixby Rev A (Congregational). 
Campbell A J, general store. 
Gregg A E J, carpenter. 
Gregg Bros, raisin packers. 
Gregg E E, blacksmith. 
Oregg Mattie I, postmaster. 
Gregg R J, physician. 
*Gregg Wm S. 
McFarlin J R, raisin packer. 
Sheldon D S, raisin grower. 
Sites G W, raisin grower. 
Tuttle A S, raisin packer. 
Weddle J, raisin packer. 
Weed N B, raisin packer. 



I>EILi ]fl AR. A postoffice in San Diego 
county, on the Southern Cal. R. R., 23 miles' 
north of San Diego, the county seat and 
nearest banking point. The village has an 
Episcopal church, good school, and in the 
neighborhood of 300 inhabitants. Ships hay 
and grain. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Telephone to San Diego. Mail, daily. Ed- 
ward A. Lacey, postmaster. 
Alvarado Don, livery. 



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Angier A W, stock raiser. 
Angier A Will, teacher. 
Bennett George T, engineer. 
Bennett U, livery. 
Brown Peter, stock raiser. 
Civatta A, plasterer. 
Detrich Max, stock raiser. 
Fields Charles, carpenter. 
Foster L J, capitalist. 

liacey lGd.>varcl A, Stationery, Jus- 
tice, Notary Public and Postmaster. 
Loop T M, real estate. 
Olds J Stanley, dairy. 
Richenberger Louis, constable. 
Sanford H T, nursery. 
Smith A H, stock raiser. 
Steele E W, agt W F & Co. 
Taylor J S, hotel. 
Ten Evck Edward D, carpenter. 
Wells, Fargo <fc Co, E W Steele Agt. 
Welte A C, general store. 

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office in Monterey coanty, and station on 
the S. P. E,. E., 1 mile from Monterey, the 
nearest postoffice. 



l>i:i. J^'OKTE COU^TTY. For de- 
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I>EEA:^'0. Is located on the S. P. R. 

R. , in Kern county, 33 miles northwest of 
Bakersfield, the county seat, and 282 south- 
east of San Francisco. The settlement of the 
town dates from the completion of the rail- 
road, and it bids fair to be a place of consid- 
erable importance in the near future. It 
contains a Methodist church, a school with 
an attendance of 100 pupils, and a weekly 
newspaper, the Ddano Courier. Principal 
shipments, wool, live stock, and wheat. 
Population, 500. Tel., W. U. and P. P. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daUy. W. B. 
Timmons, postmaster. 
Abbott David C, wagonmaker. 
Atkinson F 0, agt San Joaquin Lumber Co. 
Baker Mrs J, milliner. 
Bartoloto John, wool grower. 
Benson Franz S, teacher. 
Berry W A, stock raiser. 
Borrell John, wool grower. 
Borrell Justin, wool grower. 
Burnett Bruno, wool grower. 
Cecil D L, general commission, agent S P Co, 

W F & Co, and W U Tel Co. 
Chauvin Emile, propr Cosmopolitan Hotel 

and general store. 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, Emile Chauvin propr. 
Coverdale D C, real estate and notary. 
Creasy J F, stock raiser. 
Crossland & Dorsey, blacksm^tlis. 



Davis F E, general store. 
Delano Courier, McGee Bros proj^rs. 
Delano House, George Gardner propr. 
Dyer George, fruit. 

Eisen. & Stewart (Gustav A Eisen, J 
P Stewart ) Real Estate and Insurance. 

Escallier Leon, saloon. 

Foret Constant, baker. 

Fox Charles H, carpenter. 

Fridolin Vellard, wool grower. 

Gardner George, propr Delano House. 

Gardner k Cranz (George Gardner, James 
Cranz) blacksmiths. 

Gomez & Marino, musicians. 

Grimaud Stanislaus J, wool grower. 

Haggin J B, stock raiser. 

Hansen Jacob G, shoemaker. 

Hausch ]SIi3s Anna, teacher. 

Hebert George, saloon. 

Hill James C, varieties. 

Humphrey Robert, saloon. 

J erard Phillip <fc Co, wool growers. 

Kern and Tulare Irrigation District, B M 
Watts pres, C L McGee sec. 

Kramer Alexander, wool grower. 

Lambert Peter, wool grower. 

Lee R M, agent P P Tel Co. 

McGee Bros (Edward A, Charles L) proprs 
Delano Courier. 

Mandis Mrs, restaurant. 

Marceron Louis A, wool grower. 

Marino Bartholomew, varieties. 

Marmion Wm, wool grower. 

Martin Thomas, livery. 

Masters A G, meat market. 

Merry O F, wool grower. 

Metzger Elias B, tinsmith and well-borer. 

Mitchell Dr J S, druggist. 

Xewell Frank F, civil engineer. 

Ober Andrew, wool grower. 

Orcier Alexander, saloon. 

Orr & Doran (Thomas B Orr, Peter J Doran) 
saloon. 

Palmer R S, livery. 

Purdy Frederick, barber. 

Quinu & Leitch, wool growers. 

Racine George, constable. 

Ramsay Bros (Edward D and Ernest H) 
druggists. 

Renfro Abraham B, dairy. 

Renfro & Caldwell (A B Renfro, J C Cald- 
well) meat market. 

Roberts Alfred, wool grower. 

Roberts Rev D (Methodist). 

Robertson (ieorge L, real estate. 

Robinson J B, insurance and notary. 

Salca Frank, wool grower. 

San Joaquin Lumber Co, F Atkinson agt. 

Sarrazin & Co (John Sarraziu, Irene Ey- 
raud) general store. 

Sarrazin <fe Eyraud, wool growers. 



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Schwartz M & Son (Moses & Meyer Schwartz) 
general store. 

Sides A F, harness maker. 

Smith W L, wool grower. 

Taggart Thomas E, physician. 

Timmons Wm B, postmaster. 

Tyler Bros (David F and Frank) grain deal- 
ers and insurance. 

Valencia Y S, saloon. 

Valentine Florentine, wool grower. 

Walker Mrs L M, music teacher. 

Walker L N, deputy sheriff. 

Weaver Charles A, hardware. 

Wells, l^argo & Co, D L Cecil Agent. 

Wells Thomas A, lawyer and justice. 

Western Union Tel Co, D L Cecil agent. 

Zimmermann Adolph, wool grower. 



I>EI^AVA]\. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Colusa county, midway between 
Norman & Maxwell, 4^ miles to either. No 
postoffice. 



l>¥:i^III. A station on the S. P. R. R., 

in Merced county, 5 miles northeast 
of Livingston, the nearest postoffice.. 



I>E1LjXA. Shasta county. See Bayles. 



I>EHjZ. Also called Corral de Luz, 
is located in San Diego county, 55 miles 
north of San Diego, the county seat, and 5 
from its station on the S. C. R. R. Popu- 
lation, 46. Honey and raisins are shipped. 
The village is situated in a small valley, 
some 10 miles from the coast, is well watered 
and has abundance of timber. A spring, 
the Corral de Luz, is located here, known 
for its curative powers in all eruptive dis- 
eases. Bank and exp. at Fall Brook. Mail, 
tri-weekly. 

*Camp Rev Henry .1 (Episcopal) 
Apiarist, Fruit Grower and Postmaster.* 

Carr A Scott, grape grower and apiarist. 

Carr Joseph, grape grower and apiarist. 

Daniels Rev Henry M (Congregational) fruit 
grower. 

Day H K, raisin grower. 

Houghton W W, apiarist. 

Moeller Wm H, grape grower. 

Orvis Joseph, apiarist. 



Riboni Vincent, raisin grower and wanemnfr 

Root H B, apiarist. 

Stewart H W, apiarist. 

Stewart A, apiarist and raisin growjer. 

Swanson John W, mail contractor. 

Thompson Miss M K, teacher, 

Wilmot R J, fruit grower. 

Wilmot W W, raisin grower. 

Wisecarver Wm H, fruit grower. 



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I>EI^VERXON. In Solano county, 9 
miles east of Fairfield, the county seat, and 
an equal distance from Suisun City, its rail-, 
road, shipping and banking point, from 
whence it receives a mail semi-wt-ekly. 
Shipments by schooners made direct. Grain 
and stock raising is the chief industry, 
ulation, 25. Exp. at Suisun City, 
daily. 

Bithell Zack, stock miser. 
Bull Henry M, stock raiser. 
Dagnol Charles D, ^aloun. 
Merrill H F F, dairy. 

rViirse S K, (reneral Store, Warehouse, 

Mngr W U Tel Co and Postmaster. 
Peterson Marcus, dairy. 
Souza A, dairy. 
Stewart E L, dairy. 
Stewaj-t Samuel, stock raiser. 
Sullivan Daniel Jr, blacksmith. 
Sullivan John M, stock raiser. 



l>ESCANSO. In San Diego county, 
40 miles east of San Diego, the county seat 
and banking point. Population, 100, en- 
gaged in stock raising and farming. Tel. 
and exp. at San Diego, to which there are 
tri-weekly mail stages, also telephone con- 
nection. Good timber abounds here, in 
great variety. John A. Combs, postmaster. 
^Uison Frank, fruit grower. 
Carll A M, justice of the peace. 
Coml>s Jfol&ii A, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
*Ellis Charles, fruit grower. 
Emery Bros, stock raisers. 
Emery Herbert, stock raiser. 
Farley Bros, stock raisers. 
Fiinn James, stock raiser and fruit grower. 
Rhodes J B, fruit grower. 
Robinson, Meyers & Co, stock raisers and 

fruit growers. 
Stone Ed, constable. 



1>ESEREX. Formerly called New 
Chicago, is located in Fresno county, 15 
.miles south of Fresno, the county seat. It 
is merely a farming settlement, with weekly 
mail from Fresno, the nearest tel. , exp. and 
banking point. 
Crawford John, blacksmith. 



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]>IAMO]Vl> SritirvO. An old 

mining camp, established in 1849, in El Do- 
rado county, on the Sacramento and Placer- 
ville railroad, 3 miles southwest of Placer- 
ville, the county seat. Shipments, fruit, 
wine and quartz. There are a number of 
quartz mines being worked here and paying 
well. The Park Canal & M. Co.'s ditch 
passes through here, furnishing ample water 
for irrigation and mining. Population, 150. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, 
daily. J. F. D. Ilsohn, postmaster. 
Bohling H, fruit grower. 
Brown J A, justice of the peace, 
Bryant Joseph & Co, saw mill and mine 
proprs. 

Carpenter C G, fruit grower. 
•Chapman Joseph, constable. 
Coleman N J, propr Agnes mine. 
Corbett, Bert, agent W U Tel Co. 
Dewey C P, fruit grower. 
DickerhofF & Goyne, proprs Superior mine. 
Dunlop & Coombes, fruit growers. 
El Dorado Fruit Co, fruit growers. 
Giamboni C, wine mnfr. 
Harris Thomas, general store. 
Hickey H, fruit grower. 
Ilsohn Miss Barbara, music teacher. 
^Ilsoltn £mil. Varieties, News 

and Asst Postmaster. 
Ilsohn jr F I>, Hotel, Winery, General 

Store and Postmaster. 
Inwood I, wine mnfr. 
Kirtlan Thomas, blacksmith. 
Koch Mrs Margaret, hotel and winery. 
Kramp & Bro, wine mnfrs. 
Lark in H, wine mnfr. 
Lee E T, general store, agent S P Co. 
Miller Moses, blacksmith. 
Miller P L, hotel and winery. 
Morrison & Gait, proprs Diamond Spring Mine 
Owens David, carpenter. 
Roberts J H, propr Calumet mine. 
Schneider John, grocer. 
Stone & Burdick, proprs Equator mine. 
Welch & Smith, fruit growers. 



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I>IWUIJA. The business location of 
the Alta Irrigation District, an enterprise 
that will supply a very large area of very 
productive land. It is on the S. P. B. R., 
in Tulare county, about 20 miles north of 
Visalia, the county seat and banking point. 
It has Baptist and Methodist churches, and 
a $10,000 new brick public school-house, the 
finest in the county. Raisins, wheat and 
live stock are exported. Population, 150. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, 
daily. ' Mrs. Hattie S. Toler, postmaster. 
Alta Irrigation Co, E E Giddings, P Y 

Baker, J E Toler, T L Reed directors. 

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Asher I, barber. 

Barr P, fruit grower. 

Calloway Wm, meat market. 

Cohn & Co, general store. 

Cohn & Seamands, saloon. 

Dickey D, general store'. 

Elam "W H, blacksmith. 

Ellis & Arnold, brick mnfrs. 

Eppinger & Co, grain dealers. 

Giddings E E, fruit grower. 

Giddings & McDonald, blacksmiths. 

Hall Homer, real estate. 

Hill Thomas, restaurant. 

Kirkpatrick J, hotel. 

McCracken Bros, carpenters. 

Satterfield Rev (Baptist). 

Shear E A, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co, 

and S P Co. 
Shelton Rev (Methodist). 
*Sibley James, fruit grower. 
Xoler Mrs Mattie S, MiUinery, 

Stationery and Postmaster. 
Toler J E, livery. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, E A Shear 

Agent. 
Wheeler Joseph, saloon. 
Wright D L, livery. 



I>IXON. A town on the S. P, R. R., 

in Solano county, 20 miles northeast of Fair- 
field, the county seat. It was first settled 
in- 1868, incorporated as a town in 1877, and 
now contains Baptist, Methodist, Presby- 
terian, Catholic and Lutheran churches, 2 
public schools, with 5 teachers and 250 schol- 
ars; a bank, capital $231,000, a flour mill, 
and a weekly newspaper, the Tribune, issued 
Saturday. The town has also an opera 
house, seating 600, gas works, a volunteer 
fire department, and many line buildings 
and residences. Shipments, grain, fruit and 
grapes. Tri- weekly mail stage, to Bing- 
hamton and Maine Prairie, fare 50 cents and 
$1. Population, 1,000. Assessed value of 
property, $340,815. No bonded indel»ted- 
ness. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. Mail, daily. Eli J McBride, post- 
master. 

Agee & Son (C C and C F) fruit growers. 
Alexander Dr W A, fruit grower. 
Amos Wm H, saloon. 
Apperson Carrie, teacher. 
Apperson James E, cabinetmaker. 
Bank of Dixon (capital $231,000) Stephen 

G Little pres, John H Rice cashier. 
Barnes Thomas B, constable. 
Behrens Louise K, teacher. 
Bischofif Charles, saloon. 

Bishop & Bacher (Charles Bishop, Albert 

Bacher) saloon. 
Bradshaw Marcus, prnnr City ^of"'. 

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Braydeu Joshua, livery. 

Brinckerhoff & Putman (Stephen Brincker- 

hoff, Ike Putman) saloon. 
Brown Fannie, teacher. 
Cadman George, windmills. 
Carpenter Milton, blacksmith. 
Carr Peter, bill poster. 
Casey John, blacksmith. 
City Hotel, M Bradshaw, propr. 
Cohen Alexander, barber, 
Coiiiiinei*cia.l lBt«§»iii*a<iice Co of 

Ca<l, J W Cotten, Agent. 
Conner G S, prin public schools. 
Cotten James W, real estate and ins agent. 
Cotten Mrs James W, milliner. 
Currey M S, grape grower. 
Currey R J, grape grower. 
Dixon Driving Park Assn, Ed E Leake pres, 

J R Rochford sec. 
Dixon Electric Light and Motor Co, A A 

Osborn mngr. 
Dixon Gas Works, W R Ferguson propr. • 
Dixon Opera Hall, M Wyatt agent. 
Dixon Tribune, E E Leake propr. 
Dugan John, dry goods. 
Duncan Miss Amanda A, dressmaker. 
Duprey Augustus F, carpenter 
Fames Nathan, justice and town recorder. 
Empire House, G Haas propr. 
Epping-ei* & Co (Herman and Jacob 

Eppmger, Bernhard Ettinger) Grain and 

Wool. 

£ppiii^er, Fox & Co (Herman and 
Jacob Eppinger, Otto Fox, Bernhard Et- 
tinger) general store. 

Evans Dr George H, grape grower. 

Evans John, veterinary surgeon. 

Ferguson W R, nursery. 

Ferguson W R (Wm R Ferguson, John F 
Cowden) hardware. 

Foster Bros (A T and Wm Everett) nursery. 

Frahm George, saloon. 

Francesconi Giuseppe, grocer. * 

Oedg-e JTolinL, Carnage and Sign Painter. 

Giesecke August, shoemaker. 

Goodman S & Co (Seligman Goodman, Louis 
Gottheimer) general store. 

Grady J D, agent S P Co, W U Tel Co and 
W F & Co. 

Grangers' Business Assn, J M Dudley pres, 
George Ulstin sec, warehouse. 



Grove & Norman (James H Grove, T W Nor- 
man) barbers. 

Haas C eorge, propr Empire House. 

Harlan Paul C, lawyer. 

Harris R S, grape grower. 

Heine nan Jacob, varieties. 

Henry Charles E, carpenter. 

Hnlen Andrew J, wood and coal. 

Hutton Fred A, agt West Valley Lumber Co. 

Ilgner Mrs Wm, dressmaker. 

Ilgner Wm F, grocer. 

Jansen Gilmore, wood and coal. 

Jordan Rev W T (Baptist). 

Kirby Abraham, druggist. 

KirscU Joltn I*, Saddler, Harness- 
maker and Carriage Trimmer. 

Lallv Rev J A (Catholic). 

Leake Ed E, propr Dixon Tribune. 

Little Stephen G, pi'es Bank of Dixon. 

Lukes Joe, flour mills. 

Lunney Cornelius, saloon. 

McBride Eli J, drugs, jewelry and postmaster. 

McCune J H, grape grower. 

McCune & Garnett (H E McCune, J S Gar- 
nett) wool growers. 

McDermott John, blacksmith. 

McMahan Mrs L E, olive grower. 

McRae Rev D A, (Presbyterian). 

Manning Albert, justice and town clerk.j 

Miller Abram H, dry goods. 

Misfeldt Jacob H F, saloon. 

Moller Henry Jr, saloon. 

Moore Amos J, veterinary surgeon. 

Mowder S T, town treasurer. 

Newby Benjamin F, constable. 

Newman John A, junk. 

Osborn A A, mngr Dixon Electric L & M Co 

Peters Henry, wool grower. 

Pier Julius, tailor. 

Pritchard Julian P, carpenter. 

Purcell Mary, teacher. 

Reichert Frank E, harnessmaker. 

Rhem Wm C, town marshal. 

Rice J H, town trustee, 

Rochford J ames R, meat market. 

Rockwell Bertha M, teacher. 

Ross Edna A, artist. 

Rott Edward H, wood and coal. 

Schneider Jacob, bakery. 

Schomer & Oberholzer (Hans Schomer, Al- 
bert Oberholzer) brewery. 

Shaw Samuel F, shoemaker. 

Snyder Kate, music teacher. 

Stenge Morris, tailor. 

Stephens R E L, grape grower. 

Stone Mattie 0, milliner. 

Story & Leake (A R Story, -E E Leake) real 
estate. 

Stuart D S, fruit grower. 

Sunset Telephone-Tel Co, J Heineman, agt. 

Thomas Louella, music teacher. 



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Thompson J A C, town trustee. 

Timm H & Son (Hans and Henry) meat 

market. 
Trafton Augustus, physician. 
Upham Frank F, dentist. 
Vansant Wm. grocer and bakery. 
Well^, Fargo & Co, J D Grady Agt. 
Wells Dr "VV H, grape grower. 
West Thomas B, carpenter. 
"IVest Valley I climber" Co, Head 

Office at Vallejo Junction, Fred A Hutton 

Agent. 

Western Union Tel Co, J D Grady agent. 

Willi ims Lewis, live stock dealer. 

Wright Wm C, prop Maine Prairie and 

Dixon Stage Line. 
Wyatt Marcus 0, dentist. 

I>OBBI3rS. A postoffice in Yuba 
county, 30 miles northeast of Marysville, the 
county seat, banking and shipping point, to 
which there is tri- weekly mail stages. Near- 
est exp. and tel. office, Camptonville. Prin- 
cipal products, hay and fruit. 
McGee & Williams, mine proprs. 
Marrian Joseph, hotel. 
Marrian & Camper, quartz mill. 
Roch Charles, blacksmith. 
Seward A, justice of the peace. 
*Slingsby Wm, postmaster. 
Sling'^^by & Oetteiis, General Store. 



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Butte county. See Ma- 



©OMIXOUEZ. A station on the S. P. 
E. R., in Los Angeles county, 2 miles south 
of Compton, the nearest postoffice. 



I>OXAHUE I.A:M>I3iO. On San 

Pablo bay, in Sonoma county, 1^ miles from 
Lakeville, its postoffice. Exp., bank and 
tel. at Petaluma. 



I>03fI\ER. The postoffice at Summit, 
a station on the S. P. R. R., in Placer 
county, 69 miles northeast of Auburn, the 
county seat, and 195 northeast of San Fran- 
cisco. Exp., W. F. & Co. Bank and tel. 
at Truckee, 14 miles east. 
Goulden Joseph, hotel. 



I>ORRIS BRII>OE. Modoc county. 

See Alturas. 



l>OUGHERXY'S STATION?. A 

postoffice in Alameda county, 10 miles east 
of Hay wards, the tel., banking and shipping 
point, and 31 east of Oakland, the county 
seat. Local name, Dublin. Population, 
250. Tri-weekly mail stage to Haywards. 



It has a Catholic church, and ships fruit, 
hay, grain and live stock. Telephone ser- 
vice. 

Darby shire L K, wheelwright. 

Frazer A D, teacher. 

*Green E F, general store. 

Oreen JT, Stock Raiser, Real Estate and 

Postmaster. 
Hansen H, hotel and livery. 
Marsh A, hotel and livery. 
Powers Rev P (Catholic). 
Schiebe John, carpenter. 
WeUs T D, blacksmith. 



DOUCJEAS CITY. On Trinity river, 
in Trinity county, 7 miles south of Weaver- 
villo, the county seat, and 47 west of Red- 
ding, the nearest railroad station. It is a 
post-office for a farming community. Semi- 
weekly mail stage to Weaverville, the near- 
est bank and exp. location. A. H. Marshall, 
postmaster. 

Mason & Thayer, general store. 
*Thayer S 1. 



©OUGEAS FEAT. The location 
of several mines in Calaveras county, 18 
miles south-east of San Andreas, the county 
seat, and 30 east of Milton, the nearest 
shipping point. It was founded in 1849, 
contains a Congregational church, and 200 
inhabitants. Nearest bank at Stockton. 
Exp. and tel. at Murphy's, 2 miles north, to 
which stages run twice daily; also to Milton. 
Mail, daily. S. A. Perry, postmaster. 
Goodsell Rev D (Congregational). 
Molispina James, saloon. 
Norfolk G M Co. 
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Perry S A & Son, General Store. 
Tatton C, justice of the peace. 
Velente Frank, saloon. 



I>OVE. A recently established post- 
office in San Luis Obispo county, on the 
coast division S. P. R. R., 15 miles north of 
San Luis Obispo, the county seat. Popula- 
tion, 50. Principal shipments, hay, grain 
and fruit. Tenipleton, 7 miles northeast, 
is the nearest exp., tel. and banking point. 
Asmus I'heo, fruit grower. 
Garcia Guadaloupe G, saddler. 
Nunez Frank, stock raiser. 
Roberts John, fruit grower. 
Sheerin Daniel, stock raiser. 
Slieerin Tltomaw J", Hotel, Stock 

Raiser and Postmaster. 
Sherwood James, carpenter. 
Slankard John, wool grower. 
Von Schroder B, fruit grower. 



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Galveston, Texas. 



228 Downey 



CALIFORNIA GAZETTEER 



Downieville 



i W.&J.SLOANE&CO. 

^ HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, STEAMBOATS, ETC., 

"Jj FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH 

^ CARPETS, FmTUHE AND UPHOLSTERY. 

§ 641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

^ SAN FRANCISCO. 

8 DOWNEY. A thriving town on the 
§ Los Angeles and Santa Ana branch of the 
^ S. P. R. R., in Los Angeles county, 12 miles 
00 south-east of Los Angeles, the county seat, 

^ and 495 south-east of San Francisco. The 
© town is pleasantly situated midway be- 
tween Old San Grabriel and New San 

" Gabriel rivers, and contains Methodist, 
c3 Presbyterian, Baptist, Campbellite and 
© Band of Holiness churches; a good school 
g with 3 teachers, and an attendance of 200; 

O a bank, lodges of Masons, Odd Fellows, and 
VI A. 0. U. W., and a population of 1,000. 
O The surrounding country produces walnuts, 

O oranges, grapes, apples, corn and hay. Tele- 

<^ phone to all principal places in the county. 

Tel.,W. U. Exp., W. F. &Co. Mail, daily. 
^ V. R. J. Chapman, postmaster. 

§ Banks J K, agent W F & Co, S P Co, and 

1 W U Tel Co. 

^ Bellsher & Co, painters. 
^ Blythe Oscar, grocer. 
5© Brown Thomas, carpet weaver. 
^ Brown Wm A, physician, 
pq Browning Rev VV J, Presbyterian. 
fciD Bryan Alvin C, dentist. 
.2 Butler Rev G E, (Holiness). 

Candler Mrs J, teacher. 
® Carter W T, groceries, boots and shoes. 
® Central Hotel, Sylvester C. Ruddock propr. 
ft Cliapina.n V R J, Confectionery, Sta- 
5 tionery and Postmaster. 
^ Clay Rev J (Baptist), 
r Click George W, saloon. 
Z Cohn L, baker. 
9 Curtis Rev T R (Methodist). 
^ Darlington C A, carpenter. 
^ Dickinson Wm, hardware. 
^ Downey Vintage Co, wine mnfrs. 
^ Frankel Marcus E, general store. 
J French W B, teacher. % 
3 Gage H T, lawyer. 

X Gray H R, painter and justice of the peace. 
— Gray & Martin (A S Gray, Frank Martin) 
. hardware. 

Green Rev J D (Baptist). 
Griffith J M Lumber Co, lumber. 
Harris Rans B, hardware. 
Huff & Co (Mrs Sue Huff, Jacob Ullary) 

milliners. 
Jenison John E, stock raiser. 



Associa- 
A Scott 



Jenison & Greening (John E Jenison, Earl 

G. Greening) general store. 
Jones Leander, carpenter. 
Kendrick Rev C (Campbellite). 
■Kendrick Julian, physician. 
Kendrick W T, lawyer. 
Kohn S, meat market. 
Lacy & Thomas, carpenters. 
Los Angeles County Agricultnral 

tion, C A Coffman pres, Henry 

sec. 

Los Nietos Valley Bank (capital $25,000) 
Cyrus Maholin pres, Henry A Scott cashier. 
McFarlaud J M, physician. 
McKellar J ames W, furniture and undertaker. 
McKellar Miss M J, teacher. 
McNoah John, saloon. 
Manning Thomas R, general store. 
M cores \Vm, orange grower. 
Mulrein Joseph J, harnessmaker. 
Nagle J J, carpenter. 
Pallett & Co, meat market. 
Pemberton James N, civil engineer. 
Quill James, grape grower. 
Renfro T F, druggist. 
Risk David, furniture. 

Rives & Kendrick (.James C Rives, Daniel 
P Kendrick) real estate. 

Rowley Q J, physician. 

Ruddock S C, propr Central Hotel. 

Scott Henry A, insurance agent. 

Scribner Ed F, jeweler. 

Shanker B W, wagonmaker. 

Skidmore Edward U, livery and agent Sun- 
set Telephone Co. 

Squire Wm, constable. 

Smart David P, saloon. 

Smart & Gray, insurance. 

Smith, Darby & Co, general store. 

Smith Joseph, insurance. 

Smith & Belshey (Wm B Smith, Oliver P 
Belshey) painters. 

*Steel Wesley H, general store. 

Stewart, Blythe & Co (David and Jam 
Stewart) real estate. 

Stewart James, nursery. 

Strine J H, teacher. 

Townsley John, wagonmaker. 

Venable J W, grape grower. 

Weierbach Wm M, shoemaker. 

Weis Frederick B, wine mnfr. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, J K Banks A 

Western Union Tel Co, J K Banks agent 

White Mrs A E, restaurant. 

Zahrt Louis N, barber. 

Zinn John, poultry breeder. 



I>OW]\IEVII.l^E. ' The county seat 
of Sierra county, is situated in a deep canon, 
at'an altitude of 3,000 feet, and is surrounded 
by mountains, some 2,000 feet high. It is 



LAWH MOWERS, lilWII SPRIIIKLEIIS, 



Pacific Manufacturing Co, 
575 Mission St., San Francisco 



HARTFORD 



FIRE INS. GO. 

OR0ANIZED 1794. 

Assets^ $8,142,434.49. 



BELDEN & COFRAN, 

Managers Pacific Dept. 
313 California St., San Francisco. 



Downieville 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Dry town 229 



on the north fork of the Yuba river, and 
was first settled in 1849, being named after 
Major Wm. Downie. Is distant from Marys- 
ville 70 miles and Nevada City 50. The 
town has Methodist and Catholic churches, 
good schools, a foundry and machine shop, 2 
saw-mills, a bank, a newspaper, the Moimt- 
ain Me-ssenge7', lodges of the promment se- 
cret societies, and a good water supply fur- 
nished by five miles of flumes and ditches. 
Population, 700. There is stage communica- 
tion with Marysville, Nevada City, Sierra 
City, Truckee, and intermediate towns. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. A. B. Smith, postmaster. 
Aikin Mrs B, milliner. 
Anderson Frank, lawyer and justice. 
Berry J E, county clerk, recorder and 

auditor. 
Blohm J A, saloon. 
Bosch F, brewer. 
Brown J W, hardware. 
Buzenet Louis, saloon. 
Callison Thomas, painter. 
Capitol Hotel, Mrs C Lawrence propr. 
Carroll Martin, county treasurer. 
Case E L, county supt schools. 
Claire Rev J J (Catholic). 
Cohn A & Co, dry goods. 
Costa Bros, meat market. 
Cover G- W, apiarist. 
Crigiion A, saloon. 
Darling Rev C H (Methodist). 
Davidson S B, lawyer. 
Douglass George, dentist. 
Downieville Stage Co, W G-reen mngr. 
Eckhardt C, shoemaker. 
Empire G M Co. 
Evans L W, barber. 
Ford T L, district attorney. 
Gardner P R, propr St Charles Hotel. 
Germania G M Co. 
Gold Bluff GM Co. 
Gold Valley G M Co. 
Good Hope G M Co. 
Hainer J W, carpenter. 
Hart Amos, carpenter. 
Hartling V, shoemaker. 
Jump Alemby, physician. 
Kayser F W, saloon. 
Kewen Mrs J, restaurant. 
King & Co, blacksmiths. 
Latreille B, clothing. 
Lawrence Mrs G, propr Capitol Hotel. 
Ivuther W T, county assessor and ins agent. 
McGuire A J, carpenter. 
McNaughton D, saloon. 
Martin G C, painter. 
Mason John, constable. 
Meany N H, saloon. 
Meroux Bro^', grocers. 



Meyer & Costa, meat market. 

Morse Robert W, grocer. 

Mountain Messenger, Vaughn & Downer 
publrs. 

Myer John, livery. 

Nessler L, brewery. 

Noland W D, blacksmith. 

Orear J W, Books, Stationery, Varie- 
ties, Agent W F & Co and W U Tel Co. 

Oxford G M Co. 

Parker H P, county coroner. 

Pauly B, saw mill. 

Purdy H H, jewelry. 

St Charles Hotel, P R Gardner propr. 

Scamman H, banker. 

Shaughnessy Sullivan, saw mill. 

^Smitli A B, Insurance Agent and P M. 

Smith S A, lawyer. 

Smith V P, druggist. 

Smith & Ford, lawyers. 

Soward F D, superior judge. 

Spaulding Mowry & Co, general store. 

Stackus T M, cabinetmaker. 

Stewart J H, saloon. 

Stewart S C, sheriff. 

Taylor & Forbes, foundry. 

Tym Miss Lizzie, dressmaker. 

Vanclief & Wehe, lawyers. • 

Vaughn & Downer, publrs Mountain Mes- 
senger. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, J W Orear Agt. 
Western Union Tel Co, J W Orear agent. 
Wide Awake G M Co. 
Wiggins J S, saloon. 



I>OW'S PItAIRIK. A wayside 
postoffice on the coast, in Humboldt county, 
20 miles north of Eureka, the county seat, 
and 8 north of Areata, the nearest shipping, 
tel., exp. and banking point. Grain and 
fruit are raised. Mail, daily. 
*McGhan R P, postmaster. 



]>RY CAIfll*. A station on the S. 
P. R. R., in San Diego county, 34 miles R 
southeast of Banning. n 

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1>RY CRKKM. Yuba county. .S^r > 
Oregon House. m 



1>R YXOWI\. A settlement tirst ma.le 
in 1848 on Dry creek, Amador county. It 
is 10 miles northwest of Jackson, the county 
seat, and 12 southeast of Latrobc, its ship- 
ping point. It has a union church building, 
350 inhabitants, aiul a public 8clu)ol. I'rod- 
ucts, grain and fruit. Sonic <|uart/ mines 
are in the vicinity, and power is obtained 
from Dry creek. Exp., W. F. k Co. Tel., 
W. U. Banking facilities at Sacramento. 
Mail, daily. W. .Jenninca, T>oatniaater. 



EUROPEAN 

(Establlsbed 1869.) 



PASSAGE, EXCHANGE, AND COLLECTION OFFICE. 

Inheritances, Moneys, and Claims of all kinds, collected in any part of Kuropo. 
A. W. MYER, 401 California Street, San Francisco. 



JAMES B. GAPP 



SIOTJSES TO REISTT- 

Rooms 18 and 19, Bank of San Joge Bnlldlngy 



230 Drytown 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

MANTELS, CRATES, TILES, 

Fire Place Furniture, Decorative Goods, Brass and 
Bronze, Wrought Steel Hotel Ranges, 
Complete Outfit for Kitchens. 

309, 311, 313, 315, 317 Market St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Catto & Giannini, livery stable. 

Church M B, justice and insurance agent. 

Creglow H, wagonmaker. 

Dennis A J, fruit grower. 

Duncan Rev P S (Union). 

Garibaldi & Co, stock raisers. 

Giannini F, meat market. 

Giannini John, stock raiser. 

Gilbraith A 'M, physician. 

^Jenning-s Oeorg-e C, Mngr for 

Wm Jennings. 
Jennings William, General Store, 

Farm Implements, Agent W F & Co, 

W U Tel Co, and Postmaster. 
Lemoin F B, blacksmith. 
McClure E A, contractor. 
Mc Wayne A L, fijuit grower. 
Mc Wayne & Co, general store. 
Macklin T E, grape grower. 
Malson A, stock raiser. 
Moyle S, hotel. 

Randolph M C, insurance agent and saloon. 
Reed C B, constable. 
Runyon D B, nursery. 
Thomas Joseph, grape grower. 
Voorhies & Barney, stock raisers. 
Walker D W, barber. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, Wm Jennings 
Agent. 



I> U A R T E . A station on the 
S. C. R. R., in Los Angeles c<'unty, 
20 miles northeast of Los Angeles, the 
county seat, and 2 east of Monrovia, the 
nearest bank location. The village contains 
a Methodist Church South, and including 
vicinity, 600 inhabitants. Ships oranges, 
lemons, walnuts, and all kinds « f fruit. 
Exp.,W. F. & Co. Tel ,W. U. Mail, daily. 
Beardsley Wm, blacksmith. 
Beatty A J, Postmaster. 
Bliss W W, apiarist. 
Brougham W H, hotel. 
Chappeler Wm, florist. 

Charters J W, carriage builder and painter. 
Crane Mrs, boarding house. 
Davisson Benjamin, constable. 
Ferris C E, hotel. 
Gunnan John, apiarist. 

Hazeldiue H S, agent S C R R, W F & Co, 
and W U Tel Co. 



Leathe G W^, real estate. 

rayne W H A: Co, General Store, 

Agents Sunset Tel Co. 
Pirtle J M, physician and druggist. 
Sheppard J C, livery. 
Shrode D S, blacksmith. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, H S Hazeldine 

Agent. 
Wilson R H, florist. 



I>ljBI^irV. Alameda county. See 

Dougherty's Station. 



I>¥Jl>I.iEY. A postoffice in the south- 
west corner of Tulare county, 33 miles south 
of Huron, Fresno county, the exp., tel. and 
shipping point. Hanford is the nearest 
banking point. Principal products, grain. 
Cunningham F, teacher. 
Dagany F P, wool grower. 
Ferrell Mrs Lizzie, dressmaker. 
""Huglies I> F, Real Estate and Hotel. 
Hughes ]?Irs Jnlia S, Stationery 

and Postmaster. 
Lindner J S, carpenter. 
Lucier Luis, grocer. 
Lucier & Mortel, blacksmiths. 
Merrill C S, wool grower. 
Parker C, blacksmith. 
Pulliam T J, poultry breeder. 
Vieira Antonio J, wool grower. 



I>I;0A:\. a station on the S. and P. 

R. R., in El Dorado county, 21 miles west of 
Folsom, and 5 from Shingle Springs, the 
nearest postoflfice. 

I>UI.iZUItA. A postoffice in San Di- 
ego countj^, 28 miles east of San Diego, the 
county seat. It has 100 inhabitants, princi- 
pally engaged as stock raisers and apiarists. 
It is on the tri-weekly mail stage route be- 
tween San Diego and Campo. H. Hagen- 
buck, postmaster. 
Bratton J R, stock raiser. 
Clark F J, fruit grower. 
Donohoe S A, apiarist. 
Dunham Isaac, fruit grower. 
Hagenhuck H, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Harvey L, stock raiser. 
Marron Juan, dairy. 
Marsh Charles, taxidermist. 
Murray Mrs Jennie, teacher. 
North Harvey, apiarist. 
North J D, grape grower. 
Rennie Gilbert, stock raiser*. 
Robbins J R, sewing machine agent. 
Sheckler B R, apiarist. 
Small Rose, teacher. 

Young B F, teacher. 



S. F. WEEKLY CHRONICLE ^c'g Aol^^f. 



"STENOGRAPH" SHORTHAND MACHINE. 

G. a WICKSON & CO., 3-5 Front St., S. F., and 346 N. Main St., Los Angeles. 



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I>I;]^CA:\'S ]?IM.I.S. a station and 
summer resort of some note on the N. P. C, 
R. R., and on Russian River, in Sonoma 
county, 28 miles west of Santa Rosa, the 
county seat, and 79 northwest of San Fran- 
cisco. Tomales, the banking point, 25 miles 
southeast. It has a water power saw-mill, 
and ships lumber and dairy products. Popu- 
lation, 175. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 
Co. Mail, daily. 

De Frees W R, propr Grand Hotel. 
Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Co, J M 

Dollar pres, saw mill and general store. 
Field Charles E, agent W F & Co, N P C 

R R, and W U Tel Co. 
Knowles David C, dairy. 
Mayer August, cheesemaker. 
Moore Thomas, blacksmith and livery. 
Orr J ohn, saloon. 
Pyatt Mrs Jean, postmaster. 
Rule Bros (Charles and W .J) dairy. 
Sartori I & Co (Ignacio and Victor Sarfcori) 

dairy. 

Shaw George P, general store. 
Sloan Charles F, Stationery, Fruits, 
Notions and Barber. 



I>tJ]\I>EE. A recently established 
postoffice in Los Angeles county, 7 miles 
southeast of San Fernando, the nearest exp. 
and tel. office. Los Angeles is the nearest 
banking point. Mail, daily. 



I>Ur¥tiA!P. In Fresno county, 41 miles 
east of Fresno City, the county seat and bank- 
ing peint, tel., exp. and shipping station. 
It has a population of 200, shipping lime, 
gold, stock and hay. It has a United Breth- 
ren church. Semi-weekly mail stages, to 
Squaw Valley and Kings River; fares $1.50 
and ^2.50. 

Bander Rev T J (United Brethren). 
I>ick Mrs E S, Postmaster. 
Turner J H, blacksmith. 
White James T, general store. 



I>1;:\3iIOA:\. a station on the S. P. 
R. R., in Yolo county, 18 miles northwest of 
WoodJand, the county seat and banking 
point. Grain is the principal product. It 
is on the lines of Bell Telephone Co. Popu- 
lation, 225. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Man, daily. Henry W. Lau- 
genour, postmaster. 

Barker Samuel 0, propr Barker's Hotel. 

Barton R, painter. 

Buckley Robert T, saloon. 

Chamberlin & Co, warehouse. 

Decker J X, capitalist. 

Emmert M T, capitalist. 

Fish C 0, carpenter. 

Fish E, capitalist. 

Higham .J, blacksmith. 

HofiFman Lee J, restaurant. 

Hoffman & Copp (Lee J Hoffman, Wm H H 

Copp) meat market. 
*I.aiig:eiioiir II W, Agent P P Tel 

Cable Co, and Postmaster, 
I^aagenoni* H W & Co, General 

Store, 

Levy David, general store and agent Sunset 
Tel T Co 

Xason Daniel R, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co and S P Co. 
Nortz J F, saloon. 
Peart J J, carpenter. 
Satterlee H A, carpenter. 
Woodward Daniel, saloon. 



I>i;3iS:fIUIR. Formerly known as 
Mannon. is located on the Sacramento river, 
and on the S. P, R, R., in Siskiyou county, 
60 miles southeast of Yreka, the county 
seat, and 4 south of Mott, the nearest bank- 
ing point. This is the location of the 
S, P. R, R. shops and round-house, and the 
place contains Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, and a public school of 60 pupils. 
The famous Upper Soda Springs, having a 
strong and agreeable mineral water, are near 
this place, where the hotel of the same 



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SITUATED IN SISKIYOU COUNTY. 



THE TOURIST RESORT OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. 



Fine Hunting and Fishing. Conveyance furnished to and from McCloud River, the 
Finest Fishing Stream in the State. A Pleasant Drive 
Through Magnificent Scenery. 



OEOJE^G^E McOLOUr>, Proprietor. 

aar* Telephone Connecting with the Postal Tele^Taph at Dunsmiiir,"^ 



PARK NURSERY GO. 



{The Lcadlnir Nnrscry and firocnhonsoH oi 
Southern <'alirornia. Send Tor ( :ilalv> nr. 
Address, Byron O. Clark* Mana^rr, Ho\ " >0 
(See adv. opp. Nurseries,) PASADENA, AL. 



WATER AND IRRIGATING PIPE 

OF IRON AND STEEI*. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



CALIFORNIA. 



232 Dunsmuir 



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THE FHNS FUND IHUO, 

Is as Good as Any in the 

name is located, a good sumirter resort, with 
first-class accommodations. Population, 300. 
Stage, tri- weekly from the above hotel to 
McCloud river, 18 miles, fare $2.50. Mail, 
daily. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Levi Van Fossen, postmaster. 
Anderson A M & Co, saw mill. 
Arlington Hotel, S H Smith propr. 
Bar A, general store. 

Bilicke A C & Co (Albert C Bilicke) 
Proprs Mt Shasta Hotel. 

Boylan Luke, dry goods. 

Branstetter Wm J, general store. 

Brown A F, agent S P Co, W F & Co, and 
W U Tel Co. 

Ca.mp iflcCloiidl Hotel (18 miles 
east) McCloud & Hall Proprs. {See p. 231. ) 

Clark Andrew J, Carpenter, Con- 
tractor and Builder, and Undertaker. 

Creque F F, sec Dunsmuir Library Assn. 

Delano James, meat market. 

Donahue J J, saloon. 

Dunsmuir Hall, M McGrath propr. 

Dunsmuir Library Assn, F F Creque sec. 

Faulkner Thomas, barber. 

French Charles H, grocer and restaurant. 

George A F, Supt «hasta Div S P Co. 

Gongwer Samuel, saloon. 

Howland H W, constable, 

Kenage Levi, carpenter. 

Kriener W B, blacksmith. 

Littlefield Mrs Emma, dressmaker and mil- 
liner. 

m^cCloud Oeorg-e, Propr Upper Soda 
Springs Hotel, ^ mile above Dunsmuir. 
[Seep. 231.) 

McCloitd & Hall, Proprs Camp Mc- 
Cloud Hotel, 18 miles east. 

McGrath Michael, saloon and propr Duns- 
muir Hall. 

mt Sliastfi Hotel, A C Bilicke & Co 
Proprs. 

Pacific Postal Tel Cable Co, F B Van Fossen 
agent. 

Parent Charles E, physician. 
Scott J J & Co, saw mill. 
Shattuck W W, justice of the peace. 
Skillington Thomas, shoemaker. 
Smith Samuel H, pronr Arlington Hotel. 
Stillman H, master mechanic Shasta div 
S P Co. 



Teits worth Rev W P (Presbyterian). 
Upper Soda Spriii^)^ Hotel, G 

McCloud propr, ^ mile above Dunsmuir. 

{Seep. 2Zl.) 
U])per Soda Springs and McCloud Eiver 

Stage Line, George McCloud propr. 
Van Fossen Frank B, news agent. 
Van Fossen Levi, druggist and postmaster. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, A F Brown Agt. 
Wendell Charles, jeweler. 
Western Union Tel Co, A F Brown agent. 
White J N, grocer. 
Williams Harry F, barber. 

HURHAM. A postoffice and station 

on the S. P. R. R., G miles south of Chico, 

and 16 northwest of Oroville. It is a growing 

place, containing at present 225 inhabitants, 

a flour mill, and a good school, i^earest 

bank at Chico. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. 

& Co. Mail, daily. 

Conroy James, justice of the peace. 

Cook M M, physician. 

Criley A, blacksmith. 

Epperson Bros, hotel and druggist. 

Henderson, J S, carpenter. 

Jones & Harding, general store. 

Lynch Miss Mary, teacher. 

Marcli Charles A, Agent W F & Co, 
W U Tel Co, S P Co, and Ins Agent. 

Rucker Col, constable. 

Rvon & Franklin, carpenters. 

Scoggins D T, blacksmith. 

Skinner J H. hotel and postmaster. 

Taylor Wm M, flour and feed mill, and in- 
surance agent. 

Wells, F-argo & Co, Charles A 
March Agent. 



HUTCH FU.AT. A mining town 
settled in 1854, in Placer county, on the 
S. P. R. R., 30 miles northeast of Auburn, 
the county seat. It was for many years a 
thriving mining town. The present popula- 
tion is about 600. Churches, Catholic, 
Methodist and Congregational. Telephone 
with Alta, You Bet and Towles. Stages to 
You Bet and Neveda City tri- weekly, fares 
%\ and $2.50. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & 
Co, Mail, daily. N. M. Nutt, postmaster. 
Barrett Adams, justice of the peace. 
Colby George H, lawyer. 
Colgrove Levi R, livery. 
Davis i^braham, saloon. 
*Dufifey Ed. 
Dunn James F, saloon. 
Ferguson A, undertaker. 
Ferguson Aaron A constable. 
Hoos John F, shoemaker. 
Hudepohl Christian, blacksmith. 
Hudepohl Herman R, dry goods. 



PIANOS AND ORGANS 



Our Own Manufacture and Best Eastern, 
Makes. Moderate Prices. Easy Terms. 

THE J. DEWINd COHFANY, FLOOD BVILDIXG, SAN FKANCISCO. 



INSURE li 

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OLD" CALIFORNIA 



INSURANCE CO. 

of San Francisco. 



Dutch Flat 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



East Miverside 233 



Hudson & Levee (L Hudson, George H 

Levee) meat market. 
Jameson J W, barber. 
Johnston R T, photographer. 
Jones John T, druggist. 
Maker George S, grocer. 
Mallows Edward, hotel. 
Martin Noble, physician. 
Morse Benajah, saloon. 

Munro Robert, agent S P Co, and W U Tel 
Co. 

Munro & Co (Robert Munro, Louis Tetzlaff) 

general store. 
Nicholls W & P, bankers and agents W F 

& Co. 

IViitt N Stationery and Postmaster. 
Perry Albert E, watchmaker. 
Peters J G, carpenter. 
Roelke Miss Sophie E, teacher. 
Runckel J H, grocer. 
Schmidt George W, insurance agent. 
Sharon Wm A, hotel. 
Simmons Rev L W (Methodist). 
Smith Preston W, teacher, 
Squier D, shoemaker. 
Stockman Henry, tailor. 
Uren Edward C, surveyor. 
•Wells, Farg-o & Co, W & P Nicholls, 
Agents. 



I>UXXO]^'S I^ANMNO. Located 
at the head of Suisun bay, in Solano county, 
25 miles southeast of Fairfield, the county 
seat. The chief interest here is dairying, 
butter, cheese and live stock, being exten- 
sively shipped to San Francisco by river 
steamers. Population, 200, principally Swiss. 
Mail, daily. Warren Dutton, postmaster. 
Brighetta Julius, dairy. 
Bulotti Frank, dairy. 
Carli James D, dairy. 

^]>utton Warren, Land Owner and 

Postmaster. 
Guirardo Benjamin, dairy. 
Hale Edward, dairy. 
Martella & Bolenuti, dairy. 
Miller Martin V B, dairy." 
Moss Franklin, dairy. 
Parmeter John, dairy. 
Pometta & Bacirini, dairy. 
Reed C C, dairy. 
Sereni Paul, dairy. 
Smith Wm, dairy 
Soldata A, dairy. 
\\ iley James, dairy. 
Williams John, dairy 
Yolo & Co, dairy. 
Young & Pometta, dairy. , 



See Ono. 



Shasta county. 



EAOI^EVII^I^E. A small settlement 
in Modoc county, on the west bank of Low- 
er Lake, 40 miles southeast of Alturas, the 
county seat, 16 south of Cedarville, the near- 
est express office and bank. Hay, grain and 
stock are shipped. 
Abrams Joseph, blacksmith. 
Kistler Bros & Co, general store. 
Merry field H L, hotel. 
Spears J J, saloon. 

EAIj. a recently established postofiice 
in the southeastern part of Mendocino coun- 
ty, on the daily mail stage route, from 
Ukiah to Eureka, Humboldt county. 



EAREHAM. 

^ee EL Modena. 



EAST 1»ASA1>ENA. 

county. See Pasadena. 



Los Angeles 



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EAST R1VERSI]>E. A postoffice 
in San Bernardino county, on the Southern 
California Railroad, 3 miles south of Colton, 
and three northeast of Riverside. It is also 
on the Southern California Motor Road, run- 
ning from San Bernardino through Colton, to 
Riverside, making trips every two hours. 
The land in this vicinity is of the best qual- 
ity for fruits of all kinds, but oranges, lem- 
ons and raisin grapes are grown to the great- 
est extent. Fine land with water (1 inch to 
5 acres), can be bought for $250 to $350 \)qv 
acre. Improved land for from $400 to $1200 
per acre. It is the site of the electric light 
works, which supply San Bernardino, C-ol- 
ton and Riverside. The nearest express and 
banking points are Riverside and Colton. 
Mail, daily. J. T. Dart, acting asst post- 
master. 

Atwater & Craigbaum, nursery. 

Baker J W, fruit grower. 

Baldwin C, orange grower, poultry breeder. 

Bordwell D B, fruit grower. 

Bordwell H W, real estate. 

Bordwell M W, poultry breeder. 

Brown John, fruit grower. 

Butler A K, fruit grower. 

Carlisle Frank, fruit grower. 

Carr P] G, fruit grower. 

Carroll David, fruit grower. 

Clopperton James, fruit grower and poultry 

breeder. 
Collins J, fruit grower. 

*l>5i,rt. •■ '1% Grocer, Fruit Grower, Poul- 
try Breeder and Asst Postinastor. 
Dart L S, fruit grower and jtoultry breeder. 
Durfee Granf, teacher. 
Enfield Peter, fruit grower. 
Funk J T, raisin grower. 

of tlio HloxiCAn riiosiilinto uikI Siiliiliiir 4'o. 

Is certain to incrcaso the yi< 1<1 and inii)rt)vo quality 
of product while niakints' tlio land hottor each your. 
For sale by H . M . N K \V H A LL & C'( ). . A« i knts. 

309-311 iSamomo Street, Sau FnuicUco. 



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IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, San Francisco. 

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B. McDOUGALL & SON, 

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330 PINE ST., SAN" FRANCISCO. 

Haight A C, fruit grower, poultry breeder. 

Howe E C, fruit grower. 

Keeney J, nursery. 

Keller McK, fruit grower. 

Konken & Stanley, general store, 

McCullum J, fruit grower and nursery. 

McKnight F W, fruit grower. 

Martin J W, fruit grower. 

Mason ' ' B, fruit grower. 

Nickols G C, fruit grower. 

Parsons D D, fruit grower. 

Riddle George, fruit grower. 

Roach Selman, raisin grower. 

Roach Wm, fruit grower. 

San Bernardino Electric Light and Power Co 

Sharpe J J, fruit grower. 

Strong D S, fruit grower and poultry breeder. 

Twogood A J, fruit grower, poultry breeder. 

Twogood James, raisin grower. 

Wilson J M, fruit grower. 

Wright E W, raisin grower. 



EASTOIV. Or Washington colony, is 
situated in Fresno county, 5 miles south of 
Fresno city, the county seat, shipping, tel., 
exp. and banking point. It has Presbyterian, 
Swedish and Methodist churches, 250 in- 
habitants, a good graded public school, and 
ships fruit, raisins and wine. Daily mail 
stage to Fresno; fare 50 cts; also to Oleander 
and Fowler. George L, Johnson, postmaster. 
Alborg G, raisin grower. 
Almgreen A P, raisin grower. 
Beck with Miss Rose, teacher. 
Bissell R, raisin grower. 
Boyd G, raisin grower. 
Carlson A, raisin grower. 
Carlson C, raisin grower. 
Conlon W, raisin grower. 
Douglas F, raisin grower. 
Dickenson J E, raisin grower. 
Ellis J R, raisin grower. 
Erickson C A, raisin grower. 
Fisher J, raisin grower. 
Forbes A, raisin grower. 
Gillespie Miss Agnes, teacher. 
Gilson J H, raisin grower. 
Gordan Rev G W (United Presbyterian). 
Gregory J D, raisin grower, general store. 
Hansen J, raisin grower. 
Hansen T, raisin grower. 



Hender S J, blacksmith. 

Ireland M S, justice of the peace. 

•folinson Oeorge ti. Postmaster. 

Johnson J, raisin grower. 

Larson H, raisin grower. 

Larson P E, raisin grower. 

Lindrose M J, raisin grower. 

Lowray J T, raisin grower. 

McCaig & Patterson, blacksmiths. 

Madden J, raisin grower. 

Miller J A, raisin grower. 

Nelson C, painter. 

Nyinan F, hotel. 

Palmer Mrs, raisin grower. 

Rankin T, raisin grower. 

Rodgers Frederick E, painter. 

Root G, raisin grower. 

Rowell F, raisin grower. 

Rowell G B, raisin grower. 

Rowell & •Tolmson, General Store. 

*Silver M B, raisin grower. 

Skews R, raisin grower. 

Smullen Miss Annie, teacher. 

Snedden T, raisin grower. 

Sorensen H, raisin grower. 

Tyler E P, raisin grower. 

Withouse Gustav, constable. 



ECHO. A recently established post- 
office in El Dorado county, 46 miles east of 
Placerville, the county seat, which is the 
most available exp., tel. and shipping point. 
Mail, weekly. 



EI>I>Y'S t.ANI>ING. On the Sac- 
ramento river, in Colusa county. See Grand 
Island. 



i:i>EI¥ EA]\l>irV«. A landing on 
San Francisco bay, in Alameda county. See 
Mount Eden. 



C:i>OWOOI>. Also known as Butte- 
ville, is located on Shasta river, and tl^e 
S. P. R. R., in Siskiyou county, 28 miles 
southeast of Yreka, the county seat. Three 
saw-mills are operated 3, 5 and 6 miles from 
here. Population, 75. Shipments, live 
stock, grain, hay and lumber. Bank at 
Yreka. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily., Harry H. Unger, postmaster. 
Arenberg Herman F, blacksmith. 
Brown C, saloon. 
Cavanaugh Joseph, general store. 
Clark George J, agent S P Co, W F & Ca 

and W U Tel Co. 
Dobkins J, saw mill. 

Edgwood Hotel, 'H H Patterson 
Propr. 

Ehret Mrs C, restaurant. 

Ehret Christopher, meat market. 



C. L. DINGLEY & CO. 

29 Steuart street, San Francisco. 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 



PACIFIC BANK { 



Oldest chartered Commercial 
on the Pacific Coast. 
Capital and l^urplns, $1,750,000. 

R. H. MCDONALD, President. Frank V. McDonald, Cashier, 



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Patterson Harry H, Prop Edgwood 
Hotel. 

Unger Harry H, postmaster. 
Unger & Co (Harry H and Marcus Unger) 
general store. 

EI>NA. Also known as Maxwellton, is 
located in San Luis Obispo county, 6 miles 
south of San Luis Obispo, the county seat, 
banking, exp. , tel. and shipping point. Prin- 
cipal products, grain and bituminous rock. 
Mail by special supply. 
Cormack James, stone quarry. 
Engles Fred, saloon. 

Los Angeles Bituminous Rock Co, quarries. 
Maxwell I^infordL, Hotel and Post- 
master. 
Steele E W, dairy. 
Turner W, saloon. 



zelle. 



Siskiyou county. See Oa- 



EI^ CA JON. A postoffice and flour- 
ishing settlement in Sau Diego county, on 
the S. D. C. & E. Wy, 13 miles northeast of 
San Diego, the county seat, and nearest exp., 
tel. and banking point. 
Burgess E E, general store and warehouse. 
Chase Levi, raisin packer. 
Jacobs H, saloon. 
Knowles Ralph, saloon. 
Knox A L, general store and hotel. 
McFadden D B, blacksmith. 



El. CASCO. A station on the S. P. 
R. R., in San Bernardino county, 20 miles 
southeast of San Bernardino, the county 
seat and banking point. Principal business, 
dairying. Exp., at Beaumont, 9 miles south- 
east. Mail, daily. 

*Cool£ E E, Agent W U Tel Co and Post- 
master. 
Cox Silas, dairy. 
Prink J R, dairy. 
Johnson D M, dairy. 
Singleton Wm, dairy. 
Stephens Mrs M, teacher. 
Van de Vinter Byron, carpenter. 
Van de Vinter E M, dairy. 



EI^ ]>OR AI>0. In El Dorado countj% 
on the Sacramento and Placerville R. R., 5 
miles southwest of Placerville, the county 
seat and banking point. Mines are worked 
in the vicinity. It has one church edifice 
used by all denominations. Fruits, grain 
and hay are shipped. Population, 150. 
Exp-., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, 
daily. A Vaughan, postmaster. 
Askew J & Son, general store. 



Beem Mrs Alice, hotel. 
Berus Bernard, barber. 
Church G M Co, mine proprs. 
Clark E D, saloon. 

I>elaiiy 1j I>, Acting Postmaster. 
Drew L C, express agent. 
Duden C E, railroad and tel agent. 
Forni C, dairy, 

Loofbourron D T, general store. 
Morgan M Co, mine proprs. 
Roussin C T, saloon. 
Sackett G M, saloon. 
Schneider Henry, meat market. 
Starlight G M Co, mine proprs. 
Taylor J, blacksmith. 
Vaiighaii A, Postmaster. 
Yeadon Wm, saloon. 



EI. I>ORA]>0 COUI^TY. For de- 
scriptive sketch, refer to General Index. 



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EEECTRIC A postoffice in Los An- 
geles county, so named, because it is the 
terminus of the electric car line, on Pico 
heights, 1 mile west of Los Angeles, the 
county seat, banking, tel. and exp. point. 
It has Congregational, Methodist and Pres- 
byterian churches, fine public schools, a new 
Catholic convent, costing about §50,000, and 
is located on elevated ground commanding a 
wide, varied and beautiful pros})ect. Tele- 
phone, to Los Angeles. Population, 
Mail, daily. Thomas Gilbert, Jr., 
master. 

Armstrong M, druggist. 
Ballade P, propr Electric Garden?, 

blacksmith. 
Clark J D, carpenter. 
Condit Rev (Presbyterian). 
Convent of the Immaculate Heart. 
Deacon Bros, carpenters. 
Demick Rev A F. 
Dick John, real estate. 
Electric Store Vo (K J Gil 

Thomas Gilbert Jr) General Mercliandiso 

and Hay, Wood, Coal. 
Garner J P, landscape gardeniT. 
*Oill>ert 'FliomaN .Ir, Mngr Electric 

Store Co, Agent Sunset Telephone Co, and 

Postmaster. 
Henschill (Justave, shoemaker. 
Keith P R, hardware. 
Kelso Wm, painter. 
Kitts James R, shoemaker. 
Kuhn 0, tailor. 
Johnson J S, bakery. 
Lynch M A, deputy sheriff. 
Manning Wm, saloon. 

Martin W R, Pres Pico Heights Water (^o. 
Monroe Rev J D (Methodist). 
Morgan W A, dairy. 



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Paulins P, painter. 
Pellissier A, dairy. 

Pico Heights Water Co, W R Martin Pres. 

Pitts Albert, carpenter. 

Romer R L, apiarist. 

Schroder & Son, brick mnfrs. 

Shetko S, cigar mnfr. 

Simpson J H, dairy. 

Small Edward, dairy. 

Uzzell Rev C S. 

Vandenberg Frederick W, plumber. 
Wallace Rev W H (Congregational). 
Williams J T, carpenter. 
Zimmerman C H, cigar mnfr. 



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EI^IZABEXIII^AKi:. Apostoffice 
and settlement on a lake of the same name 
in Los Angeles county, 16 miles west of Lan- 
caster, the nearest shipping point, exp. and 
tel. offices. Principal products, hay, grain 
and live stock. Tri-weekly mail stages to 
Lancaster, via Maynard. Frank Frakes, 
postmaster. 

Celis John, stock raiser. 
Duhart John, stock raiser. 
Jb^rakes S & F", General Store. 
Frakes Samuel T, stock raiser. 
Hefner James, hotel and blacksmith. 
Lovell John, stock raiser. 
Mayet Louis, grape grower. 
Mimmo John, stock raiser. 
Surya Constance, stock raiser. 
Tweedy Wm, stock raiser. 
Vassett F, stock raiser. 
Williams John, stock raiser 

EI^K- A recently established postoffice 
on the coast, in Mendocino county, 2 miles 
south of CufiFey's Cove. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Nearest banking point, Mendocino, with 
which it is connected by stage. Mail, daily. 

KI^K CREEK. A postoffice • on 
Stony creek, in Colusa county, 50 miles 
northwest of Colusa, the county seat, 7 
west of Fruto, the present terminus of the 
West Side and Mendocino R. R., and the 
exp., tel. and shipping point. Bank at 
Willows, 26 miles east. The place has a 
Christian church and a population of 75. 
Ships grain, fruit and live stock. Daily 



mail stages to Fruto, semi-weekly to 

Oriental. W. H. Sale, postmaster. 

Baird A 0, stock raiser. 

Baylor Dr, wool grower. 

Bedford John, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Behrens G F, general store. 

Drew & Chamberlain, saloon. 

Hochheimer & Co, general store. 

Houston & ^ale. General Store. 

Ivory Byron, lumber mnfr. 

Johansen John, stock raiser. 

Julian H B, stock raiser. 

Knight H D, constable. 

Laraway 0, general store. 

Manson J S, lumber mnfr. 

Miller H T, blacksmith. 

Neilsen Hugh, wool grower. 

Neisen P M, justice of the peace. 

Pyle W H, furniture. 

Rufing Frank, blacksmith. 

*Sale W H, Postmaster. 

Squires H, saloon. 

Vanderford George, stock raiser. 

Webster Dr D W, druggist. 

West J J, hotel. 



EEK OROTE. Settled 1850, is 

located in Sacramento county, on the S. 

P. R. R., 15 miles south of Sacramento. 

It contains Methodist and Presbyterian 

churches, about 500 inhabitants and a good 

school. Ships grain, hay, grapes, peaches 

and pears. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 

Mail, daily. J. N. Andrews, postmaster. 

Andrews J N, General Store, Insur- 
ance, Agt W F & Co, and Postmaster. 

Andrews Miss N M, telegraph agent. 

Bowsfield W, shoemaker. 

Castillo J H, blacksmith. 

Chinnick J T, blacksmith. 

Cordis MissM L, agent S P Co, WU Tel Co. 

Crabb Rev W D (Methodist). 

Elliott A, meat market. 

Everson J, general store. 

Hasman J, harnessmaker. 

Henley D S, propr Toronto Hotel. 

Hill J D, carriagemaker. 

Kennard C B, justice of the peace. 

Longenecker A J, tinsmith. 

McKee Dr J A, druggist. 

Maitland Wm, propr Elk Grove Hotel. 

Nevis J, wine mnfr. 

Oltman G, grocer. 

(^^sburn C V, teacher. 

Pickett E, saloon. 

Poyer J C, barber. 

Rhoades Rev W (Methodist). 

Scott Rev W C (Presbyterian). 

Stewart S C, carpenter. 

Wells, Eargo & Co, J N Andrews Agt. 

Williams V & Bro. general store. 



PUMPS AND HOSE 



PACIFIO MANUFACTURING CO. 
575 Mission Street, San Francisco. 



HARTFORD 



FIRE INS. CO. BELDEN & COFRAN, 



Organized 1794. 
Assets, $6.14.2,4,34.49. 



Maiia{^ers Pacific Dept. 

313 California St., San Francisco. 



Elkhorn Station and business directory. 



Elmira 237 



EI^KHORN SXATIOI\. San Be- 
nito county. See Emmett. 



EI^KtrAWrV. A recently established 
postoffice in Siskiyou county, 16 miles south- 
east of Sisson, the nearest exp., tel., and 
shipping point, with which it is connected 
by stage. Principal industries, stock raising 
and dairying. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Bigelow R, dairy. 

I>owiiey James, Stage Station and 

Postmaster. 
Hill, Bartle & Co, st'ige proprs. 
Wilson S A, saw mill. 



EI^I^IOTX. Also known as Hawkes 
Corners, is situated in San Joaquin county, 
26 miles north of Stockton, the county seat, 
14 northeast of Lodi, the banking town, and 
9 east of Gait, its shipping, exp., and tel. 
station, to which there are tri-weekly mail 
stages, fare 50 cts. It has a Methodist 
(South) church. Grain and almonds are the 



chief products. Population, 75. 
Millner, postmaster. 
Benson John M, machinist. 
Emerson Mrs Phoebe, hotel. 
Marceau Seraphin, saloon. 
Matheson Torquil, blacksmith. 
Millmer ff^ A, General Store and 
Prendergast Rev T H (M E South). 
Town Daniel, carpenter. 
Wilson George, shoemaker. 



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EI^US. A station on the S. P. R. R., 

in San Joaquin county, 2 miles west of Tracy, 
the nearest mail office. 



EI^i:,WOOI>. The present western 
terminus of the Ventura division S. P. R. R., 
in Santa Barbarra county, 13 miles west of 
Santa Barbara, the county seat, and 4 west 
of Goleta, the nearest postoffice. 



ElilfHRA. A flourishing town on the 
S. P. R. R., in Solano county, 12 miles 
northeast of Fairfield, the county seat, and 
60 northeast of San Francisco. It contains 
Christian, Methodist, and Catholic churches, 
350 inhabitants, banks at Vacaville, and 
ships grain and fruit. Telephone to San 
Francisco. Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., 
W.F. &Co. Mail, daily. A. W. Lindsley, 
postmaster. 

Allison Charles H, fruit grower and stock 
raiser. 

Allison J «& Co, general store. 
Aubrey Mrs W A, milliner. 
Basset Stephen A D, constable. 
Brown R E, blacksmith. 
Cadman Wm, blacksmith. 



Chandler Frederick B, lumber. 
Chord John P, blacksmith. 
Clark James, fruit grower. 
Collier Joseph A, blacksmith. 
Connell Mrs Martha, fruit grower. 
Coriea John, grocer. 
Cripps Miss L, fruit grower. 
Cripps Stephen, fruit grower. 
Cripps Wellington, fruit grower. 
Darling Richard, fruit grower. 
Eaton D, saloon. 
Eaton Mrs D, dressmaker. 
Finch J S, fruit grower. 
Fox Bros, grape growers. 
Fry Wm, fruit grower. 
Gamble John T, well borer. 
Grazil John, fruit grower. 
Hamilton Albert W, shoemaker. 
Harbison L J, fruit grower. 
Hubert Joseph N, painter. 
Iron Mrs Samuel L, teacher. 
Johnson Mrs F, dressmaker. 
Johnson Frank, saloon. 
Kerr Robert, tailor. 
King A, shoemaker. 

Koppikus Dudley M, agent S P Co, and W 

F &Co. 
Lemon W T, fruit grower. 
Lindsley A W, druggist, justice of the peace, 

and postmaster. 
McVey Wm, fruit grower. 
Manning J G, fruit grower. 
March K, fruit grower. 
Meeker Stephen M, physician. 
Metzler J A, teacher. 
Metzler Mrs J A, teacher. 
Parker D F, cheese mnfr. 
Perdue Wm, grape grower. 
Provine James A, fruit grower. 
Renfro Rev L C (Methodist). 
Roberts C E, grape grower. 
Roberts C E & Co (Charles E, Mrs Sarali) 

proprs Stanger House. 
Roberts Mrs Sarah, fruit grower. 
Roberts Wm H, harnessmaker, 
Ryan John, saloon. 
Scheeline Nathan, general store. 
Selectman Edward, livery. 
Sheppa Paul, fruit grower. 
Smith James L, meat market and justice of 

peace. 
Smith M, fruit grower. 
Stanger House, C E Roberts it Co proprs. 
Tillotson George W, grape grower. 
Tobin Philip, saloon. 
Turner A J, fruit grower. 
Turner C C, fruit grower. 
Union Hall, Fred B Chandler propr. 
Weir J C, fruit grower. 
Wilson Lee, grape grower. 
Wood Joel, nursery. 



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KEAIi ESTATE, INSURANCE and L.OANS. 
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Elsinore 



W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

STOVES, RANGES, METALS, IRON PIPE, 

CORRUGATED IRON FOR ROOFING AND SIDING. 



309, 311, 313, 315, 317 
Slai'liet Street, 

San Francisco, Cal. 



122 and 124 
N. Los Angeles St., 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



EI^ IfI01>EIV A. Postoffice, village and 
station on the S. P. K. -E.., in Orange county, 
about 8 miles northeast of Santa Ana, the 
county seat. Bank at Orange, 5 miles west. 
Exp. and tel. at McPherson. It has Friends 
(Quaker) church, water works, street-car line 
connecting with Tustin, Santa Ana, Orange 
and McPherson, a good public school, and 
200 inhabitants. Shipments, fruits, grain 
and vegetables. Mail, daily. R. Pearson, 
postmaster. 

Bartley J G, constable. 

Brown J E, mine propr. 

*Carter Ira, justice, notary, insurance and 

real estate. 
Cope Mrs A H, hotel. 
Grinnell Rev J A (Quaker). 
Harper T N, cabinetmaker. 
Helwig B R, carpenter. 
Hodson I B & Co, feed and sorghum mill. 
Hoyt & Bond, water works. 
Morrow W A, mine propr. 
Murray Wm, blacksmith. 
-Nolte Wm, barber. 
Pearson R, Postmaster. 
Pellegrin J, mine propr. 
Proud Wm M, carpenter. 
Reynolds V A, carpenter. 
Sweeten Mrs Marshall, teacher. 
Vestal David, general store. 
Way L E, painter. 



EE MOIVXE. The postoffice at Monte, 
a station on the S. P. R. R., in Los Angeles 
county, 13 miles east of Los Angeles, the 
county seat and banking point. The vil- 
lage contains 2 churches, a good school, and 
200 inhabitants . Principal products, wheat, 
barley, corn and fruit. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. John T. Had- 
dox, postmaster. 

Archibald A L, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co, and S P Co. 
Baker & Rush, meat market. 
Bell & Langstadter, general store. 
Bronson A B, insurance agent. 
Cave F P, physician. 
Crowder C 0, general store. 
Dodson W R, hotel. 
Dunsmore Rev (Presbyterian). 
Fuqua Rev I (Baptist). 



""Haddox .Toliii X, 

Justice and Postmaster. 
Lowry J H, physician. 
Prouty Rev J (Holiness). 



General Store, 



EEI9IORE. A station on the 
R. R., in Shasta county, 8 miles 
of Kennett, the uearest postoffice. 



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EI^ IV1I>0. A country postoffice on 
the Otay river, in San Diego county, about 
20 miles southeast of San Diego, the county 
seat, and 12 southeast of National City, the 
banking, tel. and exp. point. Some gold 
and silver mines worked. Principal product, 
fruit. Population, 75. Mail, by special 
supply from Jamul, 8 miles north. 
Harvey J S, fruit grower. 
^Iflosslioldei* Oeorg-e It, Groceries, 

Hay and Grain, and Postmaster. 
Williams Marco, wine mnfr. 



EESII^ORE. Pleasantly located on 
San Jacinto river and Lake Elsinore, is a 
thriving town on the Southern Cal. R. R., 
87 miles north of San Diego, the county seat. 
It has Methodist, Presbyterian and Catholic 
churches; a good school with 3 teachers, and 
85 pupils; a bank, a fruit cannery, flour and 
feed mills; 2 weekly newspapers, the Press, 
and the Neivs. Population, 300. Ship- 
ments, fruit, coal, hay and grain. Tel., 
W. U. Exp. , W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Abner L. Hunt, postmaster. 
Balfore James, orange grower. 
Bernstein Julius, general store. 
Bradfield Edward, fruit grower. 
Bitndy Emmoi* X, Propr Elsinore Car- 
riage Works, Carriage Builder and Black- 
smith. 

Cameron Bros (Clifford & Edgar) dry goods. 

Cheney Coal Mining Co. 

Clark Lewis D, furniture and undertaker. 

Clark Oliver S, blacksmith. 

Consolidated Bank of Elsinore, Wm Connor 

pres, J T Kuhns cashier. 
Crawford Bros, apiarists. 
Crawford John S, real estate. 
Curl S H, apiarist. 

Dalglish & Saulter (John C DalgHsh, Andrew 

H Saulter) grocers. 
De Bora Alexander, lessee Fountain Bath 

House. 

Dickson Norman, fruit grower. 

Dixon Elijah, harnessmaker. 

Dutton & Co (Isaac B Dutton) real estate. 

Ellis Dr. Thomas, druggist. 

Ellsworth Herbert 'E, Propr El- 
sinore Cannery and Packing House, Flour 
and Feed Mills. {See p. 239. ) 

Elsinore Band, James K Schanck leader. 



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Elis$iiioi*e Camiery and I^ackiiig" 
House, H L Ellsworth Propr. {See 
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Elsinore Carriage W^orks, Em- 

mor Z Bundy Propr. 

Elsinore Hotel, James F Jones propr. 

Elsinore News, F H Heald propr. 

Elsinore I*ress, Horace McPhee Propr. 

Fraser D M, lawyer. 

Goodhope Gold Mining Co. 

Hampton Wm E, propr Lake View Hotel. 

Heald F H, propr Elsinore News. 

Healy Eev J C (Methodist). 

11 tint Abner Postmaster. 

Irish George, fruit grower. 

James Howard L, physician. 

Johnston Eev Frederick (Presbyterian). 

Johnston Mrs John, milliner. 

Jones James F, propr Elsinore Hotel. 

Keck Alexander G, constable. 

Kelleher David, barber. 

Kuhns John T, notary public. 

Lake View Hotel, W E Hampton propr. 

Langstaff Bros (Enoch S, Charles B) black- 
smiths. 

Lillie Henry, fruit grower. 

McCoy -Gilbert L, watchmaker. 

McMiJlan Alexander, dairy. 

]flel*liee Horace, Propr Elsinore 
Press, Murietta Valley Union and Perris 
Valley Union. 

Merris Miss Leora, teacher. 

Mills Robert C Jr, hardware. 

Mitchner Elma, leader Elsinore orchestra. 

Nicol J & Co, nursery. 

Orr George P, orange grower. 

Paton & Gulliver (David Paton, Thomas 
Gulliver) meat market. 

Peck Leonard B, real estate and justice. 

Reynolds Miss Belle, teacher. 

Eobinson A W, fruit grower. 

Saulter Andrew H, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Schanck James K, watchmaker. 

Star Gold Mining Co. 

Storer Mrs Helen M, milliner anJ dressmkr. 
Sitton Philip, apiarist. 



Terra Cotta Sewer Pipe Works, John Dol- 

beer pres. 
Wall Peter, druggist. 
Washburn S H, physician. 
Wells, Farg-o & Co, A H Saulter,' Agt. 
Williamson Barney, fruit grower. 
Wilson Wm W, lumber. 
Wright J L, teacher. 
Yates Lafayette, fruit grower. 



EI. TORO. A recently established 
postoffice in Orange county, on the Southern 
Cal. R. R., 13 miles southeast of Santa Ana, 
the county seat. Wool, live stock, and 
honey are the principal shipments. Exp., 
W. H'. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. 
*Eaircliilcl O €r. General Store and 

Lyons C W, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co 
and S C R R. 



EE VERAi^O. A new town on the 
Carquinez and Santa Rosa branch of the S. 
P. R. R. , in Sonoma county, 20 miles south- 
east of Santa Rosa, the county seat. Sonoma 
is the banking point. Settled in 1889, it has 
but a beginning at this writing, such as the 
S. P. station, a hotel, and a newspaper, the 
Vitigraph. The location is in the heart of 
the Sonoma valley, and as the land is being 
cut up into small holdings, the outlook for 
the town is favorable. Stage, to Sonoma, 
daily, fare 25 cts. Mail, daily. Population, 
100. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. W. 
H. Keefer, postmaster. 
Biggins James, stock raiser. 
Cooper John S, agt S P Co, W F & Co, and 

W U Tel Co. 
Engel John G, saloon. 
Garrison Wm L, hotel. 

Holmes 'FUomas B, Editor and Mngr 
Vitigraph, Sec Vitigraph Publishing Co, 
Insurance Agent, and Deputy Postmaster. 

Hooper George F, fruit grower and mnfr 
olive oil. 

Keefer Wm H, Postmaster. 



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LuTiibos John, grape grower*^ and wine mnfr. 

Pattianni A W & Co, contractors. 

Sonoma Valley Improvement Co, Thomas B 

Holmes, agent. 
Vitigrapli The, Thomas B Holmes, 

Editor and Mngr. 
Vitigrapli Piiblisliing" Co, George 

H Maxwell Pres, Thomas B Holmes, Sec. 
Warren W E, view photographer. 
Weaver Albert W, blacksmith. 
Wells, Farg-o Sc Co, J S Cooper Agt. 



EI^YS. A discontinued postoffice, in 
Lake county, 15 miles southeast of Lakeport, 
the county seat and banking point. Clover- 
dale, on the S. F, & N. P. R. R,, is the near- 
est shipping point; Kelseyville, the nearest 
express office. Products, fruit, grain and 
live stock. Mail, to Kelseyville. 
Andreson W L, fruit grower. 
Beverly A, fruit grower. 
Brownrigg S, fruit grower. 
Burbanks H E, physician. 
Byrne G, fruit grower. - 
Gary T B, fruit grower. 
Ely Benjamin, stock raiser. 
Ford H H, fruit grower. 
Ford J H, carpenter. 
Gardner J A, fruit grower. 
Grey M E, fruit grower. 
McClure H J , stock raiser. 
*M[cClin-e ]flrs S A. 
Mclntire M, stock raiser. 
Parrott B S, fruit grower. 
Timothy John, fruit grower. 
Timothy Morgan, fruit grower. 
Turner T G, stock raiser. 
Wheeler A, fruit grower. 



£I?IX:R A1L.]> BAY. A postoffice and 
noted summer resort on a bay of the same 
name in El Dorado county, at the south- 
western extremity of Lake Tahoe. CTom- 
mupication is maintained with Placerville by 
stage, also with Truck ee, the nearest shipping 
point, 34 miles north by steamer and stage. 
*Kirl>y Mrs 1. Hotel and Postmaster. 



E]fIERYTII.I.E. A postoffice on the 
S. P. R. R., 2 miles north of Oakland, near 
the bay shor e. It is also reached by a line 



of cable cars running from Broadway station, 
Oakland, through Broadway and San Pablo 
avenue. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Mail, daily. 

Bruns Diedrich, propr Commercial Union 
Hotel. 

Bynon Wm, propr Good Cheer House. 
Col>in-ii .ludsoii C, Agent W F & Co, 

and Postmaster. 
Judson Mnfg Co, (S F) iron works. 
Magnuson Alfred, saloon. 
Michigan Furniture Co, John H Potter pres, 

Pitt R Potter sec, furniture. 
Mullany James, saloon. 
Orme Richard, agent S P Co and W U Tel 

Co. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, Judson C Co- 
burn Agent. 
Zeller Adolph, propr Park Exchange Hotel. 



EIWCIORAIirX GAP. A station on 
the vS. P. R. R., in Placer county, 47 miles 
northeast of Auburn, the county sea^t. Lum- 
ber, wood and gold are shipped. Population. 
20. Nearest bank at Dutch Flat. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. 
Avery Ira, lumber. * 
Bolden J F, agent S P Co, W F & Co and W 

U Tel Co. 

CaflTyii Susan E, Hotel and Postmaster 
Carlin P H, saw mill. 
Chinn J B, lumber. 
Geisendorfer George, saw mill. 
Hyatt M B, general store. 



ElfllflETT. A stage station and post- 
office in San Benito county, 14 miles south- 
east of Tres Pinos, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion, and 20 southeast of Hollister, the county 
seat. Mail, semi-weekly. R. H. Mcllroy, 
postmaster. 

Call G W, stock raiser. 

Cheney A J, stock raiser. 

Croxen W, stock raiser. 

Gomez A R, dairy and stock raiser. 

Jose R, stock raiser. 

Kelley E, stock raiser. 

McDohel D, stock raiser 

*]»IcIlroy R H, Stock Raiser, Hotel, and 

Postmaster. 
McKinnie Patrick, dairy and stock raiser. 
Matthews H, stock raiser and blacksmith. 
Matthews W, stock raiser. 
Miller F, stock raiser. 
Miller J H, stock raiser. 
Minor W W, stock raiser. 
Moore Dr E, stock raiser. 
Oldham W S, stock raiser. 
Stevens W J, dairy and stock raiser. 
Towle G W, stock raiser. 
Towle H P, stock raiser. 



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EI^CIJ^ITAS. A postoffice on the 
coast, in San Diego county, and a station on 
the Southern Cal. R. R., 30 miles north of 
San Diego, the county seat, and 11 miles 
south of Oceanside, the nearest banking 
point. The village has 150 inhabitants, a 
weekly newspaper, the Journal, a Methodist 
church, and a good school. Shipments, hay, 
grain and fruit. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. Mail, daily. Samuel F. Smith, post- 
master. 

Adams Lot, blacksmith. 
Beller Alexander, stock raiser. 
Ben J W, blacksmith. 
Bond J W, blacksmith. 
Bowen W S, tinsmith. 
Chaffin S, general store. 
Cozens T W, druggist. 
Derby Amos G, hotel. 

Eiicinita,^ JTourna.!, Samuel F Smith 

propr. 
Farley H, lawyer. 
Farrar Eugene, lumber dealer. 
Gibbs W D, varieties. 
Gowan Rev J C (Methodist). 
Gregory H N, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co and Southern Cal R R. 
Haeffner Mrs, laundry. 
Hammond Edwin, teacher. 
Hammond E G, contractor. 
Hasenmaile A, laundry. 
Hewson J H, stock raiser. 
Howard E K, real estate. 
Israel James P, apiarist. 
Jones Charles, grape grower. 
Key D L, apiarist. 
Lehmpobl R, grape grower. 
Lenhard 0, grape grower. 
Loomis Henry, grape grower. 
Lux Peter, apiarist. 
McKinnon H, grape grower. 
McKinnon W, grape grower. 
Macklin Charles, constable. 
Macklin Mrs M E, baker. 
Maxwell Walter, teacher. 
Mueller J N, grape grower. 
Nettelton Ziba, drayman. 
Pitcher J S, hotel and blacksmith. 
Redman Frederick, contractor. 
Scott Bros, real estate. 
Shipley G W, livery. 

Smith Samuel Propr Encinitas 

Journal and Postmaster. 
Sturges J A, general store. 
Tallant E P, hotel. 
Thebo George, carpenter. 
Wells, Farg-o & Co, H N Gregory 

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ENGI^EWOOI>. A postoffice on 
Eel river, in Humboldt county, 45 miles 
south of Eureka, the county seat and 
banking poiut, and 32 southeast of Port 
Kenyon, its shipping point on the coast. 
It is on the semi- weekly mail stage route 
between Rohnerville and Garberville; fare 
from the former $1.50, to the latter, .$3. 
Shipments, hay, grain, fruit and farm 
produce. Tel. and exp,, Rohnerville. 
I>avis Henry 1>, Hotel and Post- 
master. 



ENXEKMftlSE. A village in Butte 
county, 16 miles east of Oroville, the county 
seat. It contains several quartz mills. 
Products, gold, fruit, wood and vegetables. 
Population, 160. Stage to Oroville, the 
nearest bank and tel. location, fare $1.50, 
also to Lumpkin, 14 miles northeast, fare 
$3. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, semi- 
weekly. Philip Klos, postmaster. 
At water G, civil engineer. 
Bills & Brooks, meat market. 
Boyard H, mine propr. 
Brown Wm, fruit grower. 
Drown G A, hotel. 
Herren Mrs, dressmaker. 
Klos ]Pliilip, Hotel, General Store and 

Postmaster. 
Meacham Joel, mine and mill propr. 
Rogers G B, justice of the peace. 
Slater E W, mine and mill propr. 
Tayer Em, carpenter. 
Woodman E M, general store. 



EI%XER1»RISE. Fresno county. See — 

Gertrude. 



EPPERSOI^. Situated near tlie cen- 
ter of Bear valley, Colusa county, 36 niilos 
west of Colusa,, the county seat, about niid- 
way between Williams and Bartlett Springs, 
at an altitude of 1000 feet above the Sacra- 
mento valley. Bartlett Springs is 18 niih;s 
west: Allen Springs, 15; Hough Springs, 11; 
and Wilbur Springs, 8. Sites, its sliip|)ing 
point, is 15 miles northeast, from which place 
stages run daily. Tel. and exp., at Williams 
or Sites. 

*Eppersoii II Stock Raiser and P M. 
Robinson Rev (Methodist). 



EltlE. A farmhouse post-oftioe in San 
Benito county, 58 miles southeast of Hollis- 
ter, the county seat and ])ankit><,' point. 
King City, 30 miles southwest, is the near- 
est shipping point, tel. and exp. olUce. Prod- 
ucts, wheat, barley and dairy produce. Mail, 
weekly, and weekly staye to 'I'rea Tinos: fare. 
$5. A. T. D. BntVon. postnin^Tr. 

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Akers & tSon, stock raisers. 

Button Ira I, poultry breeder. 

Canfield & McKean, stock raisers. 

Finch Matt, stock raiser. 

IIan'i!«»oii Is£ia<c, Stock Eaiser, Dairy, 

Saw Mill. 
Harrison J Waford, teacher. 
Mej^ers Thomas, stock raiser. 
Keison John, stock raiser. 
Rogers J B, stock raiser. 
Sherman John, apiarist. 
Tucker E, stock raiser. 



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ESC0:^1>I1>0. A thriving town on 
the Escondido branch Southern Cal. R R., 
in San Diego county, 21 miles from Oceanside, 
on the main line, and 35 by stage north of 
San Diego, the county seat. It contains 
Methodist, Congregational, Christian and 
Catholic churches, lodges of the principal 
secret societies, a bank, a newspaper, the 
Escondido Times, a college and public school, 
and a number of good substantial business 
blocks. Frincipal shipments, fruit, grain 
and hay. Daily mail stages to the county 
seat. Telephone connection with San Diego, 
San Marcos and San Pasqual. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Population, 1,200. Mail, 
daily. N. C. Whims, postmaster. 
A bell, S P, livery. 

Anderson J H, cashier Bank of Escondido. 

Avenue Hotel, T S Rhodes, propr. 

Bacon Mrs J L, millinery. 

Baily W J, prin public school. 

Balbridge W H, drayman. 

Bank of Escondido, J H Anderson cashier. 

Beach A H, insurance agent. 

Berkley George v\' ^ grocer. 

Bevington W P, livery. 

Blake W R, billiard saloon. 

Bradbury & Marikle, real estate. 

Brown B E, mngr Escondido Hotel. 

Byrne Rev Robert (Catholic). 

Carliske C B (Congregational). 

Casson Bros, meat market. 

Chew A W, wagonmaker. 

Cook J W, agent W F & Co and S C B R. 

Cravath A K, insurance agent. 

Culp Bros, carpenters. 

Dearth J F, carpenter. 

Donley G- W, real estate. 



Dorr E 1j, civil engineer. 
Dunbar Rev E (M E South). 
Dyer J A, boots and shoes. 
El ystrum F, carpenter. 
Escher Leo, barber. 
Escondido Hotel, B E Brown, mngr. 
Escondido Land & Town Co, J R Thomas 
sec. 

Escondido Lumber Co, J Gruerdike pres. 
Escondido Seminary, Rev J A Morrison 
principal. 

Escondido Times, James Trownsell propr. 

Fleetwood C H & Co, real estate. 

Graham P A, vice pres bank of Escondido. 

Graham & Steiner, general store. 

Gwaltney H C & Co, hardware. 

Hitz F, painter. 

Jeffery F M, lawyer. 

Landis J A, physician. 

Legore J, dry goods. 

Morrison Rev A P (Methodist). 

Morrison Rev J A, prin Escondido Seminary. 

Rhodes T S, propr Avenue Hotel. 

Rice M J, phvsician. 

Rice & Douglass, physicians. 

Riddle Rev J H (Christian). 

Rogers S S, drayman. 

Settle L W, blacksmith. 

Smart George L, blacksmith. 

Stevenson Bros, general store. 

Stewart S M. carpenter. 

Symington W D, furniture and undertaker. 

Tabor I, physician. 

Trownsell James, propr Escondido Times. 
Turrentine Rev J M (Methodist). 
Warner W W, restaurant. 
Weaver Rev C A, prof Escondido Seminary. 
Wells, Farg-o & Co, J W Cook, Agt. 
Wliini«<» i^' C, Postmaster. 
Williams J, hardware. 
Worthington D L, lawyer. 

ESMERAL1>A. On Indian Creek, 

in Calaveras county, 10 miles east of San 
Andreas, the county seat, and 20 east of 
Valley Springs, the nearest shipping point. 
Quartz mines in the vicisity. Tel. and exp., 
at San Andreas. Nearest bank, at Stock- 
ton. Mail, by special supply. 
Burns D L, boarding house. 
Cuneo Bros, saloon. 
Davis John F, lawyer. 

l>avi!$ JSC, General Store, Fruit Grow- 
er and Postmaster. 
Davis & Martin, mine and mill proprs. 
Demartini A, saloon. 
Moores Edward, mine propr.. 



ESPERANZA. A farm postoffice in 
Tulare county, about 70 miles southwest of 
Visalia, the county seat, and 25 south of 



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Huron, the nearest railroad shipping point. 
Mail, by special supply from Dudley, 5 miles 
south, via San Miguel. 

Esperanza Land Improvement Co, hotel and 

general store. 
Keller C F", General Mngr Esperanza 

Land Imj^rovemeut Co, and Postmaster. 
Lang Joseph, painter. 
Lybeck X A, carpenter. 
Schneider M, haruessmaker. 
*Wahrhaftig M S. 
Wolfson & Thomson, blacksmiths. 
Wright Miss M, milliner. 

ESTREI^I^A. In San Luis Obispo 
county, 35 miles north of San Luis Obispo, 
the county seat, and 7 east of San Miguel, 
the nearest shipping point, exp,, and tel. 
office. It is a small settlement, with a Pres- 
byterian church and public school. Daily 
mail stages, to San Miguel and Cholame. 
Nearest bank, at Paso Robles. 
Bruster G W, wool grower. 
Given John, fruit grower. 
Gordinere Irven, fruit grower. 
McDonald Bros, stock raisers. 
Marden John, poultry breeder. 
Moody J P, bees and poultry. 
Orr W, stage propr. 
Ott F, Shoemaker, Notions, and P M. 
Ott W J, blacksmith. 
Ott Mrs W J, dressmaker. 
Rhyne H W, fruit grower. 
Weir F W, constable. 



EXIWA3fI>A. A postoffice in San 
Bernardino county, 4| miles from Etiwanda 
Station on the Southern Cal. B. R. Nearest 
exp. and tel. office, North Cucamonga. 
Nearest banking point, San Bernardino. 
Principal shipments, raisins, oranges and 
lemons. Stages run to Etiwanda Station 
and Grapeland. Mail, daily. Charles H. 
Morse, postmaster. 
Cowan Bev (Meth6dist). 
Fox H B, prune grower. 
Gilbert W H, raisin grower. 
Gildersleeve E C, fruit grower. 
*Gurley H B, fruit grower. 
Jones R J, fruit grower. 
Kemp S C, raisin grower. 
Louthian R L, raisin grower. 
Morse C H «fc Co, Grocers. 



EX3fA. Siskiyou county. See Etna 
Mills. 



ET^TA jWIEES. An incorporated 
town settled in 1853, on Mill creek, a good 
power stream in Siskiyou county, 30 miles 
southwest of Yreka, the county seat, 38 



west of Gazelle, its shipping point, and 12 
south of Fort Jones, the nearest bank loca- 
tion. Two saw mills and two flour mills 
are operated by water-power here. Congre- 
gational and Catholic churches are sustained. 
Population, 500. In this section are rich 
quartz and placer mines, needing capital to 
develop. The country around is adapted to 
dairy farming. Mail stages tri-weekly to 
Callahan's Ranch, 12 miles south, and to 
Sawyer's Bar, 26 miles southwest. Daily to 
Fort Jones and Yreka. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Robert P. Tay- 
lor, postmaster. 
Baker I L, hotel and saw mill. 
Bathurst E W, physician. 
Buchner George, general store. 
Budelman Henry, General Store and 

Insurance Agent. 
Cory H C, general store. 
David & Evans, b'acksmiths. 
Diggles J A, druggist. 
Franz F W, carpenter. 
Geney Henry, saloon. 
Hyde D H, barber. 
Jenner Charles, flour mill. 
Johnston & Wallace, blacksmiths. 
Kappler Charles, brewery. 
Kist C M, flour mill. 
McGrath Rev (Catholic). 
Marx Martin, harnessmaker. 
Messmer Michael, saloon. 
Miller E, hardware. 
Nutting C W, physician. 
Parker Alex & Sons, general store, agents 

W F & Co, and W U Tel Co. 
Pitman ]M B, saw mill. 
*Smith Frederick G. 
Smith N, hotel. 

Stephens Joseph, general store. 
Stewart Rev W C (Congregatonal). 
Wallis A, carpenter. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, Alex Parker A: 

Sons Aeents. 



E X X A. Also known as Randolph, 
was settled in 1852, in Sierra county, 38 
miles east of Downieville, the county seat 
and banking point, and 25 north of Truckee, 
the nearest shipping point. It has Meth- 
odist and Congregational churches, saw, 
planing and flour mills, and furniture fac- 
tory. Population, 130. Products of the 
vicinity, hay, grain and lumber. Daily 
mail stage, to Truckee, fare ^.50. H. North- 
rop, postmaster, 
Blatchley L L, shingle mill. 
Blatchley W L, blacksmith. 
Cody B F, saloon. 
Knerr A E, flour mill. 
Lebroke Thomas, saw mill. 



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SAN FRANCISCO. 

Lynch Eobert, saloon. 

Myron, Manchester & Abby, hotel. 

I\ortlirop II, Harnessmaker, Slioemaker 

and Postmaster. 
Pearce W 0, music teacher. 
Philbrock Rev C E (Congregational). 
Pires Frank, cabinet maker. 
Power M, prin grammar school. 
Rawdon W B, planing mill. 
Treasure Bros, saw mill. 
Winsor Rev J (Methodist). 



EUREKA. Settled in 1850, and in- 
corporated as a city in 1874; is the county 
seat of Humboldt county, and the princi- 
pal shipping and trading point on the north- 
ern coast, being situated on the eastern mar- 
gin of Humboldt bay, a fine land-locked 
harbor, 15 miles long, 3 wide, and with 75 
miles of navigable channels, forming the most 
capacious harbor between San Francisco and 
Pnget sound. Situated thus, and surround- 
ed by resources but partially developed, Eu- 
reka is destined to be a city of great impor- 
tance. Contiguous are immense forests of 
redwood, pine, fir, spruce, cedar, madrone, 
laurel, black, white and live oak. Stock 
raising, agriculture and fruit growing are car- 
ried on, and as the land is stripped of timber 
it is seeded to grasses, and becomes first-class 
grazing land. The city is located on the 
Eureka & Eel River R. R. , a standard-gauge 
road, reaching out to the valley of the Eel 
river, and is connected with the various 
towns and settlements in the county by good 
wagon-roads. Its principal manufactories 
are 6 lumber mills, door and sash factory, 2 
molding mills, furniture factory, planing 
mill, iron foundry and tannery. The church- 
es are, 2 Congregational, Episcopal, Metho- 
dist, Baptist, Christian, Adventist and 
United Brethren. It has excellent edttca- 
tional advantages, having 12 public schools, 
with 23 teachers and an attendance of 1400 
pupils. Besides these it has a business col- 
lege, and St. J oseph's Institute and Academy 
for Young Ladies conducted by the Sisters of 
Charity, and the Eureka Free Library is also 
an educational feature of the city. It has a 
street railway, 4 banks, gas and water works, 
electric lights, a good fire department; 4 



newspapers, the Times, daily and weekly, 
the Standard, daily and weekly, The Western 
Watchman, weekly, and the Mad, weekly. 
The assessed value of property of the city is 
over 13.000,000. The city has no bonded 
debt. The recent public improvements are 
the new court-house and a public school- 
house, the latter costing §30,000. There are 
three public halls or places of amusement, seat- 
ing capacity 600, 800 and 1,000 respectively. 
Telephone connection with Areata. Semi- 
weekly steamers to San Francisco. Daily 
stages to Areata and Freshwater. Ship- 
ments, lumber, butter, fish, live stock, wool 
and apples. Population, 9,000. Tel.,W. U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Francis 
P. Thompson, postmaster. 
Acheson Cephas, livery. 
Albee Dan P, physician. 
Allard J K. meat market. 
AUard & Gibson (S I AUard, G R, Gibson) 

real estate, loans and ins. 
Anderson Eeander, Propr European 

House. 

Anderson Wm 0, physician. 

Anderson & Borgen (Oluf Anderson, Emile 

Borgen) saloon, 
Antonsen Peter F, restaurant. 
Arens A, bowling alley. 
Atkinson H arry L, notary public. 
Axe Fred, agt Eel River and Eureka R R. 
Ayers Lewis L, livery. 

Ay res "^Vm, Editor Western Watchman. 
Ayres & Jones (Wm Ayres, Charles A 

Jones) Proprs Western Watchman. [See 

p. 251.) 

Baird Thomas, wharfinger Baird's wharf. 

Balcom Samuel F, real estate. 

Baldwin Wm E, harnessmaker. 

Ballard James, agt W U Tel Co. 

Bank of Enreka, Capital $200,000, 
Wm Carson Pres, J K Dollison Vice Pres, 
C P Soule Cashier, E cor Third. 

Barca Joseph, laundry. 

Barke Elias A, liquors and restaurant. 

Barnard James E, timber expert. 

Barnes & Scott (Isaac B Barnes and Walter 
A Scott) J Kerfoot agt. Eureka and Fern- 
dale Transfer Co. 

Barnum Gorham N, saloon. 

Bast & Son (U A and George) furniture man- 
ufacturers. 

Battaghi Olinto, fish market. 

Bay Stal>les, Price & Sears Proprs, 
Third cor D. 

Belclier Peter, Real Estate Abstracts 
and Loans Second cor G. - 

Bell Ered W, Agt Wells Fargo & Co, 
Notary Public, Ins and General Business 
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J. F. THOMPSON, Editor and Business Manager. 

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Special Attention Given to the following: 

CONVEYANCING- in all its branches. Wills a specialty. Abstracting and Searching of 
Titles, Complete charge taken of and taxes paid on property of non-residents. 

INSURANCE — Fire, Marine, Life and Accident, furnished in standard companie.s, both 
American and foreign. None but the best and heaviest companies rejjresfnted. 

LOANS NEGOTIATED. Rents, Interest and Trade Accounts collected, and proceeds 
remitted promptly. Real Estate sold, rented and exchanged. 

Burglar and Fire Proof Safe in the building, for deposit of securities and valuables. 

.MONEY TO LOAN. Correspondence solicited, and all commiuxications pnnuptly at- 
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T\otary Public for llumbolclt County, Callfornin. 

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MANTELS, CRATES, TILES, 

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Bronze, Wrought Steel Hotel Ranges, 
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309, 311, 313, 315, 317 Market St., 

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Benner Joshua, hardware. 

Benussi L & Co (Lewis Benussi) fruits. 

Berrey Q H, sewing machines. 

Blake Mrs C E, millinery. 

Bledsoe Anthony J, lawyer. 

Blood A K, painter. 

Bonner Walter G, propr Humboldt Mail. 

Bons.tell Mrs Olive, teacher. 

Bonstell Willis '1% Dealer in Books, 
Stationery, Pianos, Organs, Musical In- 
struments, Newspapers, etc., 120 3d. {See 
p. 251.) 

Boom Stanley C, register U S Land Office. 
Bosquini & Pecchi (John Bosquini, Peter 

Pecchi) saloon. 
Bouldin I W, physician. 
Brand George, music teacher. 
Brett Wm, saloon. 
Brodrick Gilbert J, blacksmith. 
Brown J B, county supt of schools. 
Brown J J, dairy. 
Brown T M, sheriff. 

Buck & Wheeler (Silas M Buck, Charles M 
Wheeler) lawyers, I bet 5th and 6th. 

Bucksport and Elk River R R Co, Wm Car- 
son pres, Edward Everding sec. 

Buhne H H & Co (Hans H and Henry H Jr) 
hardware. 

Bullock Nathaniel, notary. 

Bulson & Davis ( Hermon R Bulson, Sylves- 
ter B Davis) physicians. 

Burnett Edward H, guns. 

Cahill Mrs Mary, notions. 

California Redwood Co, Josiah Bell mngr. 

Campbell Sterling A, cigars.' 

Carr John, justice of the peace. 

Carr Mary A, teacher. 

Chamber of Commerce, Fred W Bell sec. 

Chamberlain J l> H, Lawyer. 

Charles Mrs V, dressmaker, 

Chelstrand A'dolphus, tailor. 

Chope Alexander E, wagonmaker. 

Chope Thomas H, wagonmaker. 

Christenson Christen, cigars. 

Christie Melvin, barber. 

Churches V J, restaurant. 

Close & Rigby (George H Close, Warren B 
Rigby) real estate. 

Cly borne Mrs Jennie, teacher. 

Cly borne W F, teacher. 

Coast Seamens' Union, Henry Wolfe agent. 



Cohn H & Co (Harry Cohn, Henry Michael) 
liquors. 

Commercial Insurance Co of* 

Cal, E C Bonstell Agent. 
Connell Maurice, U S signal service observer 
Connick Alexander, councilman. 
Conway John, saloon. 
Cook Wm E, dentist. 

Cook & Robinson (Albert A Cook, Grant 

Robinson) grocers. 
Copeland Jesse W, barber. 
Corbett Andrew, wood. 
County Hospital, James Gill supt. 
Craig James, saloon. 
Crichton James G, cigars. 
Crocker A & Bros (Aaron, Jacob and Adolph) 

dry goods. 
Crook Wm, tailor. 

Cntler Xliomas, Commission Merchant, 
Dealer in Hay, Grain, Feed and Agricul- 
tural Implements, 1st cor D. 

Cntten & Ridleont (David Cutten, R 
W Rideout) Abstracts of Title, Real Es- 
tate and Loans. {See p. 251.) 

Daniels N G, wood and coal. 

Darden Daniel B, furniture. 

Darden & Hodgson (Levy T Darden, Richard 
Hodgson) furniture. 

Dauphiny Bros (Arthur C and W G) grocers. 

Davis Mrs Hiram T, confectionery. 

Davis Horace N, blacksmith. 

Dayton J W, pianos. 

Deming Franklin D, music teacher. 

Devlin Charles L, shoemaker. 

Dias John M, saloon. 

Dickey Miss Emma J, teacher. 

Dickson Robert B, lawyer. 

Dinkelspiel Adolph, dry goods. 

Doe Harry, meat market. 

Doherty Miss E Greta, stenography. 

Dolbeer and (>arson Lumber Co, John Dol- 
beer pres, Wm J Mugan sec. 

Dollison Charles M, livery. 

Dollison John K, notary. 

Donnelly John P, saloon. 

Dowe S, photographer. 

Duff Wm L, la\yyer. 

Duffy Robert, cigars. 

I>nrivage Joseph Employment 
and General Book Agency, 3rd cor F. 

Edward Mrs Josie, dressmaker. 

Edwards Mrs D H, dressmaker. 

Eel River and Eureka R R Co, John Vance 
pres, Wm S Riddell sec. 

Elite j^aloon, Ewing Littrell propr, 
cor 2nd and I. 

Ellery Franklin, general store. 

Ellis James, cigars. 

Ellison James, picture frames. 

Ellison Mrs Sarah G, teacher. 

Elmen Samuel, saloon. 



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Elsemore A L, drayman. 

Eureka Academy and Business College, Xiel 

S Phelps prin. 
Eureka Electric Light Co, Solomon Cooper 

pres, Charles P Hanley sec. 
Eureka Free Library, Melvin W Springer 

librarian. 

Eureka Lumber Mnfg Co, Pdchard Sweasey 
pres, Peter Belcher sec, sash, doors, etc. 

Eureka Street Eailway Co, B B Deming sec. 

£iiropea.ii. House, Leander Anderson 
Propr. 

Evans & Betterley (Edward K Evans, Edwin 

A Betterley), fish market. 
Excelsior Eedwood Co, Charles A Hooper 

pres, E F Burrell sec. 
Farris & Bonstell (Wm R Farris, Edgar C 

Bonstell) real estate and insurance. 
Fassold Peter, jeweler and photographer. 
Fay Bros (George and Nahum) shingle mills. 
FerariB, vegetables. 
Ferguson George M, carriage repository. 
Fernald R M, county supervisor. 
Finch Wm B, gunsmith. 
Fitzell Charles R, drugs. 
Flanigan, Brosnan & Co (Daniel J Flanigan, 

Timothy F Brosnan, John Harpst, H 

Spring) lumber mnfrs. 
Fleming & Whitman (John Fleming, Charles 

B Whitman) saloon. 



Ford Henry L, U 8 commissioner. 

Ford W H, boots and shoes. 

Ford & Burn ell (Henry L Ford, L M Bur- 

nell) lawyers. 
Foster S B, physician. 

Foster & Acheson (J C Foster, Cephas Ache- 
son), Freshwater Stage Line. 

Frank George, fruits. 

Frazier Mrs Lizzie, dressmaker: 

Freese Fetrow (Samuel W Freese, 
Wm P Fetrow) Photographers, Dealers in 
Redwood Views of all Parts of the County, 
Third bet E and F. 

Fry Mrs Emma, confectionery. 

Furrer & Diedel (John Furrer, Fred Diedel) 
saloon. 

Gardner Charles J, carpenter. 

Gates Oscar J, dentist. 

Geering Henry J, restaurant. 

Gely Louis, tailor. 

Gibbard Wm F, furniture mnfr. 

Gibson Fred H, principal public schools. 

Gillett & Coonan (James N Gillett, James F 

Coonan) lawyers. 
Gilmour Miss Rachel S, teacher, 
Goetz Wm, confectioner. 
Graham West C, meat market. 
Grand fJotel, Peter McGeorge propr. 
Great American Tea Co, James W Warford 

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Gregor Angus, blacksmith. 

Gross Reuben, physician. 

Haines Frank W, barber. 

IIa.ll E B, Mnfr Confectionery, Wholesale 
Dealer in Redwood Novelties. 

Hamm Mrs L E, fancy goods. 

Hanna Aquila W, lawyer. 

Harrington W A, carpenter. 

Harris Bartlett Y, physician. 

Hartwig A, niusi^! teacher. 

Hazard James M, billiards. 

Healey Michael, restaurant. 

Heckman & Love (W H H Heckman, Hor- 
ace E Love) grocers. 

Herrick Frank E, county surveyor. 

Herrick Rufus, deputy U S surveyor. 

lleiistis W F, Notary Public, Real Es- 
tate Dealer and General Business Agency, 
F bet 3d and 4th. 

Higg-ins £dga,i* I>, Mnfr and Dealer 
in Candies, Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts, 
etc, F cor 3d. 

Hild Charles, barber. 

Hilder Charles, cabinetmaker. 

Hodgson .foliii H, Real Estate and 
Loan Broker, Abstractor, Searcher, Con- 
veyancer, Financial Insurance and General 
Business Agency, H bet 2d and 3d, H B 
M Consulate. {See p. 24^6.) 

Holesworth James, saloon. 

Holmes Robert, constable. 

Home Savings Bank, Capital $100,000, I 
Cullberg pres. 

Hopkins James P, hardware. 

Hornung J Jacob, meat market. 

Horton.& Dufi" (R E Horton, Henry Duff) 
barbers. 

Hosmer John, carpenter 

Hosta John A, saloon. 

Howard Thomas, job printer. 

Hulse Nehemiah D, carriagemaker and black- 
smith. 

Humboldt County Bank (Capital $200^000) 
James W Henderson pres, Edward Everd- 
ifig cashier. 

IIiiiiil>olilt l>aily and Weekly 

Standard, Humboldt Standard Publg 
Co Publrs, 4th cor F. [See p. 245. ) 

Humboldt Lumber Mnfrs Assn, N H Falk 
pres, A C Tibbetts sec. 

Humboldt Mail, W G Bonner propr. 



Hnmboldt Standard Pu1>lg Co, 

J F Thompson Editor and Business Mngr, 

Publrs Daily and Weekly Standard, 4th 

cor F. {See p. 245.) 
Humboldt Steamship Co, Wm J Sweasey 

managing owner. 
Humboldt Ximes (Daily and Weekly) 

Times Publg Co Proprs, 4th bet G and H. 

{Seep. 247.) 
Hunsalcer F, lawyer. 
Hunter George W, superior judge. 
Hutchins Robert W, receiver U S Land 

Office. 

IngersoU & Freese (Olson E IngersoU, John 

W Freese) dentists. 
Jackson Charles, blacksmith. 
Jacobson Meyer, boots and shoes. 
Jameson Miss Emma, teacher. 
Jameson Minnie, teacher. 
Jameson & Cochrane (Samuel E Jameson, 

Wm Cochrane) soap mnfrs. 
Janssen E & Co (Julius E and Mrs Edmund 

Janssen) hardware. 
Jenkins A, shoemaker. 
Johnson Wm T, shoemaker. 
Johnston Charles, boots and shoes. 
Johnston Wm H, hardware. 
Jones Warren, carpets. 

Kalischer N & Co, (Nathan and Sig E Ka- 
lischer) dry goods. 

Kegler Mrs Emma, confectionery. 

Keleher James T, city clerk. 

Kellogg George A, county auditor and re- 
corder. 

King Peter, boots and shoes. 
Kingston Henry, commission. 
Kinsley L T, councilman. 
Klocker Peter A, cigars. 
Klund Charles, tailor. 

Kneeland Prairie Stage Line, Cephas Ache- 
son propr. 

Knott & Bissell (George R Knott, George P 
Bissell) drugs. 

Knox Robert E, saloon. 

Kramer Oeorge, Propr Revere House. 
{Seep. 249.) 

La Boyteaux Clarence H, druggist. 

Langford Bros (Thomas and George L) boiler- 
makers. 

Langford Miss Emma, teacher. 
Lankin Wm, shoemaker. 
Leacock Rev Wm (Christ church). 
I^entell Jesse IV, City Engineer and 
Surveyor, H bet 4th and 5th. {Seep. 251.) 
Lettuvich Martin, saloon. 
Levy Joseph, clothing. 
Lewitt F A, physician. 

Lincoln Mill Co, Thompson R Lever sec, 

sash and doors. 
Lindsay N G, city marshal. 
Linton James, blacksmith. 



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I^ittrell Ewiiig-,. Propr Elite Saloon, 

cor 2d and I. 
Livingston John A, saloon. 
Loewenthal Jacob, clothing. 
Loheide & Shaw (Wm H Loheide, George H 

Shaw) grocers. 
Long Frank, saloon. 
Loveland Albert, justice of peace. 
Loveren James Gr, shingle mill. 
Loveren Stillman S, saw mnfr. 
Lund Harry, painter. 
Luther Christopher, meat market. 
McAleenan Patrick, brewer. 
McArthur A C, harnessmaker. 
McAskill Angus, tannery. 
McCann Lillie, teacher. 



McCarthy Jeremiah, shoemaker. 
McDonald Daniel C, jjainter. 
McDonald Thomas, shingle mnfr. 
McDonough John, saloon. 
McDougald John, carpenter. 
McGeorge John F, grocer. 
McGeorge Peter, propr Grand Hotel. 
McGeorge Wm J, druggist. 

McGowan Frank, lawyer. ~T1 
McGrath Mrs Jane, dressmaker. 
McKay & Co (Mrs Allen McKay) proprs ' 

Occidental Saw Mill. 
McLaren W J, shoemaker. 
McLaughlin Daniel, cigars. 
McMillan Neil, shoemaker. 
McNally Lawrence, saloon. 




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Situated in the center of the city. Have recently added a handsome new school building, 
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B. McDOUGALL & SON, 

ARCHITECTS, 

330 PINE ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

McNamara W J & Sou (\Vm J and Wm A) 
men's furnishinijs. 

McXulty EUery (James McNulty, Augus- 
tus Ellery) commission. 

McQuaid John A, laM'yer. 

Mansfield Mrs J, dressmaker. 

Martin Louise, dressmaker. 

,^Iatlie-%vs .Tanieiii E, Dealer in Books, 
Stationer}', Newspapers, Pianos, Organs, 
Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Opti- 
cal Goods, Sewing Machines, Gold Pens, 
Jewelry, etc. 

Mathews Patrick W, barber. 

Meleudy J M, lawyer. 

Mercer, Wm L, saddler. 

Miller Carl, jeweler. 

Miller & Lyon (Wm Miller, Bradford M 

Lyon) barbers. 
Monroe Alonzo J, lawyer. 
Mooney Mrs Anna, men's furnishings. 
;^Ioore &: Olmsf ea*l (Gideon J Moore, 

Edward Olmstead) Plumbers, Steam and 

Gas Fitters, F bet 1st and 2d. 
Morse H C, carpenter. 
Muneey M S. teacher. 

^■irpliy l>aniel, Propr Western Hotel. 

Murray, Mrs E T, millinery. 

Murray George D, lawj'er. 

]^Iiirray JT S, Cashier A AV Randall, 

Notary Public, 115 2d. 
Myers Mrs Jennie D, dressmaker. 
Myers &; Clyde (Henry Myers, Edward J 

Clyde) wood and coal, 
Nunn Rev Samuel J (Baptist). 
O'Neill E J, saloon. 
O'Neill Johu, marble worker. 
Ohman Ignatz, hardware. 
Olson Thomas, saloon. 
Otto Joseph A, restaurant. 
I»aoilio Coa!«t S S Co, H P Riddle Agt. 
Palmer Charles N, men's furnishings. 
Palmtag & Molitor (August Palnitag, Peter 

Molitor) saloon. 
Peterson Ferdinand, tailor. 
Pharres Carrie L, teacher. 
Phelps Mrs Alta C, teacher. 
Phelps Niel S, prin Eureka Academy aoid 

Business College. 
Pierce C H, music teacher. 
Pierce Walter, undertaker. 
Pierce Wm J, furniture. 



Pine N H & S F (Norton H and Safford F) 

foundry. 
Pluke Edward G, painter. 
Poetter Henry, tailor. 
Powell Robert B, druggist. 
Powers Mrs John, milliner. 
Pratt Eleanor D, teacher. 
Pratt Wm H, furniture. 
Price & Sears (John A Price, Benjamin 

F Sears) proprs Bay Stables, 3d cor D. 
Prince Peter, liquors. 
Putnam Mrs Margaret, dressmaker. 
Quosig Herman, jeweler. 
Randall Alpheits W, Banker, Real 

Estate and Insurance, 115 2d. 
Redmond James J, dentist. 
Renfro David K, saloon. 
Rever Alexander, barber. 
Revere House, George Kramer Propr 

{See p. 249). 
Revoy Mrs Alice, clothing. 
Richardson Calvin W, barber. 
Richardson Herbert S, barber. 
Ricks Thomas F, livery. 
R cks Water Co, R Sweasey pres, H L Ricks 

sec and supt. 
Riddle H P, Agt Pacific Coast S S Co. 
Robertson George, marble worker. 
Rotermuud Herman H Jr, wagonmaker. 
Ruben Henry, cigars. 
Ruddock Edward J, physician. 
Ruscoe & Lundblade ( Edwin Ruscoe, Charles 

G Lundblade) furniture. 
Russ Hall, Nathaniel Bullock mngr. 
Russ Z Sons (Zipporah, Ira A and Wm N) 

market. 
Russell Geo H, restaurant. 
Ryan James, tailor. 
Ryan Pierce H (estate of) millinery. 
St Jrosepb's Institute, Mother Mary 

Gertrude Superior. {See p. 249.) 
Sanborne Rev George M (Congregational). 
Saving's Rank, of* Humboldt 

County, Capital §100,000, Wm Carson 

Pres, C P Soule Sec and Cashier, E cor 3d. 
Sawtell Alfred L, mens' furnishings and 

saloon. 

Sawyer George, carpenter. 
Schmidt Fred, barber. 
Schroder Chris, saloon. 
Schulze Herman, cigar mnfr. 
Schutte & Jou venal (Henry Schatte, Hugo 

Jouvenal) restaurant. 
Selvage Thomas H, lawyer. 
Sevier Denver, lawyer. 
Sevier Ernest, lawyer. 
Shanklin Rev G E (Christian church). 
Shaw George H. councilman. 
Sheridan Rev J D (Catholic). 
Simmons Orin W, barber. 
Simpson James, carpenter. 



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W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

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Skinner R W & CoJRobert W and Edwin E 

Skiuner) drugs. 
Smiley J C, painter. 
Smith Mrs Amanda J, artist. 
Smith Arthur M, physician. 
Smith Augustus T, civil engineer. 
Smith F J, barber. 

Smitli Horace Lawyer, 113 2d, 

room 14. 
Smith Ida M, teacher. 

Snow & (^o (Horace C Snow, B F Freese, 

Wm B Snow) dry goods. 
Soiile C I*, Cashier Bank of Eureka, and 

Savings Bank of Humboldt Co. 
South Britii^li F M Ins Co of 

i\ Z, White & Eagan Agents. 
Spencer Elizabeth A, teacher. 
Stein Charles G, painter. 
Steinberg Morris, jeweler. 
Steinberg Sigmund, jeweler. 
Stern Oscar I>, County Clerk. 
Stockel George, shoemaker. 
Stoessiger J T & Co (Julius T Stoessiger, 

Henry Gronemyer) stoves and tinware. 
Sweasey Richard, grocer. . 
Taggart k Casey (Wm J Taggart, Brinsley 

S Casey) boots and shoes. 
Taylor Charles G, grocer. 
Taylor Harry B, wharfinger Eureka wharf. 
Thompson Francis P, postmaster. 
Thompson J F, Editor and Business 

Manager Daily and Weekly Standard. 
Thomson Albert T, restaurant. 
Tierney Edward, junk. 

Times Pu1>lisliin^ Co, Hans H 
Buhne Pres, J H G Weaver Sec, Publish- 
ers Daily and W^eekly Humboldt Times, 
4th bet G and H. (See jo. 247.) 

Tobin Mrs Edward, confectionery. 

Trevett Mrs Hattie C, bakery. 

Turner George A, meats. 

Turner H S, cq,unty treasurer. 

Turner J W, lawyer. 

United States Collector of Customs, Thomas 
Cutler. 

United States Land Office, Robert W Hutch- 
ins receiver, Stanley C Boom register, 2d 
cor G. 

United States Signal Service, Maurice Cou- 
ncil observer. 
Vance Hotel, John F Woodward Propr. 



Vance John, lumber mnfr and mayor. 

Vance Louisa J, teacher. 

Vansant Joshua, photographer. 

Varnam Joseph L, shoemaker. 

Verden Miss A F, dressmaker. 

Vosti D G, saloon. 

Wall Wm A, books and stationery. 

Wallace Wm, couuty assessor. 

Wallace W^m B, saloon. 

Wallace & McKinnon (Wm H Wallace, 

George W McKinnon) physicians. 
Waller Wm A, cigar mnfr. 
Wansky Francis, jeweler. 
Warren G W, teacher. 
Warren Rev W F (Methodist). 
Warren & Cottrell (M T Warren, Augustus 

Cottrell) grocers. 
Weaver Frederick A, laundry. 
Weaver & Crowe (J H G Weaver, John F 

Crowe) lawyers. 
Week & Keleher (Frank A Week, James T 

Keleher) insurance. 
Wells E W & Son (Erastus W and Willard) 

drugs. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, F W Bell Agent. 
Western Hotel, Daniel Murphy Propr. 
Western Union Tel Co, James Ballard 
agent. 

W^estern Watcliman, Ayres & Jones 

Proprs. [See p. 251.) 
Whipple Stephen O, Editor and 

Mngr Daily and Weekly Humboldt Times, 

4th bet G and H. 
White & Egan (Edwin J White W S Egan) 

real estate and insurance 
Whiting James, saloon. 
Wiggins Charles, shoemaker. 
Williams Miss M L, teacher. 
Wilson Asa, confectionery. 
Wilson David, auctioneer. 
Wilson Emmet W, lawyer. 
Winter George, painter. 
Woodward JFohn F, Propr Vance 

Hotel. 

Word & Walton (Thomas M. Word, Oscar 

M Walton) dry goods. 
Wunderlich Bros (Julius P, Angust E and 

Charles E) photographers. 
Yale George, barber. 
Young Mrs Emma, teacher. 
Young John T, constable. 
Young Wm A, saddler. 

Young & Donald (Fred Young, Thomas 

O'Donald) men's furnishings. 
Zane Anna L, teacher. 



FURFKA HIF.F.. 

.See Eureka Mills. 



Plumas county. 



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mas county, 40 miles via mail route west 
of Chat, its shipping station, and 25 south- 
east of Quincy, the county seat. .Jamison 
creek furnishes power operating a 60-stamp 
quartz mill. The only interest here is quartz 
mining. Nearest bank at Downieville. 
Population, 250. Telephone to .Johnsville 
and Mohawk. Stage communication, with 
Reno, Nev., Quincy and Truckee. Exp., 
W. F. &Co. Mail, tri- weekly. 
Daly Andrew H, general store. 
*Iiicli Xliomaii; B, Agent W F & Co, 

W U Tel Co, Sec Plumas-Eureka Mine, 

and Postmaster. 
Jenkins Rev Thomas W (Methodist). 
Kent Richard W, physician. 
Sierra Buttes G- M Co (limited) proprs 

Plumas-Eureka mine and mill. 
"Wells, Fargo & Co, Thomas B Inch 

Agent. 



EUREKA SOUTH. Nevada coun- 
ty. See GranitevilU. 



EVEROREE>. In Santa Clara 
couny, 7 miles east of San .Jose, the county 
seat, tel., exp. and banking point. The 
land here produces wheat, barley, hay, 
grapes and other fruit. Population, 75. 
Mail, tri- weekly. 
Cunningham Samuel, blacksmith. 
Healy Wm. carpenter. 
Holland .J W, meat market. 
McMurry Frank, saloon . 
Park John E, shoemaker. 
Silva M F, saloon. 

Smitli E JF, G-eneral Store, Insurance 

Agent and Postmaster. 
Smith Perry C, blacksmith. 



E WI3f GS. A station on the S . P . R . R. , 

in Placer county, 1 mile from Lincoln, the 
nearest postoffice. 



EXEXER. A station on the S. P. R. R. , 

in Tulare county, 10 miles east of Visalia, 
the county seat and banking point. It con- 
tains a Methodist church, public school, 
flour mill, and ships grain and fruit. Stages 
to Visalia, Three Rivers and Yokohl. Joe 
Davis, postmaster. 
Davis E J, blacksmith. 
Farrow E D, physician. 
Firebaugh J F, railroad agent. 
Firebaugh & Ottsen flour and feed mill. 
Hamilton Hugh, blacksmith. 
Hardy Mrs G, dressmaker. 
Hoskins Jesse, brick mnfr. 
Humphrey & Son, carpenters. 
Odem Rev A (Methodist). 
Stousland Wm, stage propr. 



EAIR OAKS. A station on the 
Southern Cal. R. R., 3 miles from Pasadena. 
Xo postoflB.ce. 



EAIR OROU3fI>S. A station on 
the S. P. R. R., in Xapa county, .3 miles 
south of Napa Junction, the nearest postoflSce. 



EAIR I»EAY. A postoflSce in El 
Dorado county, 21 miles southeast of Placer- 
ville, the county seat, tel., exp., banking and 
shipping point. Population, 30. Tri-week- 
ly mail stages to Indian Diggins, Pleasant 
Valley, Newtown and Placerville. 
Carr J G, general store. 
Rice J B, Hotel and Postmaster. 



EAIRFIEEB. The county seat of 
Solano county, is virtually situated on the 
S. P. R. R., though it is | mile from Suisun 
City, the railroad station, shipping and bank 
ing point, and 51 northeast of San Francisco, 
It contains Advent and Methodist churches, 
a court-house, and a population of abou t 400, 
Shipments, fruit, grain and wool. The To 
lenas Springs and Onyx Co. 's property is 
about 4 miles north. The fiinest onyx in the 
world is quarried here, and large shipments 
will be made in the future. Exp. and tel. , 
at Suisun. Mail, daily. Henry A. Miller, 
postmaster. 

Barry James M, county recorder. 

Bowman Wm 0, wagonmaker. 

Buckles Abraham J, superior judge. 

Burmingham Rev D M (Methodist). 

Dobbins Oscar P, district attorney. 

Eager Edward N, county surveyor. 

Fairfield Hotel, Mrs A E Hooper propr. 

Fix .J M, blacksmith. 

Gabriel F Wm, abstractor. 

Goodwin Benjamin H, blacksmith. 

Gregory John M, lawyer. 

Hall Miss M Ella, teacher. 

Hammond E A, livery. 

Harvey Joel A, county clerk. 

Hinrichsen .J Christ, saloon. 

Hooper Mrs A E, propr Fairfield Hotel. 

Huckins John, lawyer. 

King Charles, county coroner. 

Lamont George A, lawyer. 

Lawlor Patrick H, saloon. 

McKenna .Joseph, lawyer. 

McLeod George A, black.smith. 

Marshall John, county auditor. 

Martin .James P, sheriff. 

*:?Iiller Henry A, Agent P P Tel Co, 

Montezuma Tel Co and Postmaster. 
Moore Jacob, general store. 
Moore Miss Mary E, teacher. 
Moran Owen, abstractor. 
Murphy James C, general store. 



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Ostrander J A, physician. 
Perkins E D, county treas. 
Schirmer Charles, county assessor. 
Solano County Hospital, Henry G Finney 
supt. 

Tolenas Springs & Onyx Co, J C Burr mngr, 

4 miles north. 
Webster Carlvin B, county supt schools. 
Whitaker J R, underslieriff. 



FAIRIIATE]^. In Humboldt coun- 
ty, on the peninsula which divides the wa- 
ters of the bay from the ocean, 4 miles 
southwest of Eureka, the tel. , exp. and bank- 
ing point. It contains a shipyard and a 
shingle-mill. P. 0. address, Eureka. 
Bendixsen H D, ship builder. 
Fay Bros, shingle mill. 



S'AIR^flOJ^X. A postoffice in Los 
Angeles county, 75 miles north of Los An- 
geles, the county seat and banking point, 
and IS miles west of Lancaster, the nearest 
railroad station, and exp. and tel. offices. 
Grain and hay the chief products. Daily 
mail stages to Maynard and Lancaster, and 
weekly, to Neenach and Gorman's Station. 
E. G-. Livingston, postmaster. 
Crain M H, constable. 
Bland Rev (Methodist). 
De Hay, Hoon & Co, blacksmiths. 
Fairmont Hotel Co, hotel and livery. 
Fairmont Land & Water Co, real estate. 
Fisher T B, carpenter. 
Junkins Rev (Presbyterian). 
Kepner J M, justice of the peace. 
* Livingston Charles P, insurance. 
I^iving'istoii It Cr, General Store and 

Postmaster. 



FAIRVIEW. A station and post- 
office on the Santa Ana, Fairview, and jPa- 
cific R. R. , in Orange county, 7 miles south- 
west of Santa Ana, the county seat, banking, 
exp. , and tel. point. ' It has a Methodist 
church, and a population of about 75. Mail, 
daily. 1. Wellington Gardner, postmaster. 
Ackerman Henry, nursery. 
Bailey Bros, tanners. 
Bowler Cal, hotel. 



Brick Miss Rena, teacher. 

Cummings & Moon, real estate. 

Douglas Jay S, painter. 

Fairview Development Co, real estate. 

Frazee D W, architect and builder. 

Oardmer I Welliiig toii, Postmaster. 

Gayle & Henderson, druggists. 

Henderson Bros, general store. 

^Henderson R L, agt Santa Ana, F & P R R. 

Kline Rev J S (Methodist). 

Leberry J, baths. 

Leberry & Weber, poultry breeders. 
Li fur Martin, wool grower. 
McMichael & Hare, real estate. 
Tate W F, architect and builder. 
Vandecar A, meat market. 
Wapple & Garloch, livery. 

FAI^I^ BROOK. Also known as 
West Fall Brook, is a prosperous town 2 
miles south of Fall Brook Station, on the 
line of the Southern Cal. R. R. It is 61 miles 
by rail north of San Diego, the county seat, 
and contains a bank, a newspaper, the Re- 
view, Methodist and Baptist churches, and 
250 inhabitants. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, 
daily. E. J. Johnson, postmaster. 
Bush James H, livery. 
Bush Bros, harnessmakers and feed mill. 
Gate A F, lumber dealer. 
Cheatham J W, general store. 
Crutcher James M, apiarist. 
Fall Brook Banking Co, Wm M Scott pres., 

A J Clark cashr. 
Fall Brook Hotel, N Toraellins propr. 
Fall Brook Review, G. F. Van Velzer, publr. 
Fallis Bros, general store. 
Fish C H, shoemaker. 

Harris & Sproul (Edward Harris) civil 
engineers. 

Hebberd A W, agent W F & Co. 

Inwood Rev E J (Methodist). 

•Fohnsoii E jr. General Store and P. M. 

Morrison Wm & Son, furniture and under- 
takers. 

Niles Mrs E K, milliner. 

Palmer T B, hardware. 

Pruett J A, physician. 

Pruett & Parker, druggists. 

Rice Orin, agricultural implements. 

Riche Mrs C V, hotel. 

Roberts P, carpenter. 

Shaw Rev Mark B (Baptist). 

Sundell H, jeweler 

Tomellins N, hotel and baker. 

Tulip J A, agent W U Tel Co and S C R R. 

Van Velzer G F, publr Fall Brook Review. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, ^A W Hebberd 
Agent. 

*WestfaU G F. 

Wing Miss L L, fancy goods. 



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FALI^ KIVER. 

Fall Kiver Mills. 



Shasta county. See 



FAI^t. KIVER :?II¥.¥^S. Or Falls 
€ity, as it is also called, is situated on Fall 
river. It is in Shasta county, 87 miles via 
mail route northeast of E,edding, the county 
seat, railroad, shipping and banking point. 
It contains Baptist, Christian, Congrega- 
tional and Methodist churches. Sash and 
door, planing and flour mills are operated by 
water power. Population, 300. Grain and 
live stock are shipped. A weekly newspa- 
per, the Fall River Advocate, is published. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., at Redding, to which 
there is daily stage, fare S9, to Sisson §5, 
and to Lakeview, Or., $12. Mail, daily. J. 
H. Curtis, postmaster. 
Carleton Rev (Congregational). 
Carr W B, jeweler. 
Cooley S S & Co, stage proprs. 
*diPtis J H, Justice of the Peace, P M. 
Darius C, saddler. 

Dennis L M, agt W F & Co and ins agent. 

Desmond T, saloon and blacksmith. 

Everett Mrs, hotel. 

Fall River Advocate. 

Fall River and Sisson Stage Line. 

Fall River Band, Wm Strobe leader. 

Florin Bros, hardware, furniture, saw and 

planincr mills. 
Gilbert Rev (Christian). 
Grant C J, physician. 
Hall & KesseLring, saloon. 
Hollenbeak Rev W H (Baptist). 
Kueney M, meat market. 
Lewis jST, nursery. 
Long G VV'. livery. 
McArthur John, general store. 
Montgomery R C, hotel. 
Moores J E, hop grower. 
Penrose Cyrus, general store. 
Rose M P, lawyer. 
Rose M P & Co, land agents. 
Rowley Dr M M, druggist. 
Rowley & Dennis, general store. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, L M Dennis Agt. 
Winter I H, lawyer, flour mill. 



FAEES CITY. 

Fall River Mills. 



Shasta county. See 



FAR^flERSVIEEE. Founded in 
1867, is located on a branch of the Kaweah 
river, in Tulare county, 7 miles east of 
Visalia, the county seat and nearest bank, 
exp., tel. and shipping point, to which 
daily mail stages run, fare 50 cents. A 



flour mill utilizes water power of the creek. 
Population, 100. Shipments, live stock, 
grain and fruit. T. J. Brundage. P. M. 
Anderson B C, graiDe grower. 
Blake C F C, florist. 
Boggan L, teacher. 
Boggan S, teacher. 
Brown C P, hotel and blacksmith. 
Brimclag-e X J, General Store, Agricul- 
tural Implements, and Postmaster. 
Davis A J, stock raiser. 
Farrow E D, physician. 
Hart C C, apiarist. 
Hinds Wiley, stock raiser. 
Hulse J A, stock raiser, 
Hulse J H, constable. 
Lawless C B, dairy. 
Miles B, stock raiser. 
Miles E H, insurance agent. 
Ottson H J, flour mill. 
Pennebaker W G, fruit grower. 
Sather P, blacksmith. 
Sims W A, stock raiser. 
Steinman E, grape grower. 
Thomas J W, teacher. 
Thompson C, fruit grower. 
Van Horn F, grape grower. 
Van Loan C, grape grower. 



FAR:?IIXOT03r. A station on the 
Stockton Division S. P. R. R,, in San Joa- 
quin county, 19 miles east of Stockton, the 
county seat. It is quite a trading and ship- 
ping point for a rich agricultural country, 
and has several church organizations and a 
good school . Population. 350. Tel., W. U. 
Exp,, W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
Alders & Sharp (C M Alders, J Sharpe) 

saloon. 

Benton Herbert A, propr Farmington Hotel. 
Callaway A, saddler, 
Campbell T E, blacksmith. 
Dyke D, general store. 
Frost Haller C, agt W F k Co, and S P Co, 
Long & Owen (B F Long, J H Owen) general 
store, 

Rae Thomas H, blacksmith. 
Rice C E, tinner and plumber. 
Roblin H P, carpenter. 

Toda & Schrack (Julius Toda, H C Schrack) 

meat market. 
Weitz Louis, blacksmith. 
Wells, Fargo A: Co, H C Frost Agent. 
Wilkes J P. physician. 

Wright & Barr (O Wright, H Barr) saloon. 



FEETOI\. A postoffice on the Santa 
Cruz division of S. P. R. R,, in Santa Cruz 
county, 6 miles north of Santa Cruz, the 
county seat and banking point, Tlie chief 
interests here are redwood, lumber and lime. 



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Population, 250. Stages and telephone to 
Santa Cruz and Boulder Creek; stage fares, 
25 cents. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mai], daily. D. H. Rice, postmaster. 
Aram J H, agent S P Co. 
California Barrel Co (S F) J H Koster pres, 

stave mnfrs 
Camp Alice, teacher. 
Cassidy Mrs J, propr Creamer Hotel. 
Clements George, dairv. 
I>arl>y &, Rice, General Store. 
Drew W B, livery and constable. 
Favre A, laundry. 
Felton Water Works Co. 
Hayes I W^, propr Central Hotel, 
Hihn P A, brick mnfr. 
Holmes H T Lime Co (S F) lime kiln. 
Igo John, saloon. 
I X L Lime Co, lime kiln. 
Ley George, saloon. 
Rice I> H, Postmaster. 
Rodriguez Frank, barber and candies. 
Rountree A L, justice of the peace. 
Rubottom E J, blacksmith. 
Russell Wm, supt H T Holmes' Lime Co. 
Scott J A, carpenter. 
Skinner Miss Estelle, teacher. 
*Talbot W H, stock raiser. 
Trask J A, saloon. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, C H Winter 
Agent. 

Winter C H, general store. 

FE3fI\^ER STAXIOI^\ A station 
on the A. and P. R. R., in San Bernardino 
county, 200 miles northeast of San Bernar- 
dino, the county seat and nearest banking 
point. The postoffice for this station is at 
Providence, 23 miles west. 
Earl D W & Co (S F) forwarding merchants. 
McQuigg T D, sigent W F & Co. 



FERj^A]\I>0. Los Angeles counter. 
See San Fernando. 



FER::V1>A1L,E. is situated on the 
south side of Eel river valley, 6 miles from 
the ocean, in Pacific township, Humboldt 
county, 20 miles south of Eureka, the coun- 
ty seat, and 4| from Singley's station, on 
the Eel River and Eureka R. R. The town, 



which dates as a settlement from 1866, is 
now a prosperous trading point with saw and 
shingle-mills, cheese factory; 5 churches, 
Congregational, Methodist, Catholic, Ad- 
ventist and Danish Lutheran; public schools 
with 4 teachers aud 239 scholars, and Rob- 
erts' Hall with a seating capacity of 700. It 
has water- works, a volunteer fire depart- 
ment and a weekly newspaper, the Ferndale 
Enterprise. Population, 700. Tel., W^ U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone connection, 
with Eureka, which is the nearest banking 
point. Stages, to Singley's Station and Pe- 
trolia. Mail, daily, j. H. Trost, post- 
master. 

Alford Frank A, physician. 

Alford Wm B, druggist. 

American Stage Co, Barnes & Scott proprs. 

Barnes & Scott (Isaac B Barnes, Walter A 

Scott) livery. 
Berding A & Co (Arnold Berding, Henry C 

Blum) general store. 
Brien Joseph A, plumber. 
Brown Theodore H, blacksmith. 
Bugbee Mark, blacksmith. 
Calauchini Philip, saloon. 
Carr & Scotton (Edward B Carr, S Scotton) 

proprs Ferndale Enterprise. 
Coast Stage Line, Thomas Varian propr. 
Cunningham James P, propr Ferndale Hotel. 
Doe C A, propr American Hotel. 
Doe F H, livery. 

Dougherty James E, wagonmaker. 

Dunn Robert D, wagonmaker. 

Early Samuel C, carriages, etc. 

Faxon Mrs Josephine, dressmaker. 

Fennes«!y John T, horseshoer. 

Ferndale Enterprise, Carr & Scotton proprs. 

Ferndale Grange Business Assn, Henry H 

Moller mngr, general store. 
Ferndale Hotel, James P Cunningham propr. 
Foster John E, harnessmaker. 
Frost Thomas J, carpenter. 
Fuller Bros (Wm and Charles) coopers. 
Geisselman John, shoemaker. 
Glasscock A A, physician. 
Guptill George H, cooper. 
Hall Henry, blacksmith. 
Hart P F, lawyer. 

*Hart & Rogers (P F Hart, James Rogers) 
real estate. 

Humboldt Creamery Co, butter and cheese 
mnfrs. 

Kausen Adolph A, jeweler. 

Kausen Wm, music teacher. 

Kausen & Williams (Wm F Kausen, C Wil- 

. liams) tinware. 

Kennedy Rev Lawrence (Catholic). 
Kinsel K, carpenter. - ^ 

Lewis Mrs Mary, dressmaker. 
McBride Mrs James C, milliner. 



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McGregor Duncan, harnessmaker. 
Madseu Rev S H (Lutheran). 
Mathews Frank, painter. 
Meng Martin P, shoemaker. 
Miner Leander H, grocer and agent W F 
& Co. 

Monroe & Dougan, furniture. 

Patrick Zelotus B, meat market, 

Pixley John L, propr Pixley Hotel. 

Port Kenyon Mill Co, Henry H MoUer 

mngr, lumber mnfrs. 
Reis Wm, barber. 
Richmond Miss Maggie, teacher. 
Ring Hogan J, physician. 
Rosen Frederick, restaurant. 
Russ, Early & Williams (Ira A Russ, John 

M Early, Frank G Williams) general store. 
Simpson Rufus A, wagonmaker. 
Smith James, wall paper. 
Sweasy E, saloon. 

Talbot J C & Co, men's furnishings. 
Xrost Jolm H, Agent W U Tel Co 

and Postmaster. 
Trost & Ring- (John H Trost, Jacob 

H Ring) Druggists. 
Varian Thomas, propr Coast Stage Line. 
Wells, Farg-o & Co, L H Miner 

Agent. 

Williams Creek Mill, lumber mnfrs. 
Wilson Mrs Mattie, milliner. 
Wood Mrs Anna M, dressmaker. 
Woodward Rev I H (Methodist). 
Western Union Tel Co, J H Trost agent. 



FIEi:.I>'S I.A3fI>I3fO. A post- 
ofl&ce and an important shipping point in 
Humboldt county, 7 miles south of Eureka, 
the county seat, and on the line of the Eel 
river and Eureka R R. Telephone com- 
munication is maintained with Eureka, 
which is the nearest exp. , tel. and banking 
point. Tunis Haughwout, postmaster. 
Anderson A W, hotel. 
Smith F, hotel. 
Swanson 0, general store. 



FIt.L:?IORE. A postoffice on the S. 
P. R. R., in Ventura county, 26 miles east of 
Ventura, the county seat and nearest bank 
location. Population, 75. Tropical fruits 
are extensively grown, which with wheat, 
barley and vegetables are shipped. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone and 
daily stage, to Bardsdale. Mail, daily. E. 
B. Turner, postmaster. 
Arandale T, apiarist. 
Baker & Limberger, meat market. 
Bates F, supt Sespe Land & Water Co. 
Brereton & Co., agricultural implements. 
Brownell F, carpenter. 
Brownell Mrs, milliner. 

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Carr F, real estate. 

Dominguez Pamelo, shoemaker. 

Dunn K, grain dealer. 

Elkins C C, general store. 

Gilbert Stone Co, granite quarry. 

Goodenough J, carpenter. 

Goodrich G, cou tractor. 

Grimes Brice, grain dealer and notary. 

Grimes John, carpenter. 

Jepson R, teacher. 

Joy & Alee, blacksmiths. 

Kellogg NAM, stock raiser. 

Kerrick D, livery. 

Lacy T H, propr Fillmore Hotel. 

Limberger D, constable. 

Los Angeles Granite and Brown Stone Co, 

quarry proprs. 
Mclntire J, apiarist. 
Mack F, carpenter. 
Moore J & Co, saloon. 
Moore John, lawyer. 
Moore Wm, barber. 
Pierce J, painter. 
Robertson B, constable. 
Robertson & Co, grocers. 
Sespe Land and Water Co, F Bates supt. 
Sullival L M, restaurant. 
Surdam R G, fruit grower and real estate. 
Tighe George W, agent W F & Co and W U 

Tel Co. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, George W Tighe 
Agent 



FIRERAUOH. A postoffice on the 
San Joaquin river, in Fresno county, 48 miles 
via Madera west of Fresno City, the county 
seat and banking point, and 27 southwest of 
Madera, the shipping point and tel. office, to 
which there is a daily mail stage, fare S2.50. 
Cereals and hay are shipiseil. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. J. W. Schmitz, postmaster. 
Cedena JN", saloon. 
Chaorra P, saloon. 
Harrison J A, hotel. 
Miller & Lux, general store. 
Schmitz J W, Agent W F k Co, and 
Postmaster. 



FISH R<M:k:. a postoffice on the 
coast in Mendocino county, oO milei south- 
west of Ukiah, the county seat. The settle- 
ment contains a saw-mill, brick, tile and 
tem cotta works, and ships cordwood, 
fence posts, railroatl ties, lumber and terra- 
cotta ware. Population, ai). Daily stage to 
Cazadero, the nearest railroad station, fare 
$5; also to Point Arenas, fare p]xp., 
W. F. & Co. Tel., at ( iualala, .') miles s«)Utli. 
Mail, daily. A. M. Duncau, postrnastiT. 
Berry David, blacksmith. 
Brandt Georsre W. fruit errowpr 

Fruit Growers' Supplies. 
Graders, Screens, and 
Baskets of Galvanized Wire. 



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Centred Cal Lumber Co, saw mill. 

Co-operative Brick Tile and Terra Cotta Co. 

Corcoran M, fruit grower. 

]>ituca.ii A Notary Public and P M. 

Henry James, dairy. 

Guess Wilson, saloon. 

Patton T S, fruit grower. 

Queen C, propr Fish Rock landing. 

iiiieeii Sl I>i].ucaiii, General Store, Agts 
W F & Co. 

Quinliven M, fruit grower. 

Severance Benjamin, contractor. 

Wells, I'^'arg-o «fc Co, Queen and Dun- 
can Agents. 

FISHERlflAJ^'S BAY. A post- 
office in Sonoma count5% on the daily mail 
route from Cazadero to Westport, 22 miles 
northwest of the former, which is the near- 
est tel. and railroad station. Exp., Fisk's 
Mill. Nearest bank, at Santa Rosa. 
Byrne •fames. General Store, Black- 
smith and Postmaster. 



FISK'S MII^I^. In Sonoma county, 
located on the coast, 50 miles northwest of 
Santa Rosa, the county seat and banking 
point. Cazadero is the nearest railroad 
shipping point, 24 miles southeast, to which 
there is a daily stage. Population, 25. 
Ships tan-bark, wood and posts. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Mail, daily. E. Niebour, post- 
master. 

Anderson John, blacksmith. 

Brown K A, wool grower. 

Gould T J, blacksmith. 

Irwin N C, wool grower. 

Kruse Edward, general store. 

Lancaster A J, wool grower. 

Lancaster C B, stock raiser. 

Luttringer Joseph, hotel. 

McCappin James, stock raiser. 

Marshall Robert, constable. 

*riiel>oiir E, Agent Edward Kruse, W 

F & Co, and Postmaster. 
Piezzi Frank, dairy, 
Poz/i Romeo, dairy (Salt Point). 
Seawell Bros, wool growers. 
Walsh W J, stock raiser. 
Wells, y a,rgo &, Co, E Niebour Agent. 



E¥^EEI\'ER. A recently established 
postofiice in Modoc county, on the mail route 
from Lookout to Linkville, Or. Adin, 30 
miles southeast, is the nearest exp. office. 
Mail, weekly. 

IhMwnell D C, stock raiser. 
Cole Ed, stock raiser. 
Cole George, carpenter. 
Fleener S, stock raiser. 
Eleener S A, Stock Raiser and 
Fleener S T C, stock raiser. 
'^Heiidficks 11 C, Stock Raiser 

Asst Postmaster. 
McGrew James, stock raiser. 
Webb, F, stock raiser 
Woodmansee W H, stock raiser. 



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FI^OREIVCE. A postoffice at the 
junction of the San Pedro and Santa Ana 
branches of the S. P. R. R., in Los Angeles 
county, 6 miles south of Los Angeles, the 
county seat and nearest banking point. The 
settlement has a Methodist church, good 
school, 300 inhabitants, and ships grapes, 
fruits of all kinds, barley, wheat, rye and 
corn. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. 

Carter H S, General Store and P M. 
Clark Albert S, general store. 
Kohler & Frohling, wine mnfrs. 
Lane A, blacksmith. 

Sniaow W X, Agent W F & Co, W U 

Tel Co and S P Co. 
Wells, Earg-o & Co, W T Snidow Agt. 



EEORIN. In Sacramento county, on 
the.S. P. R. R.. 7 miles south of Sacramento, 
the county seat and banking point. The 
settlement, which was made in 1851, con- 
tains a Methodist church, 200' inhabitants, 
'and ships fruit and hay. Exp., W. F. ^ Co. 
Tel., at Sacramento. Mail, daily. Mrs. L. 
F. Eaton, postmaster. 
Ditson M S, fruit grower. 
Donovon Miss May, teacher. 
*Eatoii Ulrs E E, Agent S P Co, W 

F & Co, and Postmaster. 
Johns Rev W C (Methodist). 
Johnson C F, fruit grower. 
Jones G H, saloon. 
Lea Isaac, fruit grower. 
Lyon E L, general store. 
McCormick T, blacksmith. 
Neely Wm, fruit grower. 
Oppenheim E, fruit grower. 
Reese D, fruit grower. 
Reese John, constable. 
Robinson W H, fruit grower. 
Rutter James, fruit grower. 
Smith W C, fruit grower. 
Smith W C & Son, general store. 



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Towle C, fruit grower. 
Troutman A, meat market. 
Wells, Fargo & Co, Mrs L F Eaton, 
Agent. 

Whitman H C, blacksmith. 



Ft.ORISXOiir. Nevada county. See 
Bronco. 

FtrOWIiVO A station on 

the S. P. R. R., in San Diego county, 26 
miles northwest of Glamis, the nearest mail 
office. 

CITY. In Sacramento 
county, on the Placerville division S. P. E. 
R., 22^ miles northeast of Sacramento, and 
112northeastof San Francisco. Largegranite 
quarries are in tVie vicinity and the land gen- 
erally is Avell adapted to fruit. Methodist 
and Catholic churches are sustained, and 1 
school with 2 teachers and 200 scholars. A 
newspaper, the Telegraph, is issued Satur- 
days. Population, 1,200. Principal ship- 
ments, granite, wood, butter, hay and grain . 
The branch state prison is located miles 
distant on the American river, and the con- 
victs are chiefly employed in the quarries 
near by. All communications should be ad- 
dressed to State Prison P. 0., Sacramento 
county. Stages to Green Valley, Mormon 
Island and Salmon Falls. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. C. L. Ecklon, 
postmaster. 

Addison Stephen, lumber dealer. 
Alexander A, grocer. 
American Exchange, .J A Graham propr. 
Anderson Hartford, justice of the peace. 
Anderson J W, supt Orange Vale Coloniza- 
tion Co. 

AuU Charles, warden State Prison. 

Barr Benjamin F, carpenter. 

Bates Benjamin F, dentist. ' 

Bird J W, photographer. 

Blanchard James E, teacher. 

Borges Antonio A, barber. 

Brown & Yager (J Brown, Peter Yager) 

hardware. 
Burke M H, saloon. 

Burnham James H, banker, druggist and 

agt W F & Co. 
Cohn Abraham, grocer. 
Cohn Simon & Co (Simon and Philip C Cohn) 

grocers. 
Cooney M, saloon. 
Cox J P, grocer. 

Crandall G G, commissary State Prison. 
Cunningham W W, postmaster and notary 

public State Prison. 
Dains H M & Son, blacksmith. 
Davis W 0, constable. 



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Donnelly E J, lawyer. 
Dormorly Wm, meat market. 
Eagle Thomas B, physician. 
Ecklon C ILi, Postmaster. 
Fcklou & ^ons. Meat Market. 
Edelman Gus, shoemaker. 
Fiel Mrs J, general store. 
Folsom Weekly Telegraph, T J McFarlan 
propr. 

Foster Miss Kate, livery. 
Foster Stephen, lumber dealer. 
Graham J A, propr American Exchange 

Hotel. ^ 
Hawk IST, saloon. 
House John L, marble works. 
Houston Noah, carpenter. 
Houx John L, druggist. 
Humbert P A, civil engineer. 
Hunt Rev J (Catholic). 
Hyman Jacob, general store. 
Imhoff George, hardware. 
Imhoff & Mars (0 Imhoff, C Mars) meat 

market. ® ^ 

Joerger Louis, shoemaker. 
Jolly Charles H, grocer. 
Jones Edward A, restaurant. 
Jordan Charles, carpenter. 
Kenney Joseph, ageut W UTel Co and S PCo. 
Klumpp Louis, saloon. 
Laguard Louis, saloon and restaurnnt. 
Levy Edward R, saloon. 
McComber John K, livery and constable. 
McFarland Thad J, propr Folsom Weekly 

Telegraph. 
McNamee E, saloon. 
Mars Amasa W, carpenter. 
Miller EmiJ, grocer. 
Miller Jacob, furniture and undertaker. 
Morse R N, draughtsman. 
Murphy R J, captain of the guard State 

Prison. 

New Western Hotel, Charles Zimmerman. 
Odom Francis M, blacksmith. 
Orange Vale Colonization Co, J W Anderson 
supt. 

Perry Manoal, l)lacksmith. 
Roselle F, barber. 
Rutherford E C, painter. 
Shannon Mrs J, restaurant. 
Schiller George H, harncssmaker. 
Slay back C M, physician. 
Smith Brainard F, warden's sec State Prison. 
Smith R J, l)Iacksmith. 
Spaulding Miss Addie, teacher. 
Stamper & Honig, dry goods and clothing. 
*Sturges Cliarles H, clerk in postolHoc. 
Stiirgfcw •IniMON II, Justice, Jeweler 

and Asst Postmaster. 
Tong (iilbcrt, carpenter. 
Walters Rev (\ G (Methodist). 
Webber Charles, harnossniakfr. 

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Woodman F M, civil engineer. 
Zimmerman Charles, propr New Western 
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FORBESTOWN. A mining camp 
in Butte county, 24 miles east of Oroville, 
the county seat, to which there is a daily 
stage, fare |2.5i); also to Clipper Mills, 7 
miles east, fare |1 . Several quartz and one 
saw-mill are in operation. Principal ship- 
ments, gold. Population, 300. Tel., exp. 
and bank at Oroville. Mail, tri-weekly. 
I. W. Vail, postmaster. 
*Anderson A E. 

Bobarts & Kendall, mine proprs. 

Burrough (Jharles, general store. 

Clements J, hotel. 

Edgeman Daniel, mine propr. 

Faulkner A, blacksmith and hotel. 

Faulkner S, livery. 

Garton Lewis, hotel. 

Hawkett A, propr Sagamore mine. 

Lague D, shoemaker. 

Livezey John, carpenter. 

Mullings Wm, mine propr. 

Murch & Gwynn, mine proprs. 

Nickerson, Vail & Belding, proprs Shakes- 
pear mine and mill. 

Nickerson & Co, proprs Golden Queen mine. 

Parsons G F, carpenter. 

Patterson John, propr Golden Bank mine and 
mill. 

Payton Joseph, saloon. 

Plaskett Wm, saw mill. 

Price J P, constable. 

Smith Rev (Methodist) 

Strouse C, meat market. 

"Vail I IV, Cigars, Notions, Justice of 

Peace and Postmaster. 
Vail I W & Son, Druggists. 
Williams N S & Co, mine and mill proprs# 
Wilson H, painter. 



FORESX CITY. A gold mining town 
settled in 1852 in Sierra county, 7 miles by 
trail and 13 by road, south of Downieville, 
the county seat, and 33 northeast of Nevada 
City, the nearest shipping point. It contains 
450 inhabitants, Methodist and Catholic 



churches, and a good school. Mail stages, to 
Mountain House and Alleghany daily. Tel. , 
W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Michael P. 
Crant, postmaster. 

Bayles Watson, news agent and livery. 
Bosch F, saloon. 

Bradbury & McNaughton, meat market. 
Campion J E, shoemaker. 
Claire Rev James (Catholic). 
Daniels Frank, shoemaker. 
Darling Rev C (Methodist). 
Derickson 6 F, general store. 
Ellis Thomas, cigars and notions. 
Grant Henry, dry goods. 
Orant Micliael I*, Postmaster. 
*Heintzen Charles, banker, hardware, grocer- 
ies, agent W F & Co and W U Tel Co. 
Henderson & Goodwin, hotel. 
Hooper W N, hotel. 

New Discovery G M Co, C Heintzen supt. 

Redmond & Culbert, saloon. 

Ruby G M Co, J Colman supt. 

Saxton C P, physician and druggist. 

Seitz F W, dry goods. 

South Fork GM Co, E A Meiley supt. 

The Bald Mountain Extension G M Co, W 
Meikle supt. 

Wayland Wm, cigars and notions. 

Wells, Farg-o A: Co, Charles Heint- 
zen Agent. 

West & Clute, saloon. 



FOREST HIEI^. A mining camp 
dating from 1856, located in Placer county, 
22 miles northeast of Auburn, the county 
seat, and 12 southeast of Colfax, the nearest 
station, although goods can be shipped via 
either. It has 2 saw-mills. Methodist and 
Catholic churches are sustained. Population, 
600. Shipments, gold, with some fruit and 
grapes. Daily mail stages, to Michigan 
Bluff, Colfax and Auburn. C. A. Bilkey, 
postmaster. 

Albrecht C, general store. 
Allen E, carpenter. 
Benfeldt Mrs, saloon. 

Bilkey C A, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, 

etc, and Postmaster. 
Chappellett F, mine supt. 
Crockett H, saloon. 
Dardanelles G M Co, J Hamilton supt. 
Dilts & Hoffner, blacksmiths. 
Dodge M H, banker, druggist, grocer, and 

agent W F & Co. 
Ferguson Mrs S, dressmaker. 
Forest Hill Divide G M Co. 
Garrison J G, general store. 
■ Golden River G M Co. 
Hamilton J, supt Dardanelles G M Co. 
Hill J, saloon. 
Hoffman F, saloon. 



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Ho watt J, hotel 

Jones E, N, physician. 

Kline H, barber. 

La Baree J, physician. 

Live Oak G M Co, F Chappellet supt. 

Lockhart J, livery. 

Lowell N T, fruit grower. 

McElevee Miss Mamie, teacher. 

Maulbach & Beckstrum, brewers. 

May Flower G M Co, F Chappellet supt. 

Morehead A, meat market. 

Myers C G, justice of the peace. 

Neal R, agent W U Tel Co. 

O'Reilly Rev M (Catholic). 

Orr D, saloon. 

Rea Wm, hotel and livery. 

Rea & Cowan, stage proprs. 

Rea & Fenning, saw mill. 

*Read A G, clothing and notions. 

Reamer James, carpenter. 

Rember L, general store. 

Rozsas H, physician. 

Ruedy A, physician. 

Smith J F, dentist. 

Spencer & Sellier, saw mill. 

Stetson J, carpenter. 

Stone I, blacksmith. 

Sugar Pine Co, saw mill. 

Thomas Richard, barber. 

Wells, *'arg-o & Co, M H Dodge Agt. 

Wetherbee J B, shoemaker. 

FOKEST home:. A postoffice in 
Amador county, 18 miles via daily mail 
northwest of Jackson, the county seat, and 
S south of Latrobe, the nearest shipping 
point. Nearest banking point, Folsom City. 
Hay, barley and wheat are shipped. Exp. 
and tel., Latrobe. Mail, daily. 
Bryan Thomas, general store. 
Fisher B, hotel and Mdne mnf r. 



FOREST RANCH. A postoffice 
in Butte county, 10 miles northeast of Chico, 
the nearest tel., exp., banking and shipping 
point, from whence it receives a tri- weekly 
mail. 



FORESTVIEI.E. In Sonoma coun- 
ty, on the Guerneville branch S. F. & N. P. 
R. R., 10 miles west of Santa Rosa, the 
county seat, and 64 north of San Francisco. 
The village has Methodist and Christian 
churches, and 100 inhabitants. Telephone 
communication with surrounding towns and 
San Francisco. Bank and tel. facilities at 
the county seat. Exp., W. F. k Co. Mail, 
daily. 

Cla,rlc Wm. E, general store and post- 
master. 
Fandrer S F, chair mnfr. 



Fletcher & Weir, blacksmiths. 

Foster Mrs D A, hotel. 

Graham & Smith, blacksmiths. 

Weir James G, carpenter. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, W L Clark Agt. 



FORKS OF r¥EW RIVER. 

Trinity county. See Francis. 



FORKS OF SAE:?I03f. Located 
on the Salmon river in Siskiyou county, 74 
miles southwest of Yreka, the county seat 
and shipping station. Population, 25. Mail, 
weekly. 

Bennett W P, general store. 



FORKS OF S.mXH RITER. 

Del Norte Co. See Gasquet. 



FORT CROOK. 

See Swasey. 



Shasta county. 



FORT BI1>WEEE. Is situated at 
the extreme northern end of Surprise valley, 
in Modoc county, 50 miles northeast of Altu- 
ras, the county seat. A U. S. garrison is 
located here, with government buildings and 
residences for the olHcers, and the town, 
which contains 450 inhabitants, exclusive of 
the garrison, has a church, good school, and 
a water-power grist mill. Daily mail stage 
to Liegan, in Lassen county, the presont ter- 
minus of the N. C, O. I{. R. Tel., govern- 
ment. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. J. 
M. Sanders, postmaster. 
Allen Frank, tailor. 
Ayres & Bucher, Hour mill. 
Biodgett W I), teacher. 
Bourne William, constable. 
MroM'ite 1> ^ 4'o, ( Jeneral Store and 

Agent \V F & Co. 
Coiiiiiier<>ial liiMiirain'e Vi» of 

<^al, D V lirovvne & Co Agents. 
Costello E, tailor. 
Crainor Wni, veterinary surgeon. 
Crumi) T A, stage propr. 
Fries W B, baker. 
Fulcher Max, brewery. 
Harbert Thomas, nursery. 
Jefferson W, carpenter. 



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the-Sea. Is a recently established postoffice 
in Orange county on the S. C. R. R., 25 
miles southeast of Santa Ana, the county 
seat and nearest banking point. Nearest 
exp. office, Capistrano. Tel., W. U. Mail, 
daily. 

Farrell JT W, Grocer and Postmaster. 
Peek W B, agent W U Tel Co, railroad agt. 
Sharp John, dairy. 



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Kaffader John, blacksmith. 
Lachmann Benjamin, general store. 
Lowell AC*- Co, general store. 
McConnaughy R, F, stock raiser. 
Messner J, saloon. 
Miller Miss, teacher. 
Patterson T J, agent W U Tel Co. 
Poor James W, livery. 
Rice 0, saw mill. 

*Rinn Thomas, druggist, justice and lawyer. 
Sanders S M, Justice of the Peace and 

Postmaster. 
Schadler A, carpenter. 
Schadler D, carpenter. 
Small Bros, stage proprs. 
Spargur H L, lawyer. 
Thompson Wm, saloon. 
Tonningsen A T, hotel. 
Tonningsen John, meat market. 
Tonningsen N P, saw mill. 
Van Coughnet Bros & Co, blacksmiths. 
Wakeman C, physician. 
Wells, Targo & Co, D P Browne & 

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FORX ItRAOO. An incorporated 
city containing a population of 1,000; is 
located on the coast, in Mendocino county, 
65 miles northwest of Ukiah, the county 
seat, and 11 north of Mendocino, the near- 
est bank location. There are Baptist, Pres- 
byterian and Catholic churches, and a news- 
paper, the Fort Bragg Advocate, which is 
published weekly. Principal shipments, 
lumber and tan bark. Daily mail stages, to 
Cazadero, Westport and intermediate towns. 
Communication is also maintained with San 
Francisco hv the Pacific Coast S. S. Co. 
Exp., W. F & Co. Tel., W. U. Eri Hug- 
gins, postmaster. 
Aulin Charles, hotel. 
Barnard L, stage propr. 
Brown Richard M, bottler. • 
Buchaltz Bros, saloon. 
Bivrbeck Charles L, real estate. 
Butler Thomas, baker. 
Cambpell & Ferguson, carpenters. 
Carmichael A F, carpenter. 
Cooper & Weller, stock raisers. 
Donahue Harry, saloon. 
Fort Brasrg Advocate. 



Fort Bragg Building and Loan Assn, F A 
Whipple sec. 

Fort Bragg Redwood Co, Otis R Johnson 
pres, Thomas L Johnson sec, lumber, gen- 
eral store and agts W U Tel Co. 

Fort Bragg Water Co, F A Whipple sec. 

Gregor Miss L G, dressmaker. 

Higgins Charles P, physician and dentist. 

Muggins Eri, Agt W F & Co and P M. 

Jefierson & Dixon (Alexander Jefferson and 
Wm G Dixon) meat market. 

Johnson House, A Williamson propr. 

Josseljm & Co, blacksmiths. 

Kammerer Frederick, barber. 

Kennupi I, hotel. 

Ketchum John, saloon. 

Leiser L & Co, general store. 

Little Valley Mill Co, lumber mnfrs. 

McColIums Alexander, saw mill. 

McMuUen S W, saloon. 

Marks Solomon, general store. 

Milliken H F, hardware. 

Murray Timothy, propr White House Hotel 

Pacific Coast S S Co, Fort Bragg 
Redwood Co. Agents. 

Packard Justin E, watchmaker. 

Pardry Joseph, blacksmith. 

Perry J E, photographer. 

Pudding Creek Lumber Co, saw mill. . 

Randolph John W, hotel. 

I?eid Samuel J, druggist and physician. 

Roche Robert, saloon. 

Starr Jack, saloon and restaurant. 

Surrhuyne W J, laundry. 

Switzer & Colbert (George Switzer, Peter 
Colbert) undertakers and livery. 

Tucker J L, painter. 

Victor John, propr Victor's House. 

Weller H A, notary public. 

Weller H A & Co, general store. 

Wells, Farg-o Sc Co, Eri Huggins, 
Agent. 

Whipple Frank A, justice and ins agent. 

White House Hotel, Timothy Murray, propr. 

White John A, saloon. 

Williamson A, propr Johnson House. 

Wintzer Julius, general store. 

Woodruff James, constable. 



FORT .JOIVES. An important bus- 
iness center and incorporated town on Scott 
River, Siskiyou county, 18 miles southwest 
of Yreka, the county seat, and 24 southwest 
of Montague, the nearest railroad shipping 
point. The town contains a roller flouring 
mill, a bank, Methodist, Catholic and Con- 
gregational churches, and a weekly news- 
paper, the Scott Valley News. Important 
gold mines in the vicinity. Population, 
500. Daily mail stages, to Etna, $1.50; 
Yreka, $1.50, and Montaeue, $2; also, to 



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Scott's Bar, tri- weekly, fare |2. Tel., W. 
U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. A. 
B. Carlock, postmaster. 
Basham H B, general store. 
Beem A A, livery. 
Beem M C, notary public. 
Bills Jacob, saloon. 
Blockwell Charles, barber. 
Carlock A B, Banker, Insurance, Agent 
W F & Co, W U Tel Co, and Postmaster. 
Carlock & Reynolds, real e<*tate. 
Clark L D, propr Scott Valley News. 
Coalman J E, milliner. 
Courts J R,, propr Western Hotel. 
Cowan C S, physician. 
Cusie James, tailor. 

Davidson A F, carpenter and town marshal. 

Diggles H J, general store. 

Eldridge John B, mine propr. 

Feibush Louis, jeweler and notions. 

Goodale W, saw mill. 

Hall Charles T, carpenter. 

Hartley Charles, blacksmith. 

Heller Louis, photographer. 

Henderson John, saloon. 

Jordan W A, carpenter. 

Karlensey D W, shoemaker. 

Kunz F, furniture and undertaker. 

Kunz & Dudley, blacksmiths. 

McG-rath Rev C C (Catholic). 

McG-uire M J, justice of the peace. 

Mathews J F, meat market. 

Meamber A, express. 

Newton J, physician. 

Paxton J L, plasterer. 

Pereira Manuel, saw mill. 

Reichman E F & Co, hardware. 

Reynolds J A, lawyer. 

Rodda Rev R (Methodist). 

Schroeder & Werner, mine proprs. 

Scott Valley News, L D Clark propr. 

Slater M, dairy. 

Thomas J E, town clerk. 

Walker B F, general store. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, A B Carlock Agt. 

Wheeler J W, general store. 



FOItX RO$$$$. Supposed to be the 
oldest settlement in the state, is located on 
the coast in Sonoma county, 40 miles north- 
west of Santa Rosa, the county seat, 65 
northwest of San Francisco by ocean, and 100 
by land, and 13 west of Cazadero, the near- 
est railroad point, from which it receives a 
daily mail. San Francisco is the banking 
point. A fort was erected here bv the Rus- 
sians in 1812, which is still standing. Pro- 
ductions of the neighborhood, butter, apples, 
beef, wood and lumber. Apples grown here 
excel in size and quality. Population, 55. 
Tel.,W. U. Exp.,W. F. &Co. Mail, daily. 



Brooks John S, justice of the peace. 
Call O IV, Dairy, Stock Raiser, Ware- 
house, and Postmaster. 
Gould James A, painter. 
Morgan Bros, hotel. 

Morgan W C, general store, agent W F & 

Co, and W CJ Tel Co. 
Musset F A, blacksmith. 
Ruoff John, general store (Timber Cove). 
Sartori & Doda, dairy. 
Thompson James, stevedore. 



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FORTU]^A. A postoffice in Hum- 
boldt county, formerly known as Slide, on 
the Eel River and Eureka R. R., 18 miles 
south of Eureka, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Lumbering and farming are the 
chief industries. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., 
W. U. Mail, daily. 
Anderson Rev C (Methodist). 
Bryan Bros, saw mill. 
Cousin E & Co, general store. 
Crall H C, cigars, etc. 
Davis & Davis, general store. 
Dinkelspiel A, general store. 
Felt Mrs T D, drugs. 
Greig Thomas G, livery. 
Hoftman Daniel, carpenter. 
Johnston Robert, blacksmith. 
Kellogg E D, agent W F & Co and E R and 

ERR. 
Kelsey & Noble, saloon. 
Lane H, hotel. 
Lamb Bros, meat market. 
Largent Rev J M (Christian). 
*I?Ic]\Mlty I^Irs 15, Stationery, Notions, 

and Postmaster. 
Maurer J L, general store. 
Monroe John, soda water mnfr. 
Mudgett D, saloon. 
Murphy Wyman, saw mill. 
Swett C, saloon. 
Swortzell Williams, saw mill. 
Thompson James, mason . 
Wait B L Jr, harnessmaker. 
Wells, Fargo A: i'o, E D Kellogg Agt. 

FOSTKR'N RA.^€'II. Shasta coun- 
ty. See Cottonwood. 

FOIJI\ TAIli Sl»Ri:\CSN. A dis- 
continued postotHce in Tuhiro county. 1 1 
miles south of Piano. Population, 25. Ship- 
ping, tel., exp. and banking point Portcrville. 

FOl'RTII €'R<>S!«ii:\<i}. A discon- 
tinued ])ostotlicc in ("alavoras county. 5 
miles southeast of San Androa«, the county 
seat, and 11 southeast of Valley Sprinir. tlif 
nearest station. Tel., exp. and bank facili- 
ties at the county seat. 

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FOUXS SPRIi^OS. The location 
of mineral springs on Stony creek, in Colusa 
county, 24 miles west of Sites, the nearest 
railroad, shipping, exp. , and tel. point, and 
50 west of Colusa, the county seat. Mail 
stages, tri-weekly to the former, fare $3. 
Bank at Willows. 
Caldwell J C, fruit grower. 
*F"oiits Joliii l-^. Hotel, Livery and 

Postmaster. 
Nicolaus James, gardener. 
Ryan Wm, stage propr. 
Smith J L, lumber mnfr. 



FOWI^ER. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., in Fresno county, 10 miles southeast of 
Fresno City, the county seat. It is quite a 
shipping point for raisins, fruit and wheat, 
being the center of an excellent raisin, grape 
and orchard section. The village contains a 
Presbyterian church, good school and 150 
inhabitants. Nearest bank at Selma, 5 J 
miles southeast. Stages to Oleander and 
Easton. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Mail, daily. J. S. Manley, postmaster. 
Brunton E W, agent W F & Co, W U Tel 

Co and S P Co. 
Craig & St George, saloon. 
Dean T H, grain dealer. 
Donahoo B F, barber. 
Gentry J S, hotel. 
Griffin Rev G C (Presbyterian). 
Hastie J W, livery. 
Horn P, blacksmith. 
Jarrett Dr E V, druggist. 
Kirby C K, grape grower. 
Koble & Thompson, grain dealers. 
Knight G W', well borer. 
Kuhn & Voice, hotel. 

Kutner, Goldstein & Co, general store and 

insurance agents. 
*]flaiiley S, Postmaster. 
Peck P F, constable. 
Pratt E L, dairy. 

I*ratt &, nianley. General Store and 

Insurance Agents. 
Raymond Fred, blacksmith. 
San Joaquin Lumber Co, lumber dealers. 
Sheat J B, grain dealer. 
Skelton H S, meat market. 
Smith I, wagonmaker. 



Wells, Farg-o & Co, E W Brunton 
Agent. 



FKAI^CIS. A weekly mail postoffice 
and mining locality, in Trinity county, on 
New river, 80 miles east of Areata, its ship- 
ping point, and 123 northwest of Redding. 
Nearest exp. office. Junction City. Bank, at 
Weaverville. W. J. Nichols, postmaster. 
Brizard A, General Store and Mining 

Supplies. 



Fit ATVKMN. A postoffice in Sacra- 
mento county, 15 miles south of Sacramento 
City, and 6 southwest of Elk Grove, the 
nearest exp. and tel. office. Bank at Sacra- 
mento. Mail, daily. It is 3 miles east of 
the Sacramento river, in an exceedingly fer- 
tile section, producing grapes and fruits of 
all kinds, while it also has a number of 
large-scale dairies. Richland, on the river, 
is its shipping point. 
Anderson Thomas, blacksmith. 
Beckley P R, hotel. 
Lytle F M, blacksmith. 
Schlutius H, saloon. 



FRAZI£R. A postoffice in Tulare 
county, 5 miles north of Porterville, the 
nearest exp., tel., banking and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. 



FKEEPORX. A postoffice on the 
Sacramento river, in Sacramento county, 8 
miles south of Sacramento, the county seat, 
tel. , exp. and banking point. It has 35 in- 
habitants, and ships fruit and vegetables. 
Mail, daily. 

Kirtland Bros, blacksmiths. 
Miller C R, carpenter. 
Myers C, carpenter. 

""Rielil IP O, General Store and P M. 
Robbert & Dwyer, brick mnfrs. 



FREESTOI^'E. A postoffice and sta- 
tion on the N. P. C. R. R., in Sonoma 
county, 14 miles southwest of Santa Rosa, 
the county seat and banking point, to which 
there are daily stages. It has Methodist 
and Presbyterian churches. Population, 
180. The village is nearly a mile from the 
railroad. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Mail, daily. Ira T. Ward, postmaster. 
Appelton Rev (Presbyterian). 
Blake E, agt W F & Co and N P C R R. 
Blitme F O, justice of the peace. 
Cain James, carpenter. 
Fuller Charles E, shingle mill. 
Gentry W, fruit and wool grower. 
Grady J O, meat market. 
Johnson John P, hotel. 



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Meeker Bros, lumber mnfr. 

Palla & Crague, general store. 

Palmer A B, carpenter. 

Perry H R, saloon and constable. 

Schoenagel S, tanner. 

Ward Ira X, General Store and P M. 

Zilhart W H, blacksmith. 



fre:^ch bar. 

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Stanislaus county. 



FRE^TCH CA:fII». In San Joaquin 
county, on the S. P. Pt. R., 6 miles south of 
Stockton, the county seat, shipping, tel., 
€xp., and banking point. * The village con- 
tains a Methodist church, 50 inhabitants, 
and ships wheat. Mail, daily. W. S. Bel- 
den, postmaster. 
Copland Pvev H (Methodist). 
Cutting L, poultry breeder. 
Dorland B, poultry breeder. 
Gill J, blacksmith. 
Hacreus H, saloon. 
Hubbs P C, hotel. 
Newcomb G, blacksmith. 
Thomas E, hotel. 
Umlaugh Mrs D, general store. 
Woodward F J, justice of the peace. 



FRE3fCH CORRAI.. In Nevada 
county, 16 miles northwest of Nevada City, 
the county seat, 18 northwest of Grass Val- 
ley, and 30 northeast of Marys ville, which 
are all shipping stations. Population, 150. 
Gold and all varieties of fruits are shipped. 
Nearest exp. office, Sweetland; tel., North 
San .Juan; bank, Nevada City. Stages to 
Marysville, Downieville, Nevada City and 
intermediate towns. Mail, daily. 
Carmichael James, shoemaker. 
Dahlberg A R, saloon. 
Barneal Bros, General Store. 
Barneal 31, Postmaster. 
Dockum G M Co. 
Esperance G M Co. 
Pitzsimon P B, saw mill. 
Kulhman .John, hotel. 
McNeil Rev. 

*Miller N C, notary public. 
>Mchols G M Co. 
Eed Ledge G M Co. 
Slide Quartz M Co. 



FRE^fCH OUECH. Located in 
1849, on Clear creek, a water-power stream 
in Shasta county, 20 miles northwest of Red- 
ding, the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. It is on the daily mail stage line be- 
tween the latter place and Weaverville, It 
has a Catholic church. Population, 200. 
Gold mining is the chief interest. Tel., W. 



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U. Exp., W. F. <fe Co. Mail, daily. Hat- 
tie L Hubbard, postmaster. 
America G M Co. 
B ,>wer Henry, shoemaker. 
Feeney R, hotel. 
Fox H, hotel. 

Franck E F <fe Co, general store. 
Gladstone G M Cu. 
Highland G M Co. 

H[u1>1>arcl Hattie E, Notions and P 2>I. 

Jay-I-See G M Co. 

King L. saloon. 

Mason F, carpenter. 

Murray Bros, meat market and saloon. 

New America G M Co. 

Niagsira G M Co. 

Osborn k. Cummings, mine projjrs. 
Plumb Mayne, agent W F k. Co. 
Plumb M i; C S, general store. 
ReiUy Rev (Catholic). 
Thompson R J, physician. 
Washington G 5l Co. 
Wheeler G M Co. 

FRESHWATER. A logging town 
of considerable importance, is located in 
Humboldt county, 8 miles southeast of 
Eureka, the county seat. It is on the Ex- 
celsior Redwood Co.'s R. R. Besides the 
lumber interests, farming is carried on to a 
considerable extent. Stages twice a day to 
Eureka, which is the nearest tel., exp. and 
banking point. Mail, daily, George F. 
Shinn, postmaster. 
Basford James, ])arber. 
Bradigan P, tailor. 
Couer Alex, General Store. 
Excelsior Redwood Co, David Evans supt 

shingle mill. 
Foster M C, stage propr. 
Hammer John, shoemaker. 
Hodgkins Leander, saloon. 
Lewis & Graham, saloon. 
McAlleman P, general store and Saloim. 
Shields Henry, hotel. 
Thompson & Spear, meat market. 

FRES.^'O Fresno City is sit- 

uated on the S. P. R. R., 20() miles south- 
east of San Francisco, and in almost the 
exact center of Fresno county, of whicli it 
is the county seat. Its growth dates from 
the autumn of 1872; and the first year it 
consisted of a few rough shanties for trade 
and dwellings, around an ecjually rude rail- 
road depot. In 1874, the county seat was 
removed tlicnce from Milleiton, an<l the 
beautiful and commodious ciAirt-house, wliich 
still adorns the city, was built at a cost of 
§70,000. For the first 6 or 7 years, Fresno's 
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progress around in matters of irrigcition, 
and planting of orchards and vineyards, that 
soon stimulated its interests and progress. 
In 1880, the town contained about 1,100 in- 
habitants; then a new start was given, that 
in six years increased the population to 
5,000. In 1885, Fresno was incorporated a 
city of the 5th class, governed by a board of 
trustees; since then its progress has been 
still more rapid, bringing its present popu- 
lation up to 10,000, and causing it to be the 
third largest commercial depot in the state. 
For some time it had but one railroad but 
now a branch road leads to the eastern moun- 
tains and far south, near the foot-hills, into a 
vast region of grain, lumber and minerals. 
Another projected railroadfromthe west, the 
Page-Wilbur-Paulsell R. R., is now graded 
to within a dozen miles of the city, that is 
to give it a new route, both to San Francisco 
and to the fa'' East. Other new lines are 
projected, which when built will make 
Fresno one of the leading railroad centers of 
the state. The city has also a daily stage, 
connecting with King's River, 17 miles east; 
Oleander, 7 miles south; a semi-weekly, to 
White's Bridge, 20 miles; Toll House, 31 
miles, and weekly to Hamptonville, Thermal, 
Auberry, Lodge and Deseret. Fresno has 
good religious and educational institutions, 
nine religious denominations — the Episcopal, 
North and South Methodists, Baptist, Con- 
gregational, Presbyterian, Catholic, Chris- 
tian and. Adventist. All of these have 
commodious churches, and are growing pros- 
perously. The city at present contains 
1,300 children of school age, with an average 
attendance of 900, and has for its corps of 
teachers, a principal, vice-principal, and 27 
subordinates; it has three fine school-houses, 
which cost $15,000 each, and two popular 
kindergarten schools. The press of Fresno 
is represented by the veteran Expositor, 
daily and weekly (B. ); Republican, daily and 
weekly (R.); Inquirer, weekly (Ind.); and 
CAa^ (society), all able papers, with a large 
and rapidly increasing circulation. The city 
is well represented by the various bodies of 
social and secret societies; an encampment 
of Odd Fellows, 2 lodges of Knights of 
Pythias, a lodge each of the Free and Ac- 



cepted and Royal Arch Masons, and a com- 
mandery of Knights Templar; it also has a 
lodge of Good Templars, a G-. A. R. Post, a 
parlor of the Native Sons and another of the 
Native Daughters, 2 groves of the Ancient 
Order of Druids, a lodge of the Order of 
United Workingmen, a chapter of the East- 
ern Star, a lodge of Knights and Ladies of 
Honor, a post of the Blue and Gray Veter- 
ans, the first ever organized, a council of the 
order of Chosen Friends, a Young Men's 
Christian Association, a Woman's Christian 
Temperance Union, and several other moral 
and religious institutions. The new Y. M. 
C. A. Building, in course of construction, at 
a cost of $30,000, will be the best appointed 
in the state. The city has also an efficient 
Board of Trade, allied with the State Board 
of Trade, doing much for the progress of city 
and county. There are 5 large popular 
hotels— the Grand Central, Southern Pacific, 
Ogle House, The Kohler, Hughes Hotel, 
Tombs House and The Pleasanton. Here is- 
also a large and attractive Masonic Temple, 
two Opera Houses, an Armory Hall, a new 
City Hall, and an imposing jail building just 
completed. It maintains an efficient volun- 
teer fire department, with two excellent 
steam engines. It has large gas works, and 
an electric light plant of 100 lights; excel- 
lent water is distributed through the city 
from 4 wells and cisterns of a capacity of 
1,500,000 gallons per day; it also has an ex- 
tensive telephone system. It has 3 horse- 
car roads in operation, and charters for 
several more; these are all designed to lead 
out into the vineyards and orchards on all 
sides of the city. The city is also construct- 
ing an extensive system of sewerage, at a 
cost of $100,000, and has now in process the 
paving with concrete cement of the greater 
part of its business streets. For its private 
industries Fresno has 2 planing mills, 2 ma- 
chine shops, 1 flour mill with a capacity of 
200 barrels per day, 4 carriage factories, 3 
lumberyards, 7 grain warehouses with a capa- 
city of 30,000 tons, 4 immense fruit-packing 
houses that employ over 1,500 hands dur- 
ing the fruit season, and soap works. It 
has in operation the First National Bank, 
with $100,000 paid-up capital, and a circula- 
tion which in three years^has increased from 
$118,000 to $536,000 and a surplus of $100,- 
000; the Farmers' Bank, with a paid-up 
capital of $200,000, and a surplus of $40,000; 
the Fresno Loan and Savings Bank, with a 
paid-up capital of $300,000; the Bank of 
Central California, with -a paid-up capi- 
tal of $120,000; and the Fresno Nation- 
al Bank, with a capital of $200,000, paid 
up. These banks have lately established 



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a Clearing House Exchange, with a daily 
business of about 850,000. Fresno has 
at present 4 of the finest bank buildings, 
not less than 60 large brick business blocks, 
2, 3 and 4 stories, and more contemplated or 
in process of construction, including a costly 
brick sanitarium. Among the new buildings 
are a splendid depot, an opera house, Odd 
Fellows' temple, hospital and county poor- 
house. A large number of new dwelling 
houses are also going up. The assessed value 
of Fresno real and personal property is 
§6,800,000. Bonded indebtedness, Sl7o,bOO. 
The yearly shipments from here amount to 
73,000,000 lbs. , including 4.50,000 20-lb. boxes 
of raisins, 2,000,000 gallons of wine and 
brandy, 750 tons of dried grapes, 400 tons of 
dried orchard fruit, and vast quantities of 
grain and live stock. It has a market cost- 
ing 835,000, and all the appointments of a 
first-class and growing city, destined to be- 
come one of the most important in the state. 
Tel., W. U. and P. P. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. Xathan W. Moodey, post- 
master, 

Adams Edward C, horseshoer, 1052 H. 

Agularo Rev V (Cathoiic). 

Albin John X, city trustee. 

Alexander Mrs Clara H, employment office, 

1812 Mariposa. 
Alexander Geoi'ge F, saloon, 2113 Fresno. 
Alford & Coffman (B Timothy Alford, John 

W. Cofiman) meats, 2128 Fresno. 
Allen Hiram S, real estate, 1009 I. , 
Allen X L, agt Minneapolis American Loan 

and Business Assn, 1013 J. 
Allison I> line:! II I>, Agent Union Ice 

Co, H SW cor Tulare. 
Anderson Miss M Imogene, teacher. 
Ankeny & Maupin (Miss Minnie Ankeny, 

Miss Lulu B Maupin) stenographers, 1058 I. 
Anselmi Mrs Mary J, dressmaker, Mariposa 

cor K. 

Arion Hotel, McCray Bros proprs, 856 I. 

Arling-ton Houi^e, J Eyan Propr, 803 
J. [Seep. 281.) 

Armstrong Bros (James and John) livery. 
Kern XE cor L. 

Armstrong- Oeo A & Co (George A 
and De Forest Armstrong, James Pearson) 
Pianos and Organs, Music, Musical Mer- 
chandise, 2220 Fresno. 

Artlinr Stephen, Propr Ogle House, 
opp R Pv depot. {Seep. 272.) 

Ashley & Smith (James W Ashley, H A G" 
Smith) hay dealers, 1342 K. 

Atlantic & Pacific Railroatd 
(Santa Fe route) Lester E Walker Agent, 
1050 J. 

Atwater & Littell (Will B Atwater, Clarence 
B Littell) grocers, 1151 L 



Austin Edwin, news depot, Hughes Hotel. 

Austin John P, saloon, 1731 Mariposa. 

Anstin Robert H, Propr Hotel Pleas- 
anton, Merced n w cor I. [See p. 270. ) 

Ayer Isaac, Xotary and Real Estate 
Insurance, 1050 S J. 

Babcock Harry I, saloon 1021 J. 

Bachant L, grape grower, 

Baird Adam, carpenter, 2323 Fresno, 

Baird Bros (Dougal, John, Robert, Andrew) 
meats, 1032 S J. 

Baker Albert F, general store and farm im- 
plements, 1926 Mariposa. 

Baldwin A I, stock raiser. 

Balfour, OntUrie & Co, General 
Fire Insurance Agency, Frank E Tadlock 
Jr Agent, 1118 J. {See leftside lines.) 

Balthas Miss M, teacher. 

Bancroft F L, apiarist. 

Bancroft J F, apiarist. 

Bank Excliange Saloon, Lamond 

&; Bieienberg Proprs, 1721 Mariposa. 

Bank of Central California (Capital 8300,000) 
Louis Einstein pres, Leopold Gundelfinger 
cashier, 1726 Mariposa. 

Banta Isaac, gunsmith, 1713 Mariposa. 

Barker .John A, city marshal, City Hall. 

Bamett D P, real estate, 1846 Tulare. 

Barnum Wm G, saloon, G .N W cor Mono. 

Baron Onstav A, Propr Fresno Gal- 
vanized Cornice Works, 1121 K. {Seep. 
281.) 

Barrett, Hicks A; Co (Charles W 
Barrett, John D Hicks, Fred W Fisher) 
Hardware, Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 
"1027 J. 

Bartling Miss Florence, teacher. 
Barton Robert, grape grower, and wine mnfr. 
Bassin John, physician and druggist, 1727 
Mariposa. 

Baume John W, musical merchandise, 1729 

Tulare. 
Beaty Mrs W H, teacher. 
Beckwith Richard E, grocer, 1013 L 
Bedford Bros (Charles and John F) boots 

and shoes, 1945 Mariposa. 
Bedford J S, c unty surveyor, Court House. 
Behunin Philo M, wood and coal, L SW cor 

Tulare. 

BellT A, county recorder, Court House. 

Bennett Wm J. undertaker, 1740 Mariposa. 

Berbora Bros (Xicholas X and John X) con- 
fectionery, 1905 Marii)osa. 

Bernhard & Monaghan ((ieorge H Herhhard, 
Patrick H Monaghan) sahK)n, Mariposa 
nr J. 

Bernhauer Wm, barl)or, 1722 Mariposa. 
Berry I'^iilfon Proiir (irand Central 

Hote'l, Mariposa SW cor J. (.SV^ />. 272.) 
Berry & Hays (Charles M l^r»y, Am S 

Hays) cigars. Grand Central Hotel. 



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MADE TO ORDER. 

W. & J. SLOANE & CO. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Bibby Wm R, deputy county supt of schools, 

Court House. 
Birney John, saloon, 832 H. 
Bishop Walter N, county coroner. Court 

House. 
Bissell H B, apiarist. 

Blachly & House (Robert Blachly, Joseph N 

House) hay & feed, 2333 Fresno. 
Blassingame Alfred, wool grower. 
Bones John W, architect, P Block. 
Bonnifield & Quails (Wm J Bonnifield, James 

M Quails) livery, 760 I. 
Borchardt Paul, crockery, 1737 Tulare. 
Borcliers Xlieoclore W, Toys and 

Fancy Goods, Fruit and Confectionery, 

1160 J. 

Bowling David R, furniture, SW cor J and 
Tulare. 

Brainard Gilbert, carria.ge and wagon mnfr, 

H >SE cor Fresno. 
Braly & JTolmsoii (James W Braly, 

Albert W Johnson) Real Estate, 1002 1. 
Bramlet Reuben H, county auditor, Court 

House. 

Braverman Alfred, real estate, 1013 J. 
Brendel Frederick W, general store, 1061 I. 
Bressier Mrs W L, grape grower. 
Briggs The Arthur R Co, Arthur R Briggs 

pres, F M Butler sec, real estate, 1745 

Tulare. 

Brown Edley H, barber, 924 Front. 

Brown James E, dry goods, 1915 Mariposa. 

Brown J H, grape grower and apiarist. 

Brown & May (John H Brown, 
Thomas J May) Raisin and Dried Fruit 
Brokers, Raisiii Vineyard Land, 1009 I. 

Buell P A & Co (Park A Buell, Henry H 
and Charles C Morse) coopers, 1222 Tu- 
olumne. 

Buker & Colson (Humphrey Bu- 
ker, Wm C Colson) Wholesale and Retail 
Druggists, I S W cor Tulare. {See p. 279. ) 

Burdick Thomas L, saloon, 932 Kront/* 

Burks Napoleon B, cigars, 1739 Mariposa. 

Barks & Monroe (Lefonso Burks, George H 
Monroe) drugs, 1934 Mariposa. 

Burleigh F E, fruit driers and canners. 

Burleigh F J, grain and feed. Railroad Res- 
ervation. 

Burns Joseph, meats, 1147 I. 

Busse F Wm T, patternmaker, J nr Kern. 



Butler Alban B, grape grower and wine 
mnfr, 1810 Tulare. 

Callaliaii Charles W, Agent Gran- 
ger's Business Assn, 1005 J. {Seep. 273.) 

Campbell J B, superior judge dept No 1, 
Court House. 

Carnahan Miss Louise, florist, SW cor L 
and Kern. 

Carrothers J A, grape grower. 

Cawrey Charles, bakery, 1038 I. 

Chaddock Rev E G (Congregational). 

Chamberlin Rev V P (A M E). 

Chamber & Graham (Peter B Chambers, 
James Graham) s tloon, 1130 J. 

Cliance Wm H, Vice-Pres First Na- 
tional Bank, Mariposa NE cor I, {See 2^- 
269.) 

Chicago Brewery Co (S F) Mayer & Glander 

agents, 802 H. 
Chisholm & Jones (Colin Chisholm, Thomas 

B Jones) clothing, Mariposa NE cor J. 
Chittenden Francis M, notary public, 1113 I. 
Chittenden & Covalt (Francis M Chittenden, 

Abram Covalt) insurance agents, 1113 I. 
Choice Hinckley B, Real Estate, 

Loans and Notary, 959 I. 
Church Bros (John M and George F) uphol- 
sterers, 2117 Fresno. 
Church Firman, lawyer, 11 Temple Bar. 
Chiircli Jtloses J, Propr The Fresno 

Inquirer, 1132 S K. 
Church & Cory (George E Church, Lewis L 

Cory) lawyers, Mariposa NE cor I. 
Clark Edward H, grocer, 1944 Mariposa. 
Clark Jacob, insurance and loans, 1153 J. 
Clark & Luke (Frank S Clark, Kingsley G 

Luke) printers, 1812 Tulare. 
Clark & McKenzie (Angus M Clark, Wm H 

McKenzie) searchers of records, Fresno 

Loan and Savings Bank Bldg. 
Clippard Mrs Rebecca V, dressmaker, 1627 

Inyo. 

Cole George N, cigars, 1041 J. 

Cole Stephen H, city trustee. 

Collins & Mann (Byron Collins, Judson 
Mann) grocers, N SE cor Fresno. 

Colwell G E, notary public. 

Colwell J 0, grape grower. 

Combs B C, fruit grower. 

Commercial Ins Co ofCal, Chitten- 
den & Covalt Agents, 1113 I. 

Condra Amos H, saloon, 1058 H. 

Connecticut Mntnal I..ife Ins 
Co of Hartford, Conn, Frank E 
Tadluck Jr Agt, 1 1 18 J. {See left side lines. ) 

Connell Ricliard, Physician, 1054 J. 

Conner Mrs Jane L, artist, 1743 Tulare. 

Cook & Langley, fruit packers, H NW cor 
Ventura. 

Cooper John C, dentist, 14 Bradley Block, 
Coppin Mathew, produce, 926 Front. 



PUMPS AND HOSE 



PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 
575 Mission Street, San Francisco. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 2Gi) 

Into. 3321. 

Firsts Nationals Bank 

(SurrEssoRS to fresno county bank.) 

CaDital Paid Up, $100,000. Snrplns aad Profits, $100,000. 




Q. X. WOODWARD, President. E. F. OATMAN, Cashier. 

PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS 

Bank of California, San Francisco, PAfUU' Bank, San Francisco, 

First National Bank, New York, Merchants' National Bank, Chicago, 

First National Bank, Los Angeles, First National FVwk, Saii Fran. isr... 

N. M. Rothschild & Sons, London 



Collections made and proceeds i)iomptly remitted. 

Exchange on all princi) ;.l l...nglit and sold. 



LOANS MADE ON GOOD SECURITY. 



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N. W. Cor. Merced and I sts., 

FRESNO, ----- CAl. 

K. H. Austin, Proprietor. 



A New and Elegantly Furnished Family and Business 
Hotel. Centrally located. First-class throughout. Equipped 
with all modern conveniences. 



Sample rooms for Commercial Men, and their patronage 
solicited. 

RATES, $2.00 TO $2.50 PER DAY. 



Fresno Agricultural Works, 

JAMES. PORTEQUS. P( oprietor 



Manufacturers of Scrapers and TWo-Gang Chilled Vineyard Plows, 
Raisin Stemmers, Graders and other Vineyard Tools. 



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Fancher Creek Nursery, 

FRESNO, - - - CAL. 




F. ROEDING, Proprietor, G. C. ROEDING, Manager. 

Fruit Trees. Figs. Olives ard Ornamental Plants. 

ROSES, PALMS and HOT-HOUSE PLANTS. 

Telephone Connected with the Nursery. 



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GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. 

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* * $2.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY 

The most centrally located hotel in the ci^y. Opposite Post Office, and only tWo blocks 
from (.'ourt House. Good Sample Rooms. Free Bus to and from all trains 

Fresno, - - - - - - - - Oal. 



Ogle ^0ti^0» 

OPPOSITE RAILROAD DEPOT, 

Fresno, ... California. 



STEPHEN ARTHUR, Proprietor. 



SINGLE MEAIiSj Twenty-five Cents. 

LODGINGS, Twenty-five and Fifty Cents. 



Ij^ 1 his is the best Family Hotel in the San Joaquin Vall*iy. 



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FIRE INS. CO. BELDEN & COFRAN, 

Organized 1794. ]»Iaiiaj?ers Pacific Dept. 

Assets,. $6, 14,2, 434.4,9. 313 CaL IFORNIA St., SaN FraNCISCO. 

Fresno City and business directory. Fresno City 273 



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GRANGERS BUSINESS ASSOCIATION, ^ 

SHIPPING AND COMMISSION HOUSE, p| 

)ffice, 108 Davis Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. iH 

Warehouse and WHarf at Port Costa. Also, Warehouses at Hanford, 3 ?5 5' 

Armona and Fresno. ^ 



onsignments of Grain, Wool and all kinds of Produce Solicited. Money ^ 
advanced on Grain in Store at Lowest Possible Rates of Interest. Also, ^ 
Orders for Grain Bags, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Groceries, £ 

and Merchandise of Every Description, Solicited. >. O 

W. CALLAHAN, Agent, : : : : FRESNO CITY, CAL. §J§ 

R R. DUNLAP & CoT T 

Real Estate & Insurance Agents ^ ^ 

In Fresno National Bank Building, FRESNO, CAL. llj 

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THE BEST RANCHING LANDS AT LOWEST PRICES. ^ 

joans Negotiated. $100,000 to Loan upon Real Estate. Houses and Liuids KoTito.l. (ionoral g J";;^ 

Agent of the Capital Accident and Indemnity Co. of Sprin-field, Illinois. Local .AKents < c » 

of the Merchants' Retail Commercial Agency of San Francisco. Collections a * J? 

Specialty. Valuable Papers stored in a Fire-proof Vault. S.a 

rimnpr AM passage, exchange, and collection office 

lUmUi llnll Inheritances, Moneys, and Claims of all kinds, collected in any part of Eun>|H\ 
Established 1862.) A. W. MYER, 40t California Street, San Francisco. 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

STOVES, RANGES, METALS, IRON PIPE, 

CORRUGATED IRON FOR ROOFING AND SIDING. 



309, 311, 313, 315, 317 
Slarkct Street, 

San Francisco, Cal. 



123 and 124 
N. Los Angeles St., 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Cory Miss Harriet, teacher. 
Cory James M, real estate, 1003 J. 
Covalt Abram B, ins and loans, 1113 I. 
Crawford W S, lawyer, Mariposa SW cor K. 
Craycroft Columbus J, propr Fresno House, 
1162 M. 

Creig'litoii & Frasier (Thomas 
Creighton, S B Frasier) Searchers of Rec- 
ords, 1029 J. 

Cummings A H, fire marshal and supt of 
streets. 

Curd Joseph V, hay, fruits, etc, 1161 I. 
Curd Mrs S M, dressmaker, 1025 J. 
Ciiretom l^Vni H, Keal Estate and 

Loans, Room 11 Fresno Loan and Savings 

Bank Bldg. [See p. 277.) 
Curran Mrs A H, teacher. 
Curtis Carlton, piano tuner. 
Curtis Fruit Co, fruit driers and canners. 
Cutten David W, horseshoer, 2134 Tulare. 
Dagnan Mrs May, music teacher. 
Daly James H, lawyer, 1 Temple Bar. 
Darling Miss Annie, teacher. 
Davidson Robert P, lawyer, 22 Temple Bar. 
Davison Wm, liquors, 1043 I. 
l>ear€lorff All>ert O, Physician, 

1054 J. 

Degan Wm, saloon, Mariposa SW cor I. 
De Long Charles W, clothing, Mariposa NW 
cor I. 

Delventhal Prof, music teacher. 
Denicke M, fruit grower and packer. 
Denicke Martin, saloon, N s Mariposa AV of J. 
Dennett Wm B, clerk and city assessor, City 
Hall. 

Detering Henry A, sec Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association, I nr Merced. 

Dewell Wm H, carriage and wagonmaker, 
820 H. 

De Witt Rev A G (Baptist). 

Diaz John, barber, 630 H. 

Dickey Sidney, wool grower. 

I>icl£ey Wm J, Agent Fireman's "Fund 

Ins Co, 1745 Mariposa. {See cor. cards.) 
Dijaitano Gabriel, grocer, 1314 K. 
Dixon Louis L, notary, Hughes Hotel. 
]>ixoii, tiyncli & Terry (Harry S 

Dixon, Edward Lynch, Reel B Terry) 

lawyers, I cor Mariposa, over Farmers' 

Bank. 

Doherty George C, apiarist. 



Donahoo, Emmons & Co (M Jefferson Dona- 
hoo, Collis H Emmons, Charles Inns) 
hardware, 1805 Mariposa. 

Doolittle James E, collection agent, 3 Temple 
Bar. 

Dow Frederick, grape grower. 
Drew Alexander M, lawyer and notary 
1009 J. 

l>riiry Edward Pianos and Or 
gans, 1909 Mariposa. 

Dunbar David A, plumber, 1717 Mariposa 

]>iiiilap F" R. & Co (Francis R Dunlap) 
Real Estate Agents and Proprs Merchants' 
Retail Commercial Agency, S F, 1005 J. 
{Seep. 273.) 

Dunn Eugene C, physician, 1131 I. 

Dusey Frank, granite quarries. 

I>yer Bros, Wholesale and Retail Gro- 
cers, 1733 Tulare. 

Eden, Eisenby & Eden (Wm W 
Eden, Augustus V Lisenby, Walter Eden) 
Searchers of Records, 1725 Mariposa. 

Edwards Edward 1>, Attorney-at- 
Law and Notary Public, rooms 1 and 2, 
Fresno Loan and Savings Bank Bldg. 

Edwards Oeorg-e (D V S) Veterinary 
Surgeon and Horse Infirmary, 627 I. 

Eggers & Co (George H and Herman C Eg- 
gers) proprs Fresno Telephone Co, grape 
growers and wine mnfrs, 1044 S J. 

Einstein Louis & Co (Louis Einstein, Louis 
Gundelfinger) general store, H SE coi 
Mariposa. 

Eisen Vineyard Co, grape growers and wine 
mnfrs. 

Eshleman Dr M D, grape grower. 
Everts Gustavus A, real estate, 1746 Mari- 
posa. 

Ewing Achilles D, county tax collector, 
Court House. 

Ewing W M, grape grower. 

Expositor (Daily and Weekly) J W Fergu- 
son Publr and Propr, 1031 J. {See p. 275. ) 

Fairchild Mrs Lucy, dressmaker, 732 J. 

Farmers' Bank of Fresno, capital $200,000, 
Lewis Leach pres, W W Phillips %'ice-pres 
and mngr, John Reichman cashr, Mariposa 
SE cor I. 

Farmers' Warehouse Co, capital $50,000, J M 

Costigan pres, M W Muller sec and mngr, 

H cor Kern. 
Faura Edward, barber, 1732 Mariposa. 
Eerera & Brotlier (Gust and Anton) 

Restaurant, N s Mariposa W of J. 
Eerg-iison Jfolin W, Publr and Propr 

Daily and Weekly Expositor, 1031 J. {See. 

p. 216.) 

Fernald Miss Elizabeth, teacher. 

Field John T & Co (John T Field) proprs 

Scandinavian Hotel, 634 H. 
Fiester Frank, painter, 1844 Tulare. 



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{The Leadlnir Nursery anrt Orconhonsos of • 
Soutliorn C'aliroriiia. ScihI fur <'alalo<:iie. 
Address, Byron O. <'lark« Jtlanaser. ]>ox oS(i. 
(See adv. opp. Nurseries.) PASADENA, CAL. 



IDHM AlUn CTCCI DIDC WeUs, Town Water Works, Inigating, 
inUll MIlU O I LLL rlr L Hydraulic. FRANCIS SMITH & CO., 



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AGENTS IN ALL PRINCIPAL TOWNS. 

I^iremaii's I-^iiii*! Iii$>»iti*aiice Co, 

W J Dickey Agent, 1745 Mariposa. [See 
cor. cards.) 

First j^ational Bank of Fresno 

(The) Capital $100,000, Surplus $100,000, 
Oscar J. Woodward Pres, Eugene F Oat- 
man Cashier, W H Chance Vice-Pres, Er- 
nest A Walrond Asst Cashier, Mariposa 
NE cor I. {S-.e p. 269. ) 

Fiske John D, propr Fresno Opera House. 

Fleming Alice, sorghum mill. 

Fleming Miss Kate, music teacher. 

Forsyth Wm, grape grower and raisin packer. 

Fowler & Wilkinson (Draper Fowler, Ar- 
thur C Wilkinson) architects, 1009 J. 

Fanclier Creek J^iirsery, Fred- 
erick Roeding Propr, G C Roeding Mngr, 
six miles east. {See p. 271.) 

Fredericksburg Brewing Co(San Jose) Joseph 
Huber agent, 1722 Kern. 

Freeman Edwin, Physician, 1054 J. 

Freeman Edwin R, physician, 1054 J. 

Freeman Oeorge E, Real Estate, 
Hughes Block, Office I NW cor Tulare. 
(5rep. 279.) 

French Hotel, B Galan & Co, Proprs, 
1024 H. 

Fresno Ag"ricnltnral Works, 

James Porteous Propr, Tulare SE cor L. 

{Seep. 270.) 
Fresno County Board of Trade, Thomas E 

Hughes pres, Alanson D Smith sec, S P 

Co's Passenger Depot. 
Fresno Fair Grounds Assn, Lewis Leach. 

pres, N I Baldwin sec, 959 I. 
Fresno Furniture Co, David H Williams 

propr, 958 I. 
Fresno Oal^anized Cornice 

Works, G A Baron propr, 1121 K. {See 

V. 281). 

Fresno Gas and Elecric Light Co, Lewis 
Leach pres, Edwin C White sec, Mariposa 
SE cor I. • 

Fresno House, C J Craycroft propr, 1162 M. 

Fresno Inqnirer (Weekly, Ind) M J 
Church Propr, 1132 S K. 

Fresno Investment Co (capital $100,000) J 
M Martin pres, J W Conger sec, real 
estate, 7 and 8 Fresno L and S Bank Bldg. 

Fresno Land Office, Wm P Haber mngr, 
Francis J Haber sec, 1049 J. 



Fresno Loan and Savings Bank (paid-up cap- 
ital $300,000) James G James pres, Wm 
H McKenzie cashier, Mariposa ^E cor J. 

Fresno Marble Works, Clarence W 
Remsburg Propr, Fresno NE cor I. 

Fresno Milling Co, Harry Sherwood mngr, 
flour mill, 1358 Fresno. 

Fresno National Bank (capital $200,000) H 
D Colson pres, John B Smitli cashier, J 
NW cor Tulare. 

Fresno J^ovelty Iron IVorks^ 
Prangner & Field Hroprs, E s H S of Kern. 

Fresno Opera House, John D Fiske propr, 
1054 I. 

Fresno Publishing- House, Bailey 
Kay Leach Propr, 1143 and 1145 K. {See 
p. 211). _ 

Fresno Raisin and Fruit Packing Co, George 

W Meade k Co proprs, R R reservation. 
Fresno R R Co, Lewis Leach pres, N I 

Baldwin sec, 959 I. 
Fresno Soap Works, Henry Lang propr, R 

R reservation. 
Fresno Telephone Co, Eggers & Co proprs, 

1044 S J. 

Fresno Transfer Co, Burris R Phillips propr, 

1844 Tulare. 
Fresno Vineyard Co, grape growers and wine 

mnfrs. 

Fresno Water Co, office 946 I. 

Fruitvale Wine Co, wine and brandy mnfrs. 

Frumbo Bros (Jacob W and George A) can- 
dies and restaurant, 1826 Mariposa. 

Furnish & Mickle (William R Furnish, John 
T Mickle) meat market, ]814 Mariposa. 

Cralan If & Co (Bernard Galan. Frank 
Laborde) Proprs French Hotel, 1024 H. 

Galliano & Borello (Giovanni Galliano, Frank 
Borello) soda works, 1261 J. 

Gasper Thomas, shoemaker, 1138 I. 

Gearhart C W, stenographer, Mariposa cor K. 

Geis Silas W, lawyer, Mariposa. 

George Bros (John and Sartis) tailors, 1132 L 

Gilbert Nathan D, paints and oils, 1042 S J. 

Gilmore Miss Eva, teacher. 

Gilmore Miss Nellie, teacher. 

Goddard Miss Ella, music teacher. 

Goldman Barnet, general store, 1027 I. 

Gollan John, tailor, 1740 Tulare. 

Gorden Alexander, grape grower. 

Goucher & Jones (George G Goucher, New- 
man Jones) lawyers, 8 Temple Bar. 

Grady W D, grape grower. 

Orady & Austin (Walter D Grady, 
Herbert Z Austin) lawyers, 1922 Mariposa. 

Graff H & Co (Hans Graff, Nels C Hansen, 
Nis Johnson) grocers, E s .H S of Front. 

Graham James, veterinary surgeon, 1822 
Mariposa. 

Graham & Monson (George B Graham, Wm 
Monson) lawyers, 1743 Tulare. 



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Fine Etch.iiigs, Engravings and Paintings. Art Publishing. 
Plate Work to Order. New Art Boom Now Open. 

THE J. DELVING COMPANY, FLOOD BVILDING, SAiV FKA.MISCO* 



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110 South Second Street, San Jose, Cau U ril iri I I |~| | I 1 buildings, and superintended in 
Residence, Lenzen Avenue IIIIWIII I bbW I v any part of the State. 

Fresno City and business directory. Fresno Ci*y 277 

W. H. CURETON, 

REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

ROOM II, FRESNO LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, 
Post Office Box 1546. FRESNO, CAL. 



Buy and Sell on Commission all kinds of City and Country Real Estate. 
Negotiate Loans, Collect Rents, and take Entire Charge of 
City Property. Special attention given 
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On Monday last W. H. Cureton of this city effected a lease of 40 acres in Central Cal- CD 
ifomia Colony for 5 years at $1,550 a year. Of this tract 34 acres are in vines and the re- 

maining six acres in bearing fruit trees. Seven years ago this soil had not been cultivated, JS^ 
and the entire amount sold for much less than one acre would bring to-day. Just think of 

it, ^1,550 a year for only 40 acres of land, a sum equal to 10 per cent, interest on 315,500. ^ 

On the other side of the Mississippi River this sum would rent a 500-acre cotton plantation, ^| 
or the best 500-acre farm in Missouri, Kentucky or Tennessee. And yet the persons who 

leased this 40 acres have every reason to beHeve that they will make a yearly net profit of co 

from S.3,000 to |5,000. Truly, Fresno County is a wonderland. — Fresno Expositor, Sept. oq »^ 

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FRESNO PUBLISHING HOUSE. || 

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SEI^OPIAIV BROS. ^ 

^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALER8 IN ^ JjJ 

' Fruits, Vegetables, Raisins, Tobaccos, Candies, Nuts, Sg 

OIG-^RS, ST^TIO^i^EIt-sr, ETC. £ g 

GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. 2 p 

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Importers and Dealers in 

PIANOS and ORGANS, 

Musical Inf^truments, Sheet Music, 
and Music Books. 

206 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Orjiiitl Central Hotel, Fulton G. 
Berry Propr, Mariposa SW cor J. [See 
2). 272.) 

Orand Central Steam Hiaundry, 

F G Berry Fropr, Grand Central Hotel 
Bldg. 

Orang-ers' Business Assn, C W 

Callahan Agt, 1005 J. {Seep. 273.) 
Grant Archibald, grape grower. 
Graupmann Mrs J M, saloon, 864 I. 
Great American Tea Importing Co, H E 

Wright mngr, 1149 J. 
Green & Scully (A D Green, Francis W 

Scully) general store, P bet Merced and T, 
Green berg & Norton (Christian S Green berg, 

Samuel W Norton) cigar mnfrs, Mariposa 

W of J. 

Greenwood David B, billiards, 1143 J. 
Griffith Samuel, stock raiser. 
Griffith W Gordon, real estate, 10 Temple 
Bar. 

Grimes George C, insurance agent, 1058 I. 
Guard Wm C, clerk Board of Supervisors, 

Court House. 
Gunter Hannibal N, meat market, 2526 

Fresno. 

Haber G W, insurance agpnt, 1049 J. 

HaberWmP, mngrFresno Land Office, 1049 J. 

Hagenbuch J Andrew, painter, 746 I. 

Hall A, grape grower. 

Hall Albert, notary public, 1006 I. 

Hall Wm, restaurant, 812 H. 

Hammond & Hobbs (Thomas J Hammond, 
Albert L Hobbs) produce, 2122 Fresno. 

Hansen I^ouis, blacksmith, carriage 
and wagonmaker, 1931 Kern. 

Harkins & Trumper (Wm A Harkins, Wm 
Trumper) contractors, F nr Tuolumme. 

Harris Isador, tailor, 1916 Mariposa. 

Harris Milos K, superior judge Dept No. 2, 
Court House. 

Hart Henry, barber, 1736 Tulare. 

Hart & Levy (M Hart, Morris F Levy) out- 
fitters and hatters, 1744 Tulare. 

Harvey Type Writing Bureau (Miss Cath- 
erine and Miss Ada Harvey) 27 Temple 
Bar. 

Hawkins Benjamin A, county supt schools, 

Court House. 
Hayes Albert, blacksmith, E s J S of Kern, 
Hayes Edward, blacksmith, 1341 K. 



Healey Dennis A, boots and shoes, 1142 J. 

Heaton Prof Thomas L, prin High School 
and city supt schools. 

Hedge Row Vineyard Co, grape growers. 

Helm Wm, grape and wool grower. 

Hennelly Dennis^ saloon, G nr Inyo. 

H eury Miss Agnes G, teacher. 

Henry Simon S, livery, 1026 S J. 

Henslev^eorge W, livery, Kern NW cor M. 

Henslty J ohn M, sheriff, Court House. 

Herrington John C, harnessmaker, 1920 Ma- 
riposa. 

Higgins Egerton R, chief fire dept and pho- 
tographer, 1741 Mariposa. 
Hilke Miss Lena, teacher. 
Hill J B, dairy. 

Hill VVm D, feed stable, M SW cor Mono. 

Hilton Frederick T, blacksmith, 1355 N. 

Hinds & "Serriam (Samuel J Hinds, 
Caryl C Merriam) Lawyers, Olcese and 
Garibaldi Block, Mariposa cor K. 

Hoehn Ed, painter, H SE cor Fresno. 

Hogan Charles, saloon, 1823 Mariposa. 

Hog'ue Samuel t.. Justice of the Peace 
and Notary Public, Mariposa W of J. 
{Seep. 281.) 

Homan Jacob, boots and shoes, 1744 Mari- 
posa. 

Hood Creorge t«. Lawyer, Mariposa 
cor K, 

Hopkins H St George, physician, 1133 J. 

Hotel Pleasanton, Robert H Austin, 
Propr, Merced N W cor I. [See p. 270.) 

Hotem John H, broommaker, G nr Inyo. 

Hounsom & Neill (Wm M Hounsom, James 
H Neill) painters, 2121 Merced. 

Howell Martin D, produce, S s Fresno E of J. 

Hoxie Mrs Mary L, teacher. 

Hubbert Mrs M J, dressmaker, 1743 Tulare. 

Huber Joseph, agent Fredericksburg Brew- 
ing Co, 1722 Kern. 

Hudson D D, grape grower. 

Hug-lies Hotel, T E Hughes & Son 
Proprs, H H Pearson Mngr, Tulare SW 
cor 1. 

Hughes Hotel Steam Laundry, H H Pearson 

mngr, 1728 Tulare. 
Hughes T E, pres Board of Trade and grape 

grower. 

Hughes T E & Son (Thomas E and Wm M) 
•real estate, Hughes' Hotel. 

Hull Mrs Arvillia, dressmaker, 1131 1. 

Hunter George W, saw filer, I nr Kresno. 

Hutchinson Ezra I, carriages and farm im- 
plements, 939 J. 

Hutchinson Wm J, county assessor, Court 
House. 

•Fackson Samuel, Lawyer, 1031 J. ' 

Jacobson & Ahrensberg (Christian Jacobson, 
Hans Ahrensberg) carriage and wagon- 
makers, 1127 L. 



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[miorters and Dealers in Every (Jrade Mannfactnred. 
W. & J. SLOANE & CO., 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Jaggers Mrs ^arah, grape g-owd. 

Jensen Rasmusen P, cabinetmaker, 647 I. 

Johnson Rasmus B, carriagemaker and agri- 
cultural implements, 648 H. 

Johnston James G, constable, Mariposa, W 
of J. 

Johnston John & Sons (John, John E, Albert 
G) farm implements and windmills, Tulare 
SW cor M. 

Jones Archibald F, tailor, 1627 I. 

Jones George W, lawyer, 1 Temple Bar, 

Joseph Garabed P, tailor, 1033 J. 

Justy Nicholas P. saloon, 1940 Mariposa. 

Karewski & Co (Hugo Karewski, H Lands- 
berg) general store, 1046 I. 

Karewski H & Co (Hugo Karewski, Herman 
Landsberg) clothing, 1732 Tulare. 

Kauntze Edward, agent San Joaquin Valley 
Coal Mining Co, 1113 I. 

Kearney M Theodore, grape grower. 

Kellogg Iflilo B, Notary Public, 1838 
Mariposa. 

Kellogg & Anderson, Milo B Kel- 
logg, Joseph G Anderson) Real Estate, 
1838 Mariposa. (See p. 279. ) 

Kelly Rev D (Episcopal). 

Kenneson & Donahoo (Moody D Kenneson, 
M Jefferson Donahoo) livery 1923 Merced. 

Kenyon Prof Ferdinand, principal Central 
Public School. 

Kersey Vierling, physician, Mariposa cor K. 

Keshishyan Serope, watchmaker, 1742 Mari- 
posa. 

Kiernan Misses Ella and Delia, dressmakers, 
1135 J. 

Kingsly John M, blacksmith, 1345 N. 

Kirk & Olney (Thomas J Kirk, Albert D 
Olney) boots and shoes, 1743 Mariposa. 

Knapp W H, grape grower. 

Knight & Thompson (Isaac S Knight, Sam- 
uel Thompson) carpenters, 1150 Fresno. 

Knobloch Frederick, baker, 1927 Mariposa, 

Koliler Oeorge Ifl, Propr Kohler 
House 801 I. [Seep. 277.) 

Kohler House, George M Kohler Propr, 
8011. [Seep. 217.) 

Krick Miss Gertrude, milliner, 1919 Mariposa. 

Kuendel Hammond, barber, 1053 I. 

Kuster & Kavanagh (Hugo L Kuster, Albert 
P Kavanagh) mnfg jewelers, 21 Temple 
Bar. 



Kiitner, Ooldstein & Co (Adolph 
Kutner, Alexander and Samuel Goldstein, 
Alfred Kutner) General Merchandise, Ma- 
riposa SE cor H, and I bet Mariposa and 
Fresno. 

]Lia,mond & !Blelen1>erg- (August 

liamond, Frederick Bielenberg) Propra 
Bank Exchange Saloon and Billiard Hall, 
1721 Mariposa. 

Lane Adolph, saw and shingle mills. 

Lane Frank M, teacher. 

Lang Henry, soap works, R R reservation, 

Laning Frank, lawyer, Mariposa SW cor K. 

Lawrence Henry, cigars, 1746 Mariposa. 

Lawrence & Culver (Henry E Lawrence, 
Seth S Culver) news dealers and station- 
ery, 1151 J. 

Lawson George, barber, Grand Central Hotel 
Block. 

ILiea^cli Bailey Ka,y, Propr Fresno 

Publishing House, 1143 and 1145 K. 

[Seep. 211.) 
Leach Lewis, physician, 1058 L 
Leake Miss Annie M, teacher. 
Lemline L & Co (Louis Lemline, Leopold 

Bettman) cigars. Farmers' Bank Bldg. 
Leverone August G, saloon, 1219 G. 
Levy Herman, clothing, 1822 Mariposa. 
Lisenby Augustus V, notary, 1725 Mariposa. 
Long Bros (Hugh D and James H) variety 

store, 1147 J. 
Long George L, physician, 1935 Mariposa. 
Lopozich Bros (Benjamin and Anton) restau- 
rant, 1914 Mariposa 
Love Alexander, shoemaker, 1141 I. 
Luce & Clark (John M Luce, James Q 

Clark, news dealers, Fisk Block. 
McCallumW & Co (Wm McCallum) dry 

goods, 1937 Mariposa. 
McConnell & Hague (David J McConnell, 

Benjamin M Hague) grocers, 1 943 Mariposa 
McCray Bros (D L and Wm) proprs Arion 

Hotel, 856 I. 
McKenzie Wm H, city treasurer, City Hall. 
McReynolds Miss Olulu, teacher. 
McVey Wm F, furniture and carpets, 

1122 J. 

McWhirter Louis B, lawyer, 1912 Mariposa. 
Madary & Gurnee (Mathias R Madary, 

Brewster S Gurnee) planing mill, 760 H. 
Malcolmson Wm L, real estate, 1050 S. J. 
Malter George H, grape grower and wine 

mnfr. 

Mandich Wm D, fruits, 936 Front. 
Marks Michael, tailor, 1046 S J. 
Mattingly & Staniford (Wm T Mattingly,^ 

George F Staniford) insurance agents, If 

Tulare. 

Maupin Wm P, physician, 1058 1. 
Maxey & North (B M Maxey, Charles 
North) real estate, 1806 Tulare. 



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PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 
575 Mission St., San I^raneiseo. 



HARTFORD 



FIRE INS. CO. 

Orga>:ized 1794. 
Assets, $6,142,4,54.49. 



BELDEN & COFRAN, 

Maiiaarprs Pacific Dept. 

313 California St., San Francisco. 



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AJ^D BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Fresno City 281 



Mayer & Olaitder (Paul J T Mayer, 
Louis W Glander) Wholesale and Retail 

( Beer Dealers, Depot 1601 to 1623 Kern, 
Postoffice Box 111, Telephone 73, and 802 
to SOS H. 

Meade George W & Co, proprs Fresno 

E-aisin and Fruit Packing Co, E, E. 

reservation. 
Meade & Shepherd (Oliver J Meade, W A 

Shepherd) livery, 1030 H. 
Ifleclianics' IPlaniiig Mill Co, A 

Easterbrooks Pres, E W Gould Sec, Plan- 
l^ing Mill, Box Mnfrs, Sash, Doors and 
- Blinds, and Dealers in Barley, H NE cor 

Inyo. 

Melchoman A J, physician. 



Melvin J A, grape grower. 

Merdiamts Retail Commercial 

Agency, F K Dunlap & Co Proprs, 1005 

J. {See p. 273.) 
Merriam C C, city attorney, City Hall, 
Merriam & Reed (Ezra Merriam, Willis E 

Reed) real estate, 1013 J. 
Merwin Frank A, painter, H SE cor Fresno. 
Messing Louis P, drugs, 1737 Mariposa. 
Meiix Josepli I*, Lawyer, l(>o4 J. 
Meux Thomas R, physician, 1135 J. 
Meyer Herman, civil engineer, 1044 S J. 
Micliaeliam Oal>riel M, Watches, 

Clocks and Jewelry, 1159 1. 
Micliaelian Hacliik M, Merchant 

Tailor, 1157 I. 



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A. W. MYER, 401 California Street, San Francisco. 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

MANTELS, CRATES, TILES, 

Fire Place Furniture, Decorative Goods, Brass and 
Bronze, Wrought Steel Hotel Ranges, 
Complete Outfit for Kitchens. 

30g, 311, 313, 315, 317 Market St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Mikado Fruit and Raisin Co, Wm Schmolz 

pres, fruit driers and canners. 
Millasich Vincent, barber, 930 Front. 
Miller Freaericlc Ifl, Agent W G 

Ross & Co, H NW cor Tulare. 
Miller Louis J, real estate, 1013 J. 
Miller Walter P, physician, 1145 J. 
Miller & Owen (Daniel Miller, Louis Owen) 

saloon, 1810 Mariposa. 
Minneapolis American Business and Loan 

Assn, N L Allen agent, 1013 J. 
Minnett Edward, livery, E s F bet Fresno 

and Mariposa. 
Mitchell Thomas W, saloon, 1245 K. 
IHitrovicli Kros (Matthew and Adolph) 

Restaurant, 1052 and 1054 I. 
JWLitrovicli Fremcli Resta^nr^nt, 

Mitrovich Bros Proprs, 1052 and 1054 I. 
Mix Lillian M, embroidery and fancy work, 

1011 J. 

Molloy Mrs, music teacher. 

]?Ioodley Na^tlian W, Postmaster. 

Moodey & Bretzner (Nathan W 
Moodey, Emil A Bretzner) Real Estate 
and Mining Brokers, under Grand Cent'-al 
Hotel Bldg, {Seeright side lines andp. 275.) 

Morgan J ohn D, constable, 3 Temple Bar. 

Morley John M, well borer, 1027 J. 

Morris Abraham, saloon, 1018 I. 

Morrison Rev A B (Methodist). 

Morrison Asa P, livery, Inyo SE cor J. 

Morrow Mrs Mary, propr Morrow House, 
1101 S K. 

Morse James D, hay and feed, G NE cor Inyo 
Moseley Alfred, painter, 2111 Fresno. 
Miiller ]?Ia.tthew W, Real Estate, 
1050 S J. 

Nelson Thomas P, County Treasurer Court 
House. 

Newman Samuel G, general store 1744 Mari- 
posa. 

Noble & Fewel (Alexander Noble, Wm Fe- 

wel) saloon. 
Nolan P F & Sons, Thaddeus McGowan mngr 

.boot't and shoes, 1818 Mariposa. 
North J W, grape grower. 
Nourse George A, grape grower. 
Noiirse & Short (George A Nourse,' 

Frank H Short) Lawyers, 1009 J. 
Oatman Eugene F, Cashier First 

National Bank, Mariposa NE cor I. 



Obradovich Spiro, laundry, 610 J. 
Occidental Watch Co, George W Baxley 

mngr, 1050 S J. 
Ochenden Thomas, saw and shingle mills. 
Ogle House, Stephen Arthur Propr, 

opp Railroad Depot. {See p. 272.) 
Oliver Marion, saloon, 1126 I. 
Olmstead Zenas P, toys etc, 1713 Mariposa. 
Ontiveros Jesus, tomale mnfr, Fresno cor J. 
Pacific Fruit Co, fruit dryers and canners. 
Pacific Postal Tel. Cable Co, Horace B Davis 

mngr, 1842 Mariposa. 
I^aliner layman Mngr Daily and 

Weekly Expositor. 
Pancake & Con well (Carrie B (Jon well, Jen- 
nie Pancake, Juliet Pancake) milliners 

and dressmakers, 1011 J. 
Papasian Jacob, tailor, 1738 Mariposa. 
Parsons Miss Agnes M, teacher. 
Pattii^on, Son & Harvey (Isaac N 

and Edward A Pattison, Wm Harvey) Real 

Estate, 1055 1. 
Pearson Henry H, Mngr Hughes 

Hotel, Tulare, SW cor T. 
Pedlar Alfred J, pres board of city trustees, 

City Hall. 

Pedlar & Hayden (Alfred J Pedlar, Thomas 
M Hayden) physicians, 1911 Mariposa. 

Phelps Rev P F (Presbyteriaa). 

Phillips Burris R, propr Fresno Transfer 
Co, 1844 Tulare. 

Pickford 0, poultry breeder. Fig ave cor 
Mono. 

Poplar Crrove Breeding" F'arm, 

S N Straube Propr, nr Wild Flower, 14 
miles south. Office 959 I. {See adv. opp. 
p. 284.) 

Popular Drug Store, 1145 J. 

PorteoMS James, Propr Fresno Agri- 
cultural Works, Tulare, SE cor L. {See p. 
270.) 

Prangner & Pield (Henry Prang- 
ner, Wm A Field) Proprs Fresno Novelty 
Iron Works, E s H S of Kern. 

Pratlier & Oardner (Wm J Prather, 

Robert C Gardner) dentists, 1054 J. 
Prescott & Pierce (Frank K Prescott, Charles 

S Pierce) mngrs Valley Lumber Co, H 

NW cor Mono. 
Pridham Miss Grace, art studio, 1131 I. 
Princi Dante R, city recorder, City Hall. 
Pritchard Thomas J, carpenter, 647 I. 
Pryor Wm H, cabinetmaker, Tulare E of L. 
Purkiss Mrs J, clothes cleaner, J. 
Quindy Albert 0, restaurant, 1324 K. 
Ralston Samuel, saloon, F nr Merced. 
Raulino & Imperataci (Manuel Raulino, 

Jos Imperataci) barbers, 1-723 Mariposa. 
Rawlins J S, wool grower. 
Rea & Burt (Thomas L Rea, T W Burt) 

photographers, 1209 J. 



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G. G. WICKSON & CO., 3-5 Front St., S. F., and 346 N. Main St., Los Angeies. 



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Redden & Cardwell (Silas H Eedden, 
Thomas M Card well) wood and coal, 1924 
Merced. 

Reese J W, grape grower and fruit packer. 
Reid & Anderson (Samuel D Reid, W D 

Anderson) restaurant, 1719 Mariposa. 
Reid & Beaton (J T Reid, J R Beaton) milli- 
ners, 1047 J. 
Reily Joseph R, physician, 1133 J. 
Rems1>nr^ Clarence W, Propr 

Fresno Marble Works, and Insurance, 

Fresno NE cor I. 
Repu'blican. (Daily and Weekly) Short 

& Shanklin Publrs, Republican Bldg, J. 

{Seep. 273.) 
Rhodes H L, mngr W U Tel Co, 1043 J. 
Rhodes Johnson G, lawyer, 1113 I. 
Hichey Wm S, dentist, 1809 Mariposa. 
Rickerts Bros (C and R Rickerts) cigars, 

1035 J. 

Rifenburg & Dowe (Alonzo G Rifenburg, 
Duane W Dowe) photographers, 925 I. 

Riggs Charles F, lessee Riggs' Opera House, 
E s J south Tulare, and bill poster, Riggs 



Ryan. Jeremiali, Propr Arlington 
House, 803 J. [See p. 281.) 

Ryan John M, saloon, 1033 I. 

Ryan Thomas P, lawyer, 1009 J. 

Sachs & Heringld (Armin Sachs, Louis Her- 
inghi) dry goods, Mariposa. 

Saier Mamert, jeweler, 1729 Mariposa. 

St Hubert J H, -wdne mnfr. 

San Joaquin Lumber Co, J Byxbee agent, 
Mariposa NW cor H. 

San Joaquin Valley Coal Mining Co., Ed- 
ward Kauntze agent, 1113 1. 

Sayle Claudius O, Notary Public, 
1054 J. 

Sayle & Coldwell (Claudius G Sayle, 
Nathaniel C Caldwell) Attorneys at Law, 
1054 J. 

Scandinavian Hotel, John T Field & Co, 

proprs, 634 H. 
Schack, Limbpkey & Stiner, fruit dryers and 

canners. 

Schamp Edward, agent S P Co, H bet Mari- 
posa and Tulare. 
Schenk & Co, bakers, 1738 Tulare. 



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Rodgers E B, grape grower and -^dne mnfr. 
Roedin^ Fredericlc, Propr Fancher 

Creek Nursery, 6 miles east. 
Roedin^ O C, Mngr Fancher Creek 

Nursery, 6 miles east. {Seep. 271.) 
Roemer & Kramer (Henry Roemer, Freder- 
ick Kramer) saloon, 1830 Mariposa. 
Rohrer Wm N, real estate, insurance and 

notary, 1151 J. 
Rojas & Sablan (Jose C Rojas, Mateo Sab- 
Ian) barbers, 1044 1. 
Root Miss L A, teacher. 
Rorphnro ^lanrice. Clothing, Gents' 
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, etc, 1139 J. 
Rose David, jeweler, 1730 Mariposa. 
Ross W O &, Co (of Visalia) Grain 
Warehouse, Frederick M Miller Agent, H 
NW cor Tulare. 
Rowe Wm F, fruits, 1253 K. 
RoweU Chester, physician, Mariposa cor K. 
Ruben R & Son (Robert and Paul R) whole- 
sale wines and liquors 1117 L 
Rupert George, saloon, 1925 Mariposa. 



Sears & Barrett (Win Sf:irs. 
rett) raisin shippers, 1009 1. 

Beaton l>aniel ITI, Lawyer N s Mari- 
posa W of J. 

SeUeck Edwin F, freight agent, Union Pa- 
cific Railway, 1922 Mariposa. 

Senter Miss Kate G. teacher. 

Seropian Bros (John M and George M) 
Wholesale and Retail Fruits and Confec- 
tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc, 1143 I. {See 
p. 211 ) 

Sharp k Gordon (Craigie Sharp Jr, Alexan- 
der Gordon) real estate and loans, 1113 I. 

Shelton Prof Harvey C, principal C street 
public school. 

Shepard J C, city engineer, City Hall. 

Shepard «fe Teilman (Jonathan C Shepard, 
Ingvart Teilman) civil engineers, 1745 
Mariposa. 

Sherwood Harry, mngr Fresno Milling Co, 

1358 Fresno. 
Shields k Moy (Wm Shields, Martin L Moy) 

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MANTELS, GRATES, TILES, 

Fire Place Furniture, Decorative Goods, Brass and 
Bronze, Wrought Steel Hotel Ranges, 
Complete Outfit for Kitchens. 

30g, 311, 313, 315, 317 Market St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Mikado Fruit and Kaisin Co, Wm Schmolz 

pres, fruit driers and canners. 
Millasich Vincent, barber, 930 Front. 
Miller Frederick: Ifl, Agent W G 

Eoss & Co, H NW cor Tulare. 
Miller Louis J, real estate, 1013 J. 
Miller Walter P, physician, 1145 J. 
Miller & Owen (Daniel Miller, Louis Owen) 

saloon, 1810 Mariposa. 
Minneapolis American Business and Loan 

Assn, N L Allen agent, 1013 J. 
Minnett Edward, livery, E s F bet Fresno 

and Mariposa. 
Mitchell Thomas W, saloon, 1245 K. 
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Morrio -rxuiaiiam, saioon, 1018 i. 
Morrison Rev A B (Methodist). 
Morrison Asa P, livery, Inyo SE cor J. 
Morrow Mrs Mary, propr Morrow House, 
1101 S K. 

Morse James D, hay and feed, Q NE cor Inyo 
Moseley Alfred, painter, 2111 Fresno. 
Miiller Matthew W, Real Estate, 
1050 S J. 

Nelson Thomas P, County Treasurer Court 
House. 

Newman Samuel G, general store 1744 Mari- 
posa. 

Noble & Fewel (Alexander Noble, Wm Fe- 

wel) saloon. • 
Nolan P F & Sons, Thaddeus McGowan mngr 

booti and shoes, 1818 Mariposa. 
North J W, grape grower. 
Nourse George A, grape grower. 
Nourse & Short (George A Nourse, 

Frank H Short) Lawyers, 1009 J. 
Oil till Jill Eug-ene W, Cashier First 

National Bank, Mariposa NE cor I. 



Obradovich Spiro, laundry, 610 J. 
Occidental Watch Co, George W Baxley 

mngr, 1050 S J. 
Ochenden Thomas, saw and shingle mills. 
Og-le House, Stephen Arthur Propr, 

opp Railroad Depot. {See p. 272.) 
Oliver Marion, saloon, 1126 1. 
Olmstead Zenas P, toys etc, 1713 Mariposa. 
Ontiveros Jesus, tomale mnfr, Fresno cor J. 
Pacific Fruit Co, fruit dryers and canners. 
Pacific Postal Tel. Cable Co, Horace B Davis 

mngr, 1842 Mariposa. 
Palmer layman I>, Mngr Daily and 

Weekly Expositor. 
Pancake & Conwell (Carrie B (.iJonwell, Jen- 
nie Pancake, Juliet Pancake) milliners 

and dressmakers, 1011 J. 
Papasian Jacob, tailor, 1738 Mariposa. 
Parsons Miss Agnes M, teacher. 
Pattis^on, Son Harvey (Isaac N 

and Edward A Pattison, Wm Harvey) Real 

Estate, 1055 I. 
Pearson Henry H, Mngr Hughes 

Hotel, Tulare, SW cor I. 



PorteoMS James, Propr Fresno A£ 
cultural Works, Tulare, SE cor L. {See 
270.) 

Prangner & Pield (Henry Prang^ 
ner, Wm A Field) Proprs Fresno Noveltj 
Iron Works, E s H S of Kern. 

Pratlier & Oardner (Wm J PratherJ 

Robert C Gardner) dentists, 1054 J. 
Prescott & Pierce (Frank K Prescott, Charle 

S Pierce) mngrs Valley Lumber Co, 

NW cor Mono. 
Pridham Miss Grace, art studio, 1131 I. 
Princi Dante R, city recorder. City Hall. 
Pritchard Thomas J, carpenter, 647 I. 
Pryor Wm H, cabinetmaker, Tulare E of L. 
Purkiss Mrs J, clothes cleaner, J. 
Quindy Albert 0, restaurant, 1324 K. 
Ralston Samuel, saloon, F nr Merced. 
Raulino & Imperataci (Manuel Raulino,| 

Jos Imperataci) barbers, 1723 Mariposa. 
Rawlins J S, wool grower. 
Rea & Burt (Thomas L Rea, T W Bui 

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Redden & Card well (Silas H Eedden, 
Thomas M Cardwell) wood and coal, 1924 
Merced. 

Reese J W, grape grower and fruit packer. 
Reid & Anderson (Samuel D Reid, W D 

Anderson) restaurant, 1719 Mariposa. 
Reid & Beaton (J T Reid, J R Beaton) milli- 
ners, 1047 J. 
Reily Joseph R, physician, 1133 J. 
Remsbitrg- Clarence W, Propr 

Fresno Marble Works, and Insurance, 

Fresno NE cor I. 
Repnljlicabii (Daily and Weekly) Short 

& Shanklin Publrs, Republican Bldg, J. 

{Seep. 273.) 
Rhodes H L, mngr W U Tel Co, 1043 J. 
Rhodes Johnson C, lawyer, 1113 I. 
Richey Wm S, dentist, 1809 Mariposa. 
Rickerts Bros (C and R Rickerts) cigars, 

1035 J. 

Rifenburg & Do we (Alonzo G Rifenburg, 
Duane W Dowe) photographers, 925 I. 

Riggs Charles F, lessee Riggs' Opera House, 
E s J south Tulare, and bill poster, Riggs 
& Co mngrs, office 1133 J. 

Riggs' Opera House orchestra, John W 
Baume, leader. 

Rig'g's Win T, Groceries, Fruit and 
Provisions, 1133 J. 

Eiggins & Rehorn (Emmett Riggins, Frank 
Rehorn) carpenters, 1726 Kern. 

Risley E'W, lawyer, 12 Temple Bar. 

Ritchie John, grape grower. 

Riverdale French Star Dairy. 

Roberts Miss Susan M, teaclier. 

Roberts William, grape grower. 

Robinson Miles, blacksmith, F nr Merced. 

Roderick John, restaurant, 1251 K. 

Rodgers E B, grape grower and wine mnfr. 

Roeding* Frederick, Propr Fancher 
Creek Nursery, 6 miles east. 

Roeding O C, Mngr Fancher Creek 
Nursery, 6 miles east. [Seep. 271.) 

Roemer & Kramer (Henry Roemer, Freder- 
ick Kramer) saloon, 1830 Mariposa. 

Rohrer Wm N, real estate, insurance and 
notary, 1151 J. 

Rojas & Sablan (Jose C Rojas, Mateo Sab- 
Ian) barbers, 1044 I. 

Root Miss L A, teacher. 

Rorpburo TWLawrice, Clothing, Gents' 
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, etc, 1139 J. 

Rose David, jeweler, 1730 Mariposa, 

Ross W O €o (of Visalia) Grain 
Warehouse, Frederick M Miller Agent, H 
NW cor Tulare. 

Rowe Wm F, fruits, 1253 K. 

Rowell Chester, physician, Mariposa cor K. 

Ruben R & Son (Robert and Paul R) whole- 
sale wines and liquors 1117 I. 

Rupert George, saloon, 1925 Mariposa. 



Ryan Jeremiali, Propr Arlington 

House, 803 J. [See p. 281.) 
Ryan John M, saloon, 1033 I. 
Ryan Thomas P, lawyer, 1009 J. 
Sachs & Heringhi (Armin Sachs, Louis Her- 

inghi) dry goods, Mariposa. 
Saier Mamert, jeweler, 1729 Mariposa. 
St Hubert J H, wine mnfr. 
San Joaquin Lumber Co, J Byxbee agent, 

Mariposa NW cor H. 
San Joaquin Valley Coal Mining Co., Ed- 

ward Kauntze agent, 1113 I. 
Sayle Claudius Cr, Notary Public, 

1054 J. 

Sayle & Coldwell (Claudius G Sayle, 
Nathaniel C Caldwell) Attorneys at Law, 
1054 J. 

Scandinavian Hotel, John T Field & Co, 

proprs, 634 H. 
Schack, Limbpkey & Stiner, fruit dryers and 

canners. 

Schamp Edward, agent S P Co, H bet Mari- 
posa and Tulare. 

Schenk & Co, bakers, 1738 Tulare. 

Schneider Frederick G, saloon, 944 Front. 

Schweizer Charles A, Saddle and 
Harnessmaker, 956 1. (See adv in Classi- 
fied, under Saddle and Harnessviakcrs. ) 

Scott Bros (Philip and Jay) saloon, 1913 Ma- 
riposa. 

Scott Burton T, grocer, 1034 S J. 

Scott, Cutten & Monlux (Andrew E D Scott, 
Charles W Cutten, Samuel Monlux) real 
estate, 1151 J. 

Scureton Alfred S, lawyer. 

Seadler James, architect, 1743 Tulare. 

Seamans & Craig (Andrew J Seamans, Bruce 
B Craig) barbers, 1141 J. 

Sears & Barrett (Wm Sears, James R Bar- 
rett) raisin shippers, 1009 I. 

Seaton l>aniel Lawyer N s Mari- 
posa W of J. 

Selleck Edwin F, freight agent, Union Pa- 
cific Railway, 1922 Mariposa. 

Senter Miss Kate G. teacher. 

Seropian Mros (John M and George M) 
Wholesale and Retail Fruits an<l Confec- 
tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc, 1143 L {See 
p. 277 ) 

Sharp & Gordon (Craigie Shar]) Jr, Alexan- 
der Gordon) real estate and loans, 1113 I. 

Shelton Prof Harvey C, priacipal C street 
public school. 

Shepard J C, city engineer, City Hall. 

Shepard & Teilman (Jonathan C Shepard, 
Ingvart Teilman) civil engineers, 1745 
Marii)osa. 

Sherwood Harry, mngr Fresno Milling Co, 

1358 Fresno. 
Shields & Moy ( Wni Shields, Martin L Moy) 

livery, 1134 J. 



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Short Frank H, notary public, 1009 J. 
Sliort & Slismklin (John W Short, 

James W Shanklin) Publrs Daily and 

Weekly Republican, Republican Bldg, J. 

[Seep. 273.) 
Simonds James, furniture, 2123 Merced. 
Sinclair Hugh, shoemaker, 1146 I. 
Sledge Miss Sallie, teacher. 
Sledge Miss Winnie, teacher. 
Smerdel J P & Co, (John P Smerdel, John 

Cozulo) fruits, 1924 Mariposa. 
Smith A D, sec Board of Trade. 
Smith D C, music teacher. 
Sinitli Oeorg-e A, Groceries and Pro- 
visions, Poultry and Eggs a specialty, 

1213 and 1215 K. {See p. 279.) 
Smith J B, grape grower. 
Smith N N & Bro (Newton N and Charles 

T) painters, 2123 Fresno. 
Smith Ulysses G, restaurant, 11351. 
Smith Urian, dentist, 1812 Mariposa. 
Smith & McCardle, saw and shingle mills. 
Snow & Son (Harvey W and Wade H Snow) 

real estate, 939 J. 
Soiitli British F and m Ins Co 

of ]\ Z, C W Remsburg Agt, Fresno NE . 

cor I. 

South & Fentem (Miss Arethusa E South 
and Miss Sarah J Fentem) books, 1909 Ma- 
riposa. 

Sponogle Francis M, physician, cor Mariposa 
and K. 

Sprague & Braly (Joseph W. Sprague, 
Thomas A Braly) assayers, S s Tulare E 
of J. 

Steele Rev C (M E South). 

Stender & Lloyd (Hermann Stender and Wm 

S Lloyd) photographers, 1822 Mariposa. 
Stephen Arthni*, Propr Ogle House. 

{See p. 272.) 
Stevens & Son, saw and shingle mills. 
Storey & Son,' dairy. 

Sti*a.uhe, Ityan & Co (Simon- N 
Straube, John E Ryan, G Munce Straube) 
Real Estate, 959 I. 

Stranhe Simon I¥, Propr Poplar 
Grove Breeding: Farm, nr Wild Flower, 14 
miles south, office 959 I, {See alv. opp.) 

Stutzman Wm S, barber, 1917 Mariposa. 

Subotich Andrew, confectioner, 1929 Mari- 



Suglian P & Co (Frank and Michael Suglian) 
restaurant, 940 Front. 

Summers Miss Clara D, teacher. 

Summers G M and J F (George M and John 
F) physicians, Mariposa, cor K. 

Xadloch Frank E Jr (Tadlock & 
Shepherd) Notary Public, Real Estate and 
Loan Agent, 1118 J. {See left side lines.) 

Tadlock & Shepherd (Frank E 
Tadlock Jr, Wm A Shepherd) Searchers 
of Records, Real Estate, Loan and Insur- 
ance Agents, 1118 J. {See Uft side lines.) 

Xag-gart Alexander I>, Real Es- 
tate and Employment Office, 1822 Mari- 
posa. 

Tateosian Mathew, shoemaker, 1733 Mari- 
posa. 

Taylor George R, dry goods, 1910 Mariposa. 
Taylor & Martin ( VVm A Taylor, Samuel 

Martin) cigars and billiards, 1042 I. 
Thayer Miss Rena, music teacher. 
Xhe Republican (Daily and Weekly) 

Short & Shanklin publrs. Republican 

Bldg, J {See p. 273. ) 
Thomas John, carpenter. 
Thomas & Manning (Wm R Thomas, Elisha 

A Manning) real estate, 1029 I. 
Thompson Lewis H, drugs, 1912 Mariposa. 
Thrasher Jacob P, blacksmith, G NE cor 

Kern. 

Tojnari Joseph, propr West Side Hotel, 
1434 F. 

Tombs Arthur, general store and propr 
Tombs Hotel, Merced NW cor J. 

Tombs Samuel B, sewer commissioner. ' 

Trees Mrs Hannah, milliner, 1044 S J. 

Tndge Thomas, Saloon, 654 H. 

Tupper Henry C, notary public, 1745 Mari- 
posa. 

Tupper Walter D, district attorney, 1745 
Mariposa. 

Tnpper & Tnpper (Walter D and 
Henry C) Lawyers, 1745 Mariposa. 

Tuttle John G, cigars, 1720 Mariposa. 

Union Ice Co, Duncan D Allison Agent, 
H SW cor Tulare. 

Union Pacific Railway E F Selleck freight 
agent, 1922 Mariposa. 

Vader Mrs M E, barber, 1039 J. 

Valley Lumber Co, Prescott & Pierce mngrs, 
lumber and building materials, lime, plas- 
ter and cement, and grain dealers, H NW 
cor Mono. 

Van Kenren Oeorg-e, Carriage 

Painter, Kern NW cor L. 
Vanderlip F D, capitalist, 1049 J. 
Vanmeter & Warlow (Edgar S Vanmeter, 

George L Warlow) lawyers,' 10 Temple Bar. 
Vartanian Avedis, baker, 1153 1. 
Vartanian Harry, pawnbroker, 1155 I. 
Vincent Frank 0, physician, 1131 I. 



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Vincent, Chittenden k Cole (Joseph P Vin- 
cent, Francis M Chittenden, Jacob A Cole) 
real estate, 1113 1. 

Walker Joseph, winery, 1318 K. 

Walker t.ester E, Freight and Pas- 

, senger Agent Atlantic & Pacitic P P, 
1050 J. 

Walrond Ernest A, Asst Cashier 
First ^National Bank, Mariposa XE cor I. 

Walters A & Co, wine ninirs. 

Warfmyer <t Haines, nursery. 

Warnekros Adolph U, sewing machines, 
gunp, etc., 1921 Mariposa. 

Warner Henry C, jeweler and stationer, 
1809 Mariposa. 

Waterman <t Woldenberg (James A Water- 
man, .Samuel Woldenberg) livery, 1128 I. 

Weaver John F, hardware, 1932 Mariposa. 

Webb Rev J W (Christian). 

Webb k Strother (James P Webb, Sidney 
L Strother) lawyers, 19 Temple Bar. 

Webster Miss Abbie C, teacher. 

Webster Bros (James A Webster) drugs 1933 
Mariposa. 

Weilheimer Aaron, harnessmaker 1026, I. 

Iff eimar Ernest J, Baker and Con- 
fectioner, W s J X of Mariposa. 

Wells, Fargo A: Co, A C Wightman 
Agent, 1727 Tulare. 

Western Union Tel Co, H L Ehodes mngr, 
1043 J. 

West Side Hotel, J Tojnari propr, 1434 F. 

White T C, grape grower. 

White & Cattom (Charles H White, 

Paul Catton) P^staurant, 1033 I. 
Wiedej' <fe Ellee ( Frederick W Wiedey, John 

A Klee) blacksmiths, 1306 K. 
Wieland John, agent The John Wieland 

Brewing Co, 662 G. 
Wiener Andrew J, general store, 1020-1024 1. 
Wightman JL C, Agent Wells, Fargo 

& Co, 1727 Tulare. 
Williams Alonzo C, county clerk, Court 

Bouse. 

Williams, Brown & Co, fruit packers, Ven- 
tura SE cor H. 

Williams Miss Cecelia A, teacher. 

Williams David H, propr Fresno Furniture 
Co, 95: I. 

Williams M L, stock raiser. 

Williams S H & Son (Sanmel H and James 
E) underttkers, 1148 J. 

Williams Wade J, meats, 1938 Mariposa. 

Williams Wm M, nursery, 3^ miles E, office 
Hughes Hotel. 

Williams Son (Richard and Wm 
P) Druggists, 1019 I. 

Wilson Greorge A, Real Estate, 
1045 J. 

Wilson Creorge R, Peal Estate and 
Insurance, Loans Negotiated. 



Wilson Miss Gertrude, teacher. 

Winch ell Eed E Co (L Frink 

Winchell) Merchant Tailors, 1155 J. 
Windemute Augustus A, blacksmith, 2022 

Inyo. 

AVinter Samuel H, furnishing goods, 1832 
Mariposa. 

Witham k Xourse (Frank F Witham, John 
C Xourse) grocers, 1815 Mariposa. 

Wolcott Oliver, lawyer and justice, 1922 
Mariposa. 

Wolters A Co (Anton Wolters) 
Wholesale and Retail Wines and Liquors, 
1049 I. 

Woodson John, meats, 858 I. 
Woodward Oscar J, Pres First 

National Bank, Mariposa NE cor 1. (.See 

p. 269.) 

Wright Harry E, mngr Great American Tea 
Importing Co, 1149 J. 

Wright Stuart S, law\-er, 1050 J. 

YanceT Milton V, Physician, 18 Brad- 
ley Blk. 

Yost Thomas, stationery and jewelry, 1948 

Mariposa. 

Young Men's Christian Assn, H A Detering 

sec, I nr Merced. 
Young Robert L, architect, 38 Temple Bar. 
Zago Anton, Baker, S s Inyo W of I. 
Zetz k Schoner (Samuel Zetz, Antonio Scho- 

ner) saloon, 1023 I. 



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ERES3fO CROSSi:\<5. Fresno 

county. Set Coar-'ie Gold Gulch. 

ERES:\'0 EI .ATS. A recently es- 
tablished postoffice in Fresno county, 45 
miles by mail stage route northeast of Ma- 
dera. Nearest exp. and tel. office, Raymond. 
Mail, tri- weekly. 
Bradford Wm, blacksmith. 
Downey J H, saloon. 
Larimore k Son, general store. 
Walker k McFadden, general store. 



EROII.II. A postoffice h mile from the 
S. P. R. R. in Santa Clara county, 10 miles 
south of San Jose, the county seat and tel. 
and exp. poiut. Nearest bank at Los Gates. 
Mail, daily. Charles C. Frohm, postmaster. 



ERl'11'VAI..E. A farmhouse post- 
office in Fresno county, and also known as 
Scandinavian colony, is situated 5 miles 
northeast of Fresno City, the county seat, 
tel., exp., banking and shipping jH)int. Prod- 
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Swanson Rev E (Presbyterian). 



FRUXO. The present western termi- 
nus of the West Coast & Mendocino R. R. 
(S. P. system) in Colusa county, 47 miles 
northwest of Colusa, the county seat, and 17 
west of Willows, the banking point. Prin- 
cipal product, wheat. Daily mail stage to 
Elk Creek, 7 miles west. Population, 25. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Bedford Thomas, raisin grower. 
Bitner E, agent W F & Co. 
Dascomb M, hotel. 
Julian H B, stock raiser. 
Seliom A W, General Store and P M. 



FUr.IL.ERTO]^. A prosperous town 
in Orange county on the Southern California 
R. R. , 3 miles north of Anaheim. It con- 
tains Presbyterian and Methodist churches 
and a public school. In the vicinity are 
the Fullerton oil wells. Principal shipments, 
oranges and walnuts. Population, 200. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Bank at 
Anaheim. Mail, daily. E. E. Beazley, 
postmaster. 

Amerige Bros (George H and Edward R) real 
estate and insurance. 

* Bea^zley E E, Postmaster. 

Blake J A, physician. 

Brunsvvick August G, meat market. 

Dierksen Henry, hotel. 

Eullerton Hardware Co (E E Bea- 
zley and R A Buchanan, Hardware and 
Farm Implements. 

Fullerton Oil Wells. 

Gunning David, contractor. 

J osselyn Bros (Charles and Clarence A) fruit 
canners. 

Kraemer Daniel J, livery 

Leidig George F, hotel 

Mullen J B, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co 
And S C R R 

Northam R J, warehouse. 

St George's Hotel, W M Walker, propr. 

Savage & Strobe, blacksmiths. 

Stern & Goodwin, dry goods, groceries. 

Strobuck Wm, druggist. 

Vortries J L, barber. 



Walker W M, propr St George's Hotel. 
Wells, Earg:o & Co, J B Mullen 
Agent. 



FIJETOrV. On Russian river, in So- 
noma county, on the S. F. & N. P. R. R., 5 
miles from Santa Rosa, the county seat and 
banking point. A branch road runs from 
here to Guerneville, 16 miles northwest. 
The village has 300 inhabitants, a Presby- 
terian church, and a good school. Princi- 
pal shipments grapes, hops, hay, wheat, 
corn and wool. Telephone connection with 
surrounding towns. Tel., W. U. Exp.^ 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. A. A. Jepson, 
postmaster. 

Armstrong J, carpenter. 

Baldwin John A, agent W F & Co, W U 

Tel Co and S F & N P R R. 
Barnes W P, grape grower. 
Butts D C, carpenter. 
Chaffee Jarvis, general store. 
*Dwinell C H. 
Estinhausen W, carpenter. 
Hanzel F, hop grower. 
Howe E A, carpenter. 

Jepson A A, General Store (Country 
Produce Taken in Exchange for Merchan- 
dise and the Highest Market Rates Al- 
lowed) and Postmaster. 

Meacham A, wool grower. 

Organ T F, blacksmith. 

Osborn J, photographer. 

Ross J L, saloon. 

Tarttar Fred, hotel. 

Wells, Eargo & Co, John A Bald- 
win Agent. 
Witchirch W, saloon. 
Woolsey E W & Son, wool growers. 
Wright A A, grape grower. 



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county. See Santa Fe Springs. 



EYFEE. A country postofiice in El 
Dorado county, on the semi-weekly mail 
stage route between Placerville, the county- 
seat, tel. , exp. , and banking point, and Paci- 
fic, 12 miles east of the former and 6 west of 
the latter. A saw-mill is operated 3 miles 
from here. Ships hay and potatoes. 
Blair J & J, lumber mnfrs. 
Taylor O Hotel and Postmaster. 



OAET. From its situation destined to 
be an important place, is situated in Sacra- 
mento county, on the S. P. R. R., at the 
point of junction of the Amador branch, 27 
miles south of Sacramento and 112 north- 
east of San Francisco. The town is in the 
midst of a very fertile country, producing 



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cereals in abundance, and is now also a large 
shipping point for live stock. It contains 
Catholic, Methodist, Congregational and 
Christian churches, a school with 2 teachers 
and 100 scholars, a weekly newspaper, the 
Gazette, and several fine business blocks. 
Nearest bank at Lodi. Population, 700. 
Stages, tri-weeklyto Elliott. Tel., W. U. 
Exp. , W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Don Ray, 
postmaster. 

Ames A T, blacksmith. 
Beckwith John W, harnessmaker. 
Brewster J. & Co (John Brewster, Solomon 

Kruger, W H Ferguson) general store. 
Brewster & Smith (G W Brewster and H R 

Smith) bakers. 
Brier Rev J W (Congregational). 
Brunk Rev A (Christian). 
*Clement C C, notary public, ins agt, and 

justice. 
Clement Mrs C C, teacher. 
Conner C E, physician, 
Crabtree George L, livery. 
Fifield J L, ins agt. 
Gait Lumber Co, S W Palin mngr. 
Gait Weekly Gazette, Meacham & Campbell 

proprs. 
Hunt Rev (Catholic). 

Her & Son (Joseph W and John) blacksmiths. 

Jenks G W, physician. 

Keller P H, saloon. 

Kohler John, barber. 

Laing Webster, wagonmaker. 

Latourette P H, hardware. 

Long Mrs M A, milliner. 

McKinstry James K, livery. 

McLaughlin C W, agent W F & Co, W U 
Tel Co, and S P Co. 

Meacham & Campbell (W H Meacham, J J 
Campbell) proprs Gait Weekly Gazette. 

Miles R A, saloon. 

Montague Alexander, physician. 

Nestell DDT, physician. 

Palin S W, mngr Gait Lumber Co. 

Palin Samuel W, poultry breeder. 

Pendergrast Rev J C (Methodist). 

Phelps Fred F, jeweler. 

Phillips J S, constable. 

Quiggle Charles, real estate. 

Quiggle John, saloon. 

Ray ]>oii. Postmaster. 

Ray Miss Georgie, prin Public Schools. 

Riley Thomas, constable. 

Simons Charles R, second-hand goods and 
justice of the peace. 

Smith I M & Co (I M Smith) real estate, 
notary public and insurance. 

Sparks M A, blacksmith. 

Thompson J G, shoemaker. 

Wells, Fa,i-go & Co, C W McLaugh- 
lin Agent. 



Whitaker & McLaughlin, hotel. 

Whitaker & Ray (A Whitaker, Don Tl 

Ray) General Store, Warehouse and Lum- 

ber. 

Wiser D M, feed mill, and propr Gait 

Waterworks. 
Wright, Need & Co (E E Wright, G W Q 

Need) general store. • 



OANS. A postoffice at a place some- 
times called Bald Hills, in Humboldt county, 
60 miles north of Eureka, the county seat, 
and 45 north of Areata, the nearest ship- 
ping, tel., exp. and banking point. Mail, 
weekly from Crick, 10 miles northwest, on 
the coast. Wool is the principal product. 
Anderson Lyons, postmaster. 
Brault M, wool grower. 
Buker Henry, wool grower. 
DeVault Peter, stock raiser. 
Hancorney T W, wool grower. 
Hancorney Warren, wool grower. 
Hixon J, stock raiser. 
Kane John, wool grower. 
Korne P, wool grower. 
*tiyoiis Aiiilersoii, Wool Grower and 

Postmaster. 
Lyons Jonathan, wool grower. 
Lyons Sherman, wool grower. 
Maddy A J, fruit grower. 
Moore Wm, stock raiser. 
Orcutt A L, stock raiser, 
Pitt Joseph H, wool grower. 



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on the south fork of Eel river, in Hum- 
boldt county, 80 miles southeast of Eureka, 
the county seat and bulking point, and 
27 east of Shelter Cove, its shipping point 
on the coast. It is situated in the midst of 
the pasture lands of the southeastern por- 
tion of the county, and will also eventually 
become a fruit center. Shipments, wool, 
beef, pork and fruits. Tel, and exp, at 
Hydesville, Mail, five times a week, Lem- 
uel Dahle, postmaster, 
Coady, Dahle & Bro, general store. 
Cornelius Wm, confectionery. 
Ferrien T M, saw mill. 
Frost C B, notary i)ublic. 
*€raml>le .IoIim V<, General Store 

and Insurance. 
McMillen John, hotel. 
Myers J E, justice of the peace. 
Nellis J (J, physician. 
Ray Mrs R A, hotel. 
Ray k Ren nick, wool growers. 
Swithenbank Joseph, wool grower. 
Turner <fe Turner, blacksmiths. 
Tuttle L C, wool grower. 
Wood P J «& Bro, wool grcnvors. 



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OARl>Eilf OROVE. A pleasant 
village in Orange county, 5 miles west of 
Santa Ana, the county seat, and 5 south- 
west of Anaheim, its shipping point, and 
nearest bank, exp. and tel. office. Church, 
Methodist. Population, 400. Shipments, 
fruit, corn, barley and alfalfa. Daily stages 
to Anaheim, fare 25 cts. Also to Westmin- 
ster, fare same. Mail, daily. David Web- 
ster, postmaster. 
Abbott W S, constable. 
*Becket W A. 
Bush B F, insui^ance agent. 
Chaffee A J, dairy and fruit dryer. 
Chaffee D B, fruit grower. 
Chaflfee J D, physician. 
Farrington W R, carpenter. 
Fogg J, carpenter, 
(rrigsby J K, barber. 
Head H W, physician. 
Hough Bros, fruit growers. 
Nelson John, general store. 
Powers T, plasterer. 
Seeman J, blacksmith. 
Smith S, mattressmaker. 
Sprowls Rev Silas (Methodist). 
Sturgess Mrs B, dressmaker. 
Sturgess J, painter. 
Ware E C-, fruit grower. 
Warner J, dentist. 

Webster ]>a.vicl. General Store, Jus- 
tice of the Peace and Postmaster. 
White J R, carpenter. 
Woodman Ira, apiarist. 



OARDEIV VAI.t.EV. Also called 
Johnstown, is located on Johnstown creek, 
in El Dorado county, 11 miles north of 
Placerville, the county seat and shipping 
point, to which there is daily stage; fare, 
^1.50. Population, 200. Products, gold, 
fruit, grain, hay and vegetables. Telephone, 
to Georgetown, the nearest exp. and 'tel. 
office, 4^ miles. Nearest bank, at Placer- 
ville. Mail, daily. Rinaldo Filipini, P. M. 
Bauhi Wm, dairy. 
Berte F, dairy. 
Davey George, stage propr. 
Esperanza G M Co. 

Filipini R & Co, General Store. 
Fox D W, fruit grower. 



Grover Bros, lumber mnfrs. 
Lammerman Jerry, shoemaker. 
Lone Jack G M Co. 
Maggini John, dairy. 
Newell W H, fruit grower. 
Williamson Benjamin, dairy. 



€r AREY. A recently established post- 
ofl&ce in Santa Barbara county, 80 miles 
northwest of Santa Barbara, the county seat, 
and 10 from Santa Maria, the nearest exp., 
tel. , banking and shipping point. Products, 
wheat, barley, corn and fruit. 
Bell Br;idfoi-d, General Store and P. M. 
Davis F M, constable. 
Garey L J, nursery. 
Garey Thomas A, land agent. 
Garey & Stewart, agricultural implements. 
Healy Mrs A C, hotel. 
Miller Miss Mary, teacher. 
Nees W, carpenter. 

Stewart John H, justice and insurance agt. 
Woon & Davis, blacksmiths. 



OARROXE. Tuolumne county. 

Groveland. 



OARVANZA. One of the suburban 
villages of Los Angeles, located in Los An- 
geles county, on the high ground overlooking 
the Arroyo Seco, on the S. C. R. R., 4| miles 
northeast of the city. Two lines of railroad 
connect with both Los Angeles and Pasa- 
dena, and this is about halfway between 
the two. It has Episcopal, Methodist and 
Holiness churches, good schools, and 350 in- 
habitants. Telephone service. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Tel., W. U. Mail, daily. J. D. 
Fyke, postmaster. 
Adams D M, lawyer, 

Barry R L, agent W F & Co, S P Co and 

W U Tel Co. 
Caseres F, carpenter. 
Clapp George, nursery. 
Cook A, shoemaker. 
Courtney L, florist. 

Crites J I, confectionery and blacksmith. 

Donnell J A, lawyer. 

Fellows Thomas, carpenter. 

Foster Mrs L M, dressmaker. 

Eyke J 1>, General Store and Postmaster. 

Gamble J, brick mnfr. 

Good L J, carpenter. 

Goode E, grocer. 

Haskins Rev T W (Episcopal). 

Hoskyn Rev E (Methodist). 

Johnston C S C & A C, grape growers and 

wine mnfrs. 
King P E, justice of the peace. 
McCarthy Thomas, dairy. 
McClure W F, civil engineer. 



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McCutchen H, constable. 

McCutchen Mrs M, restaurant. 

McGraw Miss M E, teacher. 

Mueller Charles, baker. 

Packard A G, florist. 

Prince F M, carpenter. 

Prince Frank, plumber. 

*Rogers Ralph, hotel. 

Scharlett & Ganahl, lumber. 

Shattuck E E, apiarist. 

Snyder Miss E M, teacher. 

Tarr Rev W C. 

Tuttle Wm, carpenter. 

Vangorden A G, teacher. 

Whaley W F, physician. 

Witherspoon J K, veterinary surgeon. 

Young F, saloon. 

Young Otto, barber. 



OAS I»OI3rT. In Shasta county, 17 
miles west of Cottonwood, the nearest ship- 
ping point, and 20 southwest of Redding, the 
county seat and bank location. Population, 
20.^ Shipments, grain, wool, live stock and 
fruit. Semi-weekly mail stage to Cotton- 
wood. Sarah A. Reagan, postmaster. 
Carpenter Lee, fruit grower. 
*Drew J S, stock raiser. 
Groom E, stock raiser. 
Grummons James, constable. 
Huelsman Harman, blacksmith. 
Kee Lee, general store. 
Leschinsky J, stock raiser. 
Maupin T H, wool grower. 
Mountfort E, veterinary surgeon. ■ 
Nelson P, stock raiser. 
Rader I N, wool grower. 
Rockhold H M, justice of the peace. 
Shuffleton H H, county supervisor. 
Shulz R, physician. 



GASQUET. Sometimes called Forks 
of Smith River, is in Del Norte county, 18 
miles northeast of Crescent City, the county 
seat, tel., exp. and shipping point, to which 
there is a daily stage. Mining is carried on 
in the hills, and some farming in the bottom 
lands. Mail, daily, Horace Gasquet, post- 
master. 

Burgett F, carpenter. 
Charron H, blacksmith. 
C« sin do 11 A, Asst Postmaster. 
* Oasqnet Horace, General Store and 
Hotel. 

Siskiyou Gold Mining Co, A Bowen mngr. 
Williams N B, carpenter. 



OAVIOTA. A landing on the coast 
in Santa Barbara county, 40 miles west of 
Santa Barbara, the county seat. The steam- 



ers of the P. C. S. S. Co. touch here, 
qui is the nearest postoffice. 
McNealy H E, general store and hotel. 
IPacific Coast Steamsliip Co, 

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OAZEILiI^E. Also known as Edsons, 
is located in Siskiyou county, and is a sta- 
tion on the S. P. R. R. 362 miles north of 
San Francisco, and 18 southeast of Yreka, the 
county seat and banking point. Stock, 
grain and hay are shipped. Tel., W. U, 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Daily mail stages to 
Callahan's Ranch, fare $2.50. H. C. Eddy, 
postmaster. 

Berry J L, agent W F & Co, W U Tel Co 

and S P Co. 
Denny A H & Co, general store and stage. 
Edson Bros, stock raisers. 
Edcly H C, Postmaster. 
Farrington S, blacksmith. 
Townsend Wm, wool grower. 
Webb C C, wool grower. 
Wells, Eargo & Co, J L Berry Agent. 



OE3fESEE. On Indian creek, in 
Plumas county, 20 miles northeast of Quincy, 
the county seat, 51 northwest of Chat, and 
91 northeast of Oroville, the two latter be- 
ing shipping stations. Founded in 1856 as 
a mining camp, it ship-i gold, hay, grain, 
fruit and vegetables. Nearest bank, at Reno, 
Nev. Telephone, to Taylorville, 6^ miles 
west; also stage, fare 50 eta. ; other stage 
fares, Crescent Mills %\, GreenviUe $1.50, 
Chat $9.50. Exp., W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. 
E. D. Hosselkes, postmaster. 
Flournoy H C, fruit grower. 
Genesee G M Co, Joseph Gruss supt. 
*Hossell£iis E I>, General Store, Agent 

W F & Co, and Postmaster. 



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GEOROETOW.^'. This prosperous 
mining town, dating as a settlement from 
1849, is located in El Porado county, 16 
miles north of Placerville, the county 
seat, and 18 west of Auburn, its slnpping 
and banking point. It contains 2 chureh'^s, 
a Catholic and Methodist; a school with 2 
teachers and 160 pupils; and a weekly news- 
paper, the Gazette. A 10-stamp quartz mill 
is operated by ditch-water jH)wer, and an- 
other is worked at the Taylor mine, 4 miles _ 
southwest of here. Shipments, fruit, luni- s-r'^ 
ber and gold dust. A depositc of chrome is 
in the vicinity. Stages, daily to Auburn, ^ 
fare $2.50; tri- weekly to I'iaocrville, S2. ^2- 
Population, 600. Exp., W. F. k (\^. Tel. 
at Auburn. Mail, daily. Beujarain F. Shep- 
herd, postmaster. 



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American Hotel, ^Irs E, Buridshuh propr. 
Barklage G H, general store. 
Blythe Thomas, carpenter. 
Bryant Mrs L, milliner. 
Bryant Lewis, county supervisor. 
Bundshuh Mrs B, propr American Hotel 
and livery. 

California Water and Mining Co, C M Fitz- 
gerald agent. 

Chessmore John C, constable. 

Covrigall J ohn W, teacher. 

Crawford Edison L, real estate, notary 
public and justice of the peace. 

Davis Benjamin I, agent W U Tel Co. 

Demuth Beuben, flour mill. 

Fitzgerald M, agent California Water and 
Mining Co. 

Forbes Jotham Jr, saloon. 

Foriii Carlo, saloon. 

FraQcis Alexander A, meat market, saloon 

and livery. 
Fredericks Charles W, barber. 
Georgetown Co-operative Store, C D Hotch- 

kiss mngr, general store. 
Georgetown Gazette, H W Hulbert propr. 
Grover Bros (Harry and Orin) lumber mnfrs. 
Handy George, lumber mnfr. 
Hickman AVm S, physician. 
Hitchcock W, dentist. 

Hotchkiss C D, mngr Georgetown Co-opera- 
tive store. 

Hulbert H W, propr Georgetown Gazette. 

Jackson Isaac P, general store. 

Jewett Daniel, general store. 

Le Boeuf Theophile, blacksmith. 

Martin Hurbert S, teacher. 

Miller Rev W E (Methodist). 

Noble Robert, lumber dealer. 

Orelli Agostino, saloon and livery. 

Orelli A & Son, undertakers. 

Parkhurst Wm E, constable. 

Pierce W H, saw mill. 

Scherrer John, boots and shoes. 

*Slieplierd Keiijsiiiiiii F, General 
Store and Postmaster. 

Sornberger Harmon, general store and agent 
W F & Co. 

Stephens Wm, saloon. 

Walk James, blacksmith. 

Wells, Karg-o & Co, Harmon Sorn- 
berger Agent. 



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OER]W[A]^XOWI\. A German set- 
tlement made in 1877, at a station on the 
S. P. R. R., in Colusa county, 38 miles north 
of Colusa, the county seat, and 158 north of 
San Francisco. Nearest bank, at Orland, 9 
miles north. The land in this vicinity is 
gravelly, but produces good wheat. There 
is here a district school, with 40 pupils, and 
2 church organizations, Lutheran and Meth- 
odist, but no church buildings. Population, 
150. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. and 
P. P. Mail, daily, Oscar C. Schulze, post- 
master. 

Beeck John, saloon. 

Bradford W C, wagonmaker. 

Breuss Claus H, saloon. 

Claussen Eggert, propr Union Hotel,. 

Duhr John, blacksmith. 

Epping-er & Co, General Store, Grain 
and Wool. 

Easliion Stal>le, H Holtorf Propr. 

Glunz Rev George (Lutheran), 

Hasenbalg Wm, physician. 

Henrich Karl, teacher. 

Holtorf He liry, Propr Fashion Stable. 

Koppe Andrew, hay and grain. 

Pohlman Henry, shoemaker. 

Rix Charles, barber. 

Robbins Charles W, brewery. 

*Sclnilze Oscar C, Notary Public, In- 
surance and Postmaster. 

Schuman Hans D, cigars and notions. 

Schwenk David, saddler and undertaker. 

Todt A F P, saloon. 

Todt Frederick, meat market. 

Trafton C J, agt S P Co, W U Tel Co. 

Wells, Ear go & ^^o., Eppinger & Co 
agents. 

Wright Rev F (Methodist). 



OERXRUHE. Sometimes called En- 
terprise, is a mining camp on Fresno river, 
in Fresno county, 68 miles north of Fresno, 
the county seat, and 19 northeast of Ray- 
mond, its shipping point, tel. and exp. office. 
It contains a quartz mill operated by water 
power. Population, 50. Grain, fruit and 
gold are shipped. Semi- weekly mail stage 
to Raymond. Albert Philp, postmaster. 
Cowan T J, stock raiser. 
Crooks W H, stock raiser. ^ 
Crooks & Grant, saw mill. 
Dolan T F, stock raiser. 
Enterprise G M Co, R G Coates supt. 
Hawke R, stock raiser. 



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Martin M, stock raiser. 

Metcalf M, stock raiser. 

*Mose Neils, stock raiser and asst P M. 

Oliver D, stock raiser. 

IPliilp Albert, General Store, Hotel 

and Postmaster. 
Pittman J H stock raiser. 
Heynolds S K, teacher. 
Taylor R, stock raiser. 



OEY^ER SPKINOS. In Sonoma 
county, on the border of Lake, 15 miles by 
stage east of Cloverdale, the nearest railroad 
point. It is the location of numerous springs 
and extensive deposits of sulphur, magnesia 
and other minerals. This is a famous resort 
for tourists, not only on account of the min- 
eral springs, but the pieturesque and grand 
scenery in the neighborhood. Greyserville or 
Cloverdale are the nearest mail offices. 



0I:YSS:RTI]:.I.E. The postoffice at 
Clairville, a station on the S. F. & N. P. R. 
R. in Sonoma county, 24 miles northwest of 
Santa Rosa, the county seat, and 74 north of 
San Francisco. It is on Russian river, which 
has good power here not utilized. Popula- 
tion, 150. Nearest bank at Healdsburg. 
Principal shipments, fruits and wine. Daily 
stage to Skaggs' Springs. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. C. B. Goodrich, 
postmaster. 

American Concentrated Must Co. 
Bauton A, fruit grower. 
Bennett J, fruit grower. 
Bosworth C M, grape grower. 
Burr Frank, grape grower. 
Cossle & Smith, fruit growers. 
Crocker H, grape grower and justice of the 
peace. 

Crowell A, general store. 

Dana M, carpenter. 

Daneri A, wine mnfr. 

Gater Bros, wine mnfrs. 

Geyserville Brass Band. 

Ooodricli C B, Hardware, and P M. 

Ooodrich. Ifirs C B, Dressmaker and 

Milliner. 
Griffith F V, fruit grower. 
Harlan J T, general store. 
Harris W F, carpenter. 

Jones H A, agent W F & Co, W XT Tel Co 

and S F & N P R R. 
Leigh A G, fruit grower. 
Leppo D, lumber dealer. 
McDonough M, grape grower. 
*Markley John, fruit grower. 
Merrill J P, stock raiser. 
Metzgar J C, fruit grower. 
Monico C, grape grower. 



Moore C P, grape grower. 

Morrill Mrs A, grape grower. 

Ormsby H, fruit grower. 

Perry E G, grape grower. 

Remmel Charles, fruit grower. 

Skaggs Mrs C W, hotel. 

Smith Thomas, grape grower. 

Stammer & Feldman, wine mnfrs. 

Stites A H, grape grower. 

Stites W A, painter. 

Strode Charles, grape grower. 

Strode S E, fruit grower. 

Sylvester D W, fruit grower. 

Teaby W H, blacksmith. 

Walden & Co, proprs Geyserville Distillery. 

Wells, Farg-o & Co, H A Jones Agt. 

Whitehead W H, carpenter. 

Woods J J, grape grower. 



OIBSON. A station on the S. P. R. R. , 

in Shasta county, 6 miles north of Hazel 
Creek, the nearest postoffice. 



OIBSOIWII.I.E. A mining village, 
founded in 1850, on Slate creek, in Sierra 
county, 25 miles north of Downieville, the 
county seat, 29 south of Quincy, and 70 
northeast of Marysville, the nearest shipping 
point. It has 250 inhabitants, devoted chief- 
ly to gold and silver mining. Nearest bank, 
at La Porte. Telephone to the latter place 
and Howland Flat. Stages with mail tri- 
weekly to Marysville; fare, ^10; Oroville, 
$8; weekly to Quincy, $3. Exp., W. F. <fe 
Co. J. C. Wolters, postmaster. 
Brassel Jacob, brewery and saloon. 
Bunker Hill Con G M Co, John K Walls sec. 
Canny & Carmichael, meat market. 
Corbett David, hotel. 
Feather Fork G M Co. 
Gould J S, saloon. 
Hersem A S, hotel (Onion Valley). 
Nevada Water & M Co, F A Gourley sec. 
Niagara Con G M Co, Miles Schotield sec. 
Spencer C R, livery. 
Union Con G M Co, Mathew Judge sec. 
Winchell G, justice and notary public. 
Wolters Bro, General Store. 



OII.:TIORC:. Located in Bear Valley, 
Colusa county, 30 miles southwest of 
Colusa, the county seat and banking point, 
and 20 west of Williams, its shipping, tel. 
and exp. point, to which stages run tri- 
weekly, fare $2. Grain, fruit, wool, stock 
and poultry are shipped. Mail, tri-weekly. 
^Oilmore O IV, Stock Raiser and Post- 
master, 
Northey G V, mining supt. 
Rathburn J P, mining supt. 



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OII^ROY. Is a city of about 2,000 in- 
habitants, and is picturesquely situated in 
the southern portion of Santa Clara county, 
one of the mqst celebrated dairying, agri- 
cultural and fruit-growing districts in Cali- 
fornia. It is on the Coast Division of the 
S. P. K. R. , being 30 miles south of San 
Jose, and 80 miles from San Francisco. 
Dating as a settlement from 1837, it was 
incorporated as a city in 1870. There are 
five churches, viz: Presbyterian, Christain, 
Catholic and two Methodists; one good 
public school, with an average daily attend- 
ance of 400 pupils; a theater, with a seating 
capacity of 700; a bank, with a capital of 
.^200,000; and two weekly newspapers, the 
Crescent and Advocate, and one daily paper, 
the Gazette. The assessed value of property 
is $716,605. The city is free from indebted- 
ness of any kind, owns its water- works, and 
is in a good financial condition. There is 
also a cannery which has gained quite a 
reputation for the excellence of its canned 
and dried fruits. Mails arrive from San 
Francisco twice a day. Climate is unsur- 
passed in the way of healthfulness, and crops 
are insured in this section when localities 15 to 
20 miles distant are suffering from drought. 
Stages leave on arrival of trains for sur- 
rounding towns. Exp., W. F. & Co. TeL, 
W. U. Mail, daily. Victor Bassignano, 
postmaster. 

Albertini Agostino, saloon. 

Alexander & Harris (William Alexander 

and Thomas Harris) grocers. 
Arismendis Joseph M, saloon 
Baillaige Augustine P, meat market 
Baldacci Salvadore, barber. 
Bank of Gilroy, capital $200,000, L A 

Whitehurst pres, Geo E Hersey cashier. 
Barker R saloon. 
Bartlett H D, Horse trainer. 
Bassignano Victor, postmaster. 
Bennett & Son (George E and Edmund J) 

meat market. 
Beresini Charles, saloon. 
Beresini Steve, saloon. 
Berry Rufus A, druggist. 
Ifila^ke F W, Propr Gilroy Advocate. 
Borgwardt H W, barber. 
Bowman Mrs M A, milliner. 



Brannan Wm, propr Gilroy and Merced 

Stage Line. 
Caldwell Charles E, dentist. 
Camboni Serafino & Co (Serafino Camboni 

and F Toyondi) saloon. 
Cantrowitz H & Bro (Heyman and Morris) 

dry goods and clothimg. 
Casey Michael, propr Gilroy Brewery. 
Central Milling Co, Holmes D Van Schaick 

supt. 

Chesbro H R, physician. 

Clavere Bros & Co (John and Joseph Clavere 
and John Guilhamet) proprs French Hotel. 

Cleveland L J, painter. 

Cligny Charles, dry goods and clothing. 

Commercia.! Insurance Co of* 
Cal, George E Hersey Agt. 

Conklin Ebenezer, carpenter and painter. 

Cope & Bonnel (Thomas Cope and B F Bon- 
ne!) hardware. 

Correll & Naegele (A N Correll and J 
Naegele) confectionery. 

Davison E A, dairy. 

Decarli & Corda (B Decarli and F Corda) 

saloon. 
Dexter A, dairy. 
Doan J, dairy. 

Dorland & Son (J J and R J) carpenters. 
Dougherty Thomas L, city marshal. 
Dunlap & Zuck (James C Zuck and George 

T Dunlap) lawyers and real estate. 
Einfalt Ro1>ert O, Editor and Propr 

Gilroy Crescent. 
Einfalt k Hoslinger (J M Einfalt and Volen- 

tine Hoslinger) boots and shoes. 
Ellis J H, dairy. 

Ellis & Eipper (A L Ellis, W T Eipper) hard- 
ware. 

Emlay Eli, harnessmaker. 

Emlay H M, agt S P Co. 

Engels John, saloon. 

Eschenberg R, dairy. 

Farmer E H, blacksmith. 

I'^itzg-eralcl Patrick, Livery, Feed 

and Sale Stable. 
Frutig Harry, jeweler. 
Furlong W N & Son, dairy. 
Galloway F B, carpenter. 
Gerig Joseph, propr William Tell House. 
Oilroy Advocate, F W Blake Propr 

and Editor. 
Gilroy and Merced Stage Line, Wm Bran" 

nan propr. 

Oilroy Crescent (Weekly, Dem) R G 

Einfalt Editor and Propr. 
Gilroy Fruit Packing Co, M Welburn pres, 

L A Whitehurst sec. 
Gilroy Gas Co, Thos Rea pres, G W Lynch 

sec, E A Hollaway supt. 
Gilroy Gazette, Wardell & Son proprs. 
Gilroy Hotel, Wm Tobin propr. 



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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. GUroy Hot SpQS 293 



Goodall C H, carpenter. 
Goodrich E C, teacher. 
Goodrich Joseph, fruit grower, 
Graef Rudolph, shoemaker. 
Grant John R, tailor. 

Haley Ba,rtlett R, Propr Reception 
Saloon. 

Hall W S, principal Public School. 

Haskins Ralph, junk. 

Hazard Wm, carpenter. 

Hecker Henry, grocer. 

Heraler John, shoemaker. 

Hersey George E, cashier Bank of Gilroy, 

a ad notary public. 
Herwig Conrad, shoemaker. 
Hicks E H, carriage painter. 
Hines Thomas, grocer. 
Hollaway Edgar, baker. 
Hollaway Wm, plow and cart factory. 
Holsclaw M T, dairy. 
Lassa Richard, saloon. 
Lawson Charles H, carpenter. 
Legler Simon, saloon. 
Lemmer Mathias, saloon. 
Lennon Matthew, grocer. 
Linqua Joseph, baker. 

Loupe & Donnelly (L Loupe, Peter Don- 
nelly) reai estate. 

McCartin Wm J & Co (W J McCartin) mer- 
chant tailors. 

Mcllroy James, livery. 

McKerron J A, stock raiser. 

McKinney Wm T, harnessmaker. 

McStay Sisters (Mary J, Catherine and An- 
nie) milliners and dressmakers. 

Maquinetti V, saloon. 

Mayock Bros (Henry T and Levi R) livery. 

Mayock S J, barber. 

Maze E R, dairy. 

Milias George, restaurant. 

Miller Henry, stock raiser. 

Moore Arthur R, photographer. 

Moore Samuel T, general store. 

Morey H C, physician. 

Morey & Rogers (H C Morey, F S Rogers) 

real estate. 
Music Hall Assn, John J Otto mngr. 
Niswander Jacob S, jeweler. 
O'Ryan J, dairy. 

Paine & Lynde (Wm A Paine, Edward E 

Lynda) saloon. 
Palmer Mrs J M, milliner and dressmaker. 
Parsons Mrs S L, milliner. 
Princevalle Giacomo, grocer. 
Pyle Wm R, agent W F & Co, city clerk 

and notary. 
Rea G E, dairy, 
Rea Samuel, dairy. 

Rea & Marra (John Rea, Frederick Marra) 

proprs Swiss Hotel, 
Reeve B W, dairy. 



Reeve George E, harnessmaker. 
Reither Jacob, grocer. 
Ricketts Mrs V S, dressmaker. 
Rivard Mrs H, propr Union Hotel. 
Robinson Amos, stoves, etc. 
Rohr Herman, saloon. 

Rohr John & Son (John and Edward) saloon. 

Sargent J P, stock raiser. 

Scliemel Julias Books and Sta- 
tionery and News Depot. 

Seaman George, propr Southern Pacific Hotel 

Shanklin J T, lawyer. 

Sile Joseph S, barber. 

Siple Louis, livery. 

Smith A, carpenter. 

Smith Frank, capitalist. 

Southern Pacific Hotel, George Seaman propr. 

Xe II 11 a lit .folin. H, Propr Williams 
Hotel. 

Thayer James W. physician. 
Thomas Massy, stock raiser. 
Thomas Wm G, barber. 
Tobin Wm, propr Gilroy Hotel. 
Tryon Ambrose B, furniture and undertaker, 
Tully P B, lawyer. 
Union Hotel, Mrs H Rivard propr. 
Vacca Joseph, wine mnfr and boarding house. 
Van Schaick Holmes D, supt Central Mill- 
ing Co. 

Wardell & Son (Benjamin A and Justus S) 

proprs Gilroy Gazette. 
Weaver & Wentz (C R Weaver, G A Wentz) 

druggists. 

Welburn, Powell & Whitehurst (0 M Wel- 
burn, J M Powell, W A Whitehurst) 
hardware. 

Weldon Charles P, shoemaker. 

Wells, Fargo & Co, W RPyle Agent. 

Wentz C, dairy. 

Whitehurst L A. pres Bank of Gilroy. 

Whitehurst & Hodges (Littleton A White- 
hurst, Pleasant C Hodges) lumber and 
planing mill. 

Whitney D S, blacksmith. 

Wilckens John, propr Railroad House. 

Willey Howard, justice of the peace and 
police judge. 

Willey Stanley, grocer. 

Williams i\.lbert, dairy 

Williams David, soda water mnfr. 

Williams Hotel, John H Tennaut 
propr. 

Willson H, live stock dealer. 

Winkler Gustave, harnessmaker. 

Wolfrom Adam, cigar mnfr. 

Wood L N, dry goods and ch>thing. 

Woods Charles L, tailor. 

Zuck James C (Dunlap «fe Zuck) dairy. 



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Fruit Growers' Supplies. 
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Alanufactorers of 
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MAHHIAS GRAY CO. 

Pacific Coast Agents for 

STEIN WAY PIANOS. 
206 POST STREET, 

San Francisco, California. 

mountain scenery in Santa Clara county, 42 
miles southeast of San Jose, the county seat, 
and 12 northeast of Gilroy, its shipping, tel., 
exp. and banking point. Population, 30 in 
winter, 200 in summer. Stages, to Gilroy 
daily in summer, tri-weekly in winter; fare, 
round trip |1.50. George E,oop, postmaster. 
*lloop & Sons, Proprs Hot Springs and 
Hotel. 



OIRARI>. A station on the S. P. R. 

R., in Kern county, 6 miles southeast of 
Keene, the nearest postoffice. 



Formerly called 
Centro, is a prosperous village in Los Ange- 
les county, 27 miles from Los Angeles, the 
county seat, and 2| miles from Azusa, the 
shipping, tel. and exp. point. Bank at Po- 
mona. Prodact, fruit. Mail, daily. Al- 
bert Hickok, postmaster. 
Brunjes & Barry, hotel. 
Dutcher W, saloon. 
Hamilton Rev Wade (M E South). 
Haskell E M, general store. 
Hickok x\lbert, general store and postmaster. 
SmitliL X A, Shoemaker. 



<jr¥..A]flIS. A discontinued postoffice 
and a station on the S. P. R. R. in San 
Diego county, 34 miles northwest of Yuma, 
Arizona, the nearest postoffice. 

GrlL.AZIER. A recently established 
postoffice in Siskiyou county, 30 miles east 
of Sisson, the nearest tel., exp. and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Bartle Bros, hotel. 

CJI^Ei^ EI^I^EI^. An enterprising 
village in the Sonoma valley, the present 
northern termious of the Sonoma Valley R. 
R. It is also a station on the S. P. B-. R. 
It is in Sonoma county, 15 miles southeast 
of. Santa Rosa, the county seat, 49 miles 
north of San Francisco, and 7 miles north of 
Sonoma, the nearest banking point. This is 
a favorite location for invalids, this part of' 
the valley being considered a most healthy 
and desirable climate. It would be a good 
location for a sanitarium. The State has 



purchased a large property here as a location 
for the State Institution for the Feeble 
Minded. Shipments, grapes, fruit, wine 
and grain. Population, 150. Telephone 
service. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Mail, daily. Mary E. Overton, Postmaster. 
Beatty George, meat market. 
Borman C 0, general store. 
Borman & Justi (Charles Borman, F A 

Justi) saloon. 
Box J A, grape grower. 
Chauvet Joshua, grape grower and wine 

mnfr. 

Coops Henry, saloon. 

Crowfoot Charles H, propr Glen Ellen 
Hotel. 

Drummond J H, grape grower and wine 
mnfr. 

Ephlin Bruce P, agent S P Co. 
Franck Fred, cooper. 
Gibson John A, grape grower. 
Glen Ellen Hotel, Charles H Crowfoot propr. 
Harrison Arthur, propr Mervyn Hotel. 
Hilton Wm H, grape grower. 
Justi Maria Mrs, grape grower. 
Kohler & Frohling (S K) wine mnfrs. 
La Motte A V, wine mnfr. 
McDonough John, agent W F & Co. 
Mervyn Hotel, Arthur Harrison propr. 
*Ovei*toii Iflary E, Postmaster. 
Poppe Charles A, general store. 
Schmidt Wm, blacksmith. 
Shaw James A, wine mnfr. 
Sobbe Wm, agent S V R R. 
Stewart Mrs E M, grape grower. 
Sullivan P J, blacksmith. 
Thompson W A, stock raiser 
grower. 

Wagner Julius, grape grower 
mnfr. 

Warfield Mrs K F, grape grower and wine 
mnfr. 

Wells, Earg-o & Co, John McDon- 
ough Agent. 

Williams Mrs Joseph, grape grower. 

Zane Joseph, justice of the peace and stock 
raiser. 



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OEEIVBROOK. A health resort in 
Lake county, 18 miles southeast of Lake- 
port, the county seat and banking point, and 
31 northwest of Calistoga, the preferable 
shipping point. Stages, tri-weekly through 
here between the above points, carrying the 
mail. Products, live stock, grain, fruit and 
vegetables. Population, 200. Wm Bassett, 
postmaster. 

*Bassett Wm, Painter -and Postmaster. 

Bigwood Job, blacksmith. 
Boggs H C, lumber mnfr. 
Caldwell T, stock raiser. 



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SAN FRANCISCO, 
and 108 Front St., 
PORTLAND, OR. 



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' on the I'aeitic €oa$>t. 
Transacts a general banking business 
Capital and Surplus, $i,75U,ooo. 



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i 1863. 



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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Glennville 295 



Helbourn John, lumber mnfr. 
Hoffman Joseph, stock raiser. 
Howard C L, fruit grower. 
Kearn G, fruit grower. 
King Daniel, dairy. 
Moser John, hotel. 
Sherwood B, lumber mnfrs. 
Yates L, fruit grower. 
Young H, meat market. 



OI^EI^BURN. A station on the 
S. P. R. E., in Kern county, 7 miles north- 
west of Sumner, the nearest mail office. 



Ot<ENCOE. A mining location in 
Calaveras county, 19 miles via daily mail 
stage route, northeast of San Andreas, the 
county seat, 23 from Valley Springs, the 
shipping point, and 10 northeast of Mokel- 
umne Hill, the location of tel. and exp. 
offices. Gold mines in the vicinity. Bank 
at Stockton. Population, about 60. 
*Biirt JT, Postmaster. 
Burt W H, general store. 



See Mason. 



Los Angeles county. 



OI.E]^1>ORA. At an altitude of 
1,000 feet above the sea level, is one of the 
prettiest towns in Southern California, and 
is located on the S. Cal. E. E., in Los An- 
geles county, 25 miles east of Los Angeles, 
the county seat. It contains 1,000 inhabit- 
ants, Methodist and Holiness churches, good 
schools, waterworks, and other requirements 
of a rapidly growing and prosperous place. 
Fruits of all kinds are extensively grown. 
Monrovia, Pasadena or Los Angeles are con- 
venient banking points. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Mail, daily. Henry S Sook, 
postmaster. 

Bender John, fruit grower. 
Bradley B, livery. 
Brown Arthur, jeweler. 
Bumgardner D M, barber. 
Burt M & Co, meat market. 
Chesbro T H, meat market. 
Cook J ohn W, fruit grower. 
Cullen W B, fruit grower. 
Daily John, agricultural implements. 
Eden Phillip, teacher. 
Engelhardt A E, druggist. 
Engelhardt Bros, groceries and drugs. 
Engelhardt H D, fruit grower. 
Ficket J, carpenter. 
Frampton A E, fruit grower. 
Franklin & Jeffrey, general store 
Fuller Mrs W B, hotel. 



nursery. 



Germain W H, harnessmaker and 
Glendora Land Co, real estate 
Holdridge Eev J W, holiness 
Hughes J W & Co, mine proprs. 
Hunt W H, grain dealer. 
Keiser Frank, painter. 
Keiser J W, watchmaker. 
McCarry [Vlrs M, teacher. 
McGloughlin Alexander, pla,sterer. 
Miller Henry, fruit grower. 
Miller J H, physician. 
Mills S J, fruit grower. 
Morris Eev J Walter, Methodist. 
Needham Charles, nursery. 
Needham John, physician. 
Pratt G B, agent W F & Co, S C E R and 

W U Tel Co. 
Eench & Swdtzer, blacksmiths. 
Eice Bros, livery. 
Eodgers J, fruit grower. 
Scott Edward, painter. 
Suavely J L, furniture. 
Sook H S, Boots and Shoes, Cigars, 

Justice of the Peace, and Postmaster. 
Suderman Charles, dairy. 
Villiard Mrs, hotel. 
Washabough George, insurance. 
Washabough Jacob, real estate. 
Washburn Rev L (Holiness). 
Wells, Earg-o & Co, G B Pratt Agent. 
West James, fruit grower. 
Whitcomb G D, fruit grower. 



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OEEIVNVIIiEE. A postoffice in 

Kern county, 38 miles by mail stage route 

northeast of Bakersfield, the county seat and 

tel., exp. and banking point. Population, 

150. Cattle raising is the principal industry 

in this section. Mail, tri-weekly. W. P. 

Wilkes, postmaster. 

Carver Alex, stock raiser. 

Connor Edward, stock raiser. 

*Davis James, clerk. 

Flippen Thomas, stock raiser. 

Fugitt Eev Wm (Chiistian). 

Gardette Peter, stock raiser. 

Hughes Hiram, stock raiser. 

Hughes Napoleon B, stock raiser. 

Jewell Eev F (Cliristian). 

Johnson Thomas, saloon. 

Lavers David, stock raiser. 

Lavers Thomas, stock raiser. 

McKamy Julian F, stock raiser. 

Maddux Rev 1) C (Presbyterian). 

Murrell James G, physician. 

Pascoe Rev J (I'resbyterian). 

Peyton W A, blacksmith. 

Richardson H, genera' store. 

Wilkes Thomas, stock raiser. 

Wilkes W Stock Raiser and Post- 
master^ 

Manufacturers and Dealers 



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FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH 

CARPETS, FURMTURE AND nPHOLSTERY. 

641 to 647 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Oi:.EMWOOI>. A station on the 
S. P. C. R. R., in Santa Cruz county, 14 
miles north of Santa Cruz, the county seat 
and banking point. Principal product, 
grapes. Telephone, to all surrounding 
points. Exp., W. F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
Mail, daily. C.